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Global Nanoclays Market Analysis, Size, Growth, Trends And Segment Forecasts, 2015 To 2022: Grand View Research, Inc
GrandViewResearch.com has announced the addition of "Global Nanoclays Market Analysis And Segment Forecasts To 2020" Market Research report to their Database.
AIS Introduces Industry 4.0 Ready, Industrial Controls and Factory Automation HMI Touch-Panels, for Easy Visual, Control and Monitoring in Discrete and Process Automation Industries
AIS's M2M & Industry 4.0 HMI Panels for Industrial Control System (ICS), Manufacturing Execution System (MES), Integrated Manufacturing System and Machine Vision Systems Applications.
New devices have current on-off ratios of more than 3000.
Skyrmions on demand could enable ultra-dense memory.
Argonne scientists announce first room-temperature magnetic skyrmion bubbles: New ideas are bubbling up for more efficient computer memory
Researchers at UCLA and the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory announced today a new method for creating magnetic skyrmion bubbles at room temperature. The bubbles, a physics phen...
Iranian Vice-President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari announced that the country ranks 15th in the world in producing science and now stands 7th in nanotechnology.
Iranian researchers modeled and designed optical switches to take the place of electronic switches.
Industrial Nanotech, Inc. Announces Launch of Heat Shield(TM) EPX4 Thermal Insulation and Chemical Resistant Coating
Industrial Nanotech, Inc. (OTC-PINK INTK), a global leader in nanotechnology based energy saving solutions, today announced the official launch of its second generation Heat Shield EPX4 2-part water...
National MagLab achieves record high field of 27 Tesla in an all-superconducting magnet using Oxford Instruments 15 Tesla outsert system
Oxford Instruments is pleased to announce that its high field magnet system recently commissioned at the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee, Florida (National MagLab) has been used...
Aspen Aerogels, Inc. (NYSE: ASPN) ("Aspen Aerogels") today announced that it will provide a live webcast of its 2015 Annual Meeting of Stockholders. The 2015 Annual Meeting of Stockholders will begin...
Renishaw to present a paper and lead a workshop at this year's Microscience Microscopy Congress (MMC)
Renishaw, a world leader in metrology and spectroscopy technologies, announce their participation at MMC 2015, which takes place from 29th June to 2nd July 2015 at the Manchester Central Convention Co...
2nd International Conference on Infectious Diseases & Nanomedicine (December 15-18, 2015, Kathmandu, NEPAL)
The preparation of 2nd International Conference on Infectious Diseases and Nanomedicine-2015 (ICIDN-2015), scheduled to be held in Kathmandu, NEPAL from December 15-18, 2015 is in progress, despite...
Research focuses on materials and technologies based on exploiting the coupling of light with electronic charge oscillations, the so-called localized surface plasmon resonances, in metallic nanostruct...
Keystone Nano is pleased to announce the publication of a manuscript describing the preclinical development of the companys lead product, the Ceramide Nanoliposome (CNL). This product is designed to...
Pressure is a powerful thermodynamic variable that enables the structure, bonding and reactivity of matter to be altered. In materials science it has become an indispensable research tool in the quest...
Lehigh University researchers unveil engineering innovations at TechConnect 2015: TechConnect is the world's largest accelerator for industry-vetted emerging-technologies ready for commercialization
Lehigh University engineers, materials scientists and chemists will present their innovative breakthroughs to a national showcase of investors and industrial partners at the TechConnect 2015 World Inn...
The two-year project Svarnish left behind 18 months and continues successfully. The project will develop a varnish with antimicrobial, oxygen and water vapour barrier properties and improved physic m...
Toronto team makes first tuneable light-emitting diodes from colloidal cadmium selenide-sulphide alloyed nanoplatelets.
Physicists develop theoretical framework for measuring heat in tiny objects.
Somenath Mitra, distinguished professor of chemistry and environmental science, was awarded a patent last month for a next-generation water desalination and purification technology that uses uniquely absorbent carbon nanotubes to remove salt and pollutants from brackish water and industrial effluent for reuse by businesses and households. Mitras new carbon nanotube immobilized membrane (CNIM) is an energy-efficient device designed to filter higher concentrations of salt than is currently feasible through reverse osmosis, one of the standard industry processes. It is also used to remove pollutants such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs) chemicals routinely used in solvents from water. There is a huge and growing demand for potable water coming from developing nations that are modernizing their infrastructure to improve living conditions. At the same time, droughts caused by climate change are reducing supply in many regions of the world, including parts of the U.S., Mitra said. Our hope is to expand the supply of water in places that really need it, while also reducing costs for industry. Mitras distillation process runs on energy-efficient fuels such as waste heat, an industrial by-product, and solar energy. Membrane distillation is a water desalination process in which heated salt water passes through a tube-like membrane, called a hollow fiber, which allows only pure water vapor to permeate its walls. Potable water emerges from the net flux of water vapor which moves from the warm to the cool side of the membrane where it condenses. Certain industries such as semiconductor manufacturing and pharmaceutical processing also require ultra-pure water for their operations. Mitra, who has conducted research on carbon nanotubes for the past 15 years, created a novel architecture for the membrane distillation process by immobilizing carbon nanotubes, which are an atom thick and about 10,000 times smaller than a human hair in diameter, in the membrane pores. Ken Gethard, a former doctoral student who helped him develop it, is the co-inventor on the patent. One of the key characteristics of carbon nanotubes is their capacity to both rapidly absorb water vapor as well as industrial contaminants, including volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and then easily release them, he notes. In the case of fracking, the fresh water and chemicals that are pumped into the ground to release natural gas trapped beneath rocks absorb high concentrations of salt from the soil they pass through before returning as polluted water in need of treatment. Reverse osmosis, which relies on power-driven pump pressure to force water through a membrane, is not commonly used to treat this so-called produced water because it typically contains very high concentrations of salt, requiring extremely high pressure. The electric power industry, which uses a vast amount of water to cool its generators, is also eager to come up with more efficient processes to treat its wastewater, including the incorporation of waste heat. Our hope is to dramatically improve overall water and energy utilization, Mitra said. Source: NJIT News Room (http://www.njit.edu/news/2015/2015-149.php?utm_source=njit utm_medium=home utm_content=news utm_campaign=teaser)
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