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Scientists create magnetic system transforming heat into motion

A team of scientists have found a new way to transform ambient heat into motion in nanoscale devices – a discovery which could open up new possibilities for data storage, sensors, nanomotors and ... more

RS Components introduces high-reliability and low-power vacuum tube technology delivering excellent sound reproduction

RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), the global distributor for engineers, has announced availability of a new miniaturised and high-performance vacuum tube ... more

Nanostructured monoclinic zirconia from Innovnano provides high quality, long-lasting refractories

Innovnano (www.innovnano-materials.com), an expert manufacturer of high performance ceramic powders, has developed nanostructured monoclinic zirconia with enhanced properties for use as a sintering ... more

Intertec launches breakthrough nanotechnology antistatic coating for hazardous area enclosures

The field equipment protection specialist Intertec has launched a revolutionary advance in antistatic surface coating treatment for its GRP (glassfibre reinforced polyester) outdoor enclosures. ... more

Intertec launches breakthrough nanotechnology antistatic coating for hazardous area enclosures

World’s largest mirror telescope relies on nanometer accuracy inductive sensors from Micro-Epsilon

The field equipment protection specialist Intertec has launched a revolutionary advance in antistatic surface coating treatment for its GRP (glassfibre reinforced polyester) outdoor enclosures. ... more
The European Southern Observatory based in Garching, Germany, is relying on high precision displacement measurement systems from Micro-Epsilon for a project to build the world’s largest mirror ... more

Getting real with nanotubes

Tsukuba, Japan, Sept 6, 2016 - (ACN Newswire) - Carbon nanotubes show potential, but also many challenges, for the manufacture of flexible, wearable electronics, according to a research review in ... more

Seeing viruses in a new light with nanoholes

Nanohole fibers made of quartz glass permit nondestructive detection of viruses – Collaborative development by Heraeus, Harvard University, Leiden University and the IPHT in Jena more

 
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