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Researchers from the Martin Research Group at the University of Michigan have demonstrated they can precisely release individual drugs and bioactive molecules at desired points in time by using electrical stimulation of nanotubes.
Feb 23rd, 2006
FePt nanoparticles containing a near-equal atomic percentage of iron and platinum are an important class of artificial nanostructured magnetic nanomaterials. They range in size from 2 to 20 nm in diameter and their magnetic properties change drastically with their size.
Feb 23rd, 2006
Researchers at the Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) succeeded in fabricating a fascinating ZnO nanosheet structure.
Feb 22nd, 2006
Researchers at Jilin University in the PR of China explained to Nanowerk how they developed a simple, large-scale and low-cost route to synthesize IFs.
Feb 21st, 2006
A novel micro-reactor approach for fabricating self-organzed, photosensitive gold-peapodded silica nanowires has been developed by a group of researchers in Taiwan.
Feb 20th, 2006
Properties of recently discovered photonic nanojets make them an ideal tool for detecting, differentiating and sorting nanoparticles, researchers at Northwestern University told Nanowerk.
Feb 17th, 2006
A new fabrication technique involving an electrospray can create hemispherical nanocomposite cups with diameters as small as 50 nm.
Feb 15th, 2006
Films of FePt nanocubes begin to overcome several of the obstacles associated with the development of magnetic data storage media based on self-oriented magnetic arrays of FePt nanoparticles.
Feb 14th, 2006