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A TECNALIA study reveals the loss of nanomaterials in surface treatments caused by water
Researchers at TECNALIA recently published a study in the prestigious science magazine, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, which reveals the emission of nanomaterials caused by water runoff on surfaces containing nanomaterials. (2012-09-19)
Shaking the nanomaterials out
Nano implies small -- and that's great for use in medical devices, beauty products and smartphones -- but it's also a problem. (2015-12-10)
NSF awards $1.2 million grant to Clemson professor for energy storage research
Clemson University physics professor Apparao Rao has received a $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation to explore the use of carbon nanomaterials for energy storage. (2012-09-20)
Small materials poised for big impact in construction
Bricks, blocks, and steel I-beams -- step aside. A new genre of construction materials, made from stuff barely 1/50,000th the width of a human hair, is about to debut in the building of homes, offices, bridges, and other structures. (2010-07-28)
Where do nanomaterials go in the body?
Tiny, engineered nanomaterials can already be found in many consumer products, and have been hailed as having widespread future uses in areas ranging from medicine to industrial processes. (2009-11-02)
Small materials poised for big impact in construction
Bricks, blocks, and steel I-beams -- step aside. A new genre of construction materials, made from stuff barely 1/50,000th the width of a human hair, is about to debut in the building of homes, offices, bridges, and other structures. (2010-11-03)
Nanomaterials in our environment
The manufacturing of nanomaterials has been steadily on the rise in the medical, industrial, and scientific fields. (2010-12-15)
EPA announces research strategy to study nanomaterials
The US Environmental Protection Agency today outlined a new research strategy to better understand how manufactured nanomaterials may harm human health and the environment. (2009-09-29)
PETA science consortium to present at Society for Risk Analysis Meeting
The PETA International Science Consortium, Ltd., will present at the annual meeting of the Society for Risk Analysis on a framework for optimizing nonanimal testing methods for nanomaterials. (2014-12-08)
Recombinant E. Coli As a biofactory for the biosynthesis of diverse nanomaterials
A metabolic research group at KAIST and Chung-Ang University in Korea has developed a recombinant E. coli strain that biosynthesizes 60 different nanomaterials covering 35 elements on the periodic table. (2018-05-22)
Nanotech protection
Writing in a forthcoming issue of the International Journal of Nanotechnology, Canadian engineers suggest that research is needed into the risks associated with the growing field of nanotechnology manufacture so that appropriate protective equipment can be developed urgently. (2009-10-13)
Nanoscale chemical sensors
New types of chemical sensors for environmental monitoring, food safety or security applications could be based on nanotechnology. (2004-08-23)
A golden thread through the labyrinth of nanomaterials
The LICARA guidelines are geared towards small and medium-sized enterprises from all branches of industry, and help weigh up the pros and cons of nanomaterials and make decisions on their use. (2014-12-11)
Small material, big impact
The European Commission's Joint Research Centre has just launched the first European repository of nanomaterials with a representative range of 25 different types of reference nanomaterials. (2011-02-14)
New solution for making 2-D nanomaterials
Two-dimensional (2-D) nanomaterials have been made by dissolving layered materials in liquids, according to new UCL-led research. (2016-11-21)
Federal toxics disclosure law could help inform public of nanotechnology risks
The Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies is releasing a first-time legal analysis that finds a key federal toxics reporting statute could be applied to production and commercialization of nanotechnology, providing the public with more information about these revolutionary -- yet still potentially risky -- technologies. (2008-02-26)
Nanomaterials poised for big impact in construction
Nanomaterials are poised for widespread use in the construction industry, where they can offer significant advantages for a variety of applications ranging from making more durable concrete to self-cleaning windows. (2010-07-28)
Wake Forest to host nanomedicine workshop
Wake Forest University's Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials will host a gathering of scientists, engineers and medical researchers at a workshop that will explore both the science and the emerging business of nanomaterials used in medicine. (2008-03-19)
USDA and NNI partner for Nanocellulose Commercialization Workshop
The National Nanotechnology Coordination Office is pleased to announce the National Nanotechnology Initiative's partnership with the US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service to host 'Cellulose Nanomaterials -- A Path Towards Commercialization.' (2014-05-16)
Rutgers-led innovation could spur faster, cheaper, nano-based manufacturing
Engineers at Rutgers University-New Brunswick and Oregon State University are developing a new method of processing nanomaterials that could lead to faster and cheaper manufacturing of flexible thin film devices -- from touch screens to window coatings, according to a new study. (2018-02-14)
Study: Nanotech processing 'greener' than oil refining
Using a method for assessing the premiums that companies pay for insurance, a team of scientists and insurance experts have concluded that the manufacturing processes for five, near-market nanomaterials -- including quantum dots, carbon nanotubes and buckyballs -- present fewer risks to the environment than some common industrial processes like oil refining. (2005-10-04)
Natural gas nanotech
Nanotechnology could revolutionize the natural gas industry across the whole lifecycle from extraction to pollution reduction or be an enormous missed opportunity, claim two industry experts writing in Inderscience's International Journal of Nanotechnology. (2007-10-30)
UTSA physics department receives $2.7 million to study nanomaterials
The University of Texas at San Antonio has received $2.7 million to study nanomaterials and their biomedical applications. (2009-09-10)
Scientists of SibFU have found a way to determine the toxicity of nanomaterials
Official website of the Russian Science Foundation reports that a group of scientists from Siberian Federal University and Krasnoyarsk Scientific Center of the SB RAS has developed a bioluminescent enzymatic test system for assessing the toxicity of carbon nanomaterials. (2017-11-02)
Graphene and other carbon nanomaterials can replace scarce metals
Scarce metals are found in a wide range of everyday objects around us. (2017-09-19)
Nanoparticle synthesis allows particle size and shape to be tailored to end applications
Nanomaterials are increasingly gaining the attention of not only the scientific community, but also the public due to their unique properties which endear them to new and exciting applications. (2005-11-29)
New method promises easier nanoscale manufacturing
Scientists at the University of Chicago and Argonne National Laboratory have discovered a new way to precisely pattern nanomaterials that could open a new path to the next generation of everyday electronic devices. (2017-07-27)
'Imploding' 3D printed nanomaterials in a shrinking gel
By 3d printing nanomaterials inside an 'imploding' hydrogel and shrinking them down to ten times their former size, researchers demonstrate a new method of nanofabrication that overcomes many of the previous' limitations, a new study reports. (2018-12-13)
Brown University scientists testing toxicity of nanomaterials
Nanomaterials can be found in everything from cosmetics to concrete to car bumpers. (2005-11-11)
PETA science group publishes a review on pulmonary effects of nanomaterials
A scientist from the PETA International Science Consortium Ltd. is the lead author of a review on pulmonary fibrosis that results from inhaling nanomaterials, which has been published in Archives of Toxicology. (2016-05-26)
Dust from industrial-scale processing of nanomaterials carries high explosion risk
With expanded production of nanomaterials fast approaching, scientists are reporting indications that dust generated during processing may explode more easily than dust from other common dust explosion hazards. (2012-02-15)
UTSA professors receive grant to create water-purifying nanomaterial
Heather Shipley, chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Burzik Professor in Engineering Design at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA), and Kelly Nash, associate professor of physics, have received a $65,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop a nanomaterial that can do the work of a water treatment plant. (2017-03-30)
Scientists propose non-animal tools for assessing the toxicity of nanomaterials
Washington -A workshop organized last year by the PETA International Science Consortium Ltd has resulted in an article published today in the journal Particle and Fibre Toxicology. (2016-04-25)
Nanotechnology: A brave new world requires bold new research approaches
To ensure nanotechnology is developed in a responsible manner, the National Science Foundation and EPA awarded $38 million to establish two Centers for the Environmental Implications of Nanotechnology. (2008-09-18)
Scientists create nanomaterials that reconfigure in response to biochemical signals
A newly published paper in Nature Chemistry details how a research team lead by scientists at the Advanced Science Research Center's Nanoscience Initiative are developing self-assembling electronic nanomaterials that can respond to biochemical signals for potential therapeutic use. (2018-04-30)
PETA Science Consortium experts to present at international nanotechnology workshop
Experts from the PETA International Science Consortium will present strategies for optimizing nonanimal testing methods at a workshop that will examine the strengths and limitations of current alternatives to using animals to assess nanotoxicity. (2014-09-12)
ASU leads new national research network to study impacts of nanomaterials
The Environmental Protection Agency is establishing a new national research network to assess the potential environmental impacts of the engineered nanomaterials that are increasingly used in consumer products. (2014-04-11)
Sediment dwelling creatures at risk from nanoparticles in common household products
The review, published today in the journal Environmental Chemistry, highlights the risks posed to aquatic organisms when nanoparticles 'transform' on contact with water and as they pass from water to sediment and then into sediment dwelling organisms. (2015-08-13)
Researchers create 'force field' for super materials
Researchers have developed a revolutionary method to intricately grow and protect some of the world's most exciting nanomaterials -- graphene and carbon nanotubes (CNT). (2019-05-09)
Summit examines vast applications of nanomedicine
SNM's Nanomedicine and Molecular Imaging Summit brings together academic, government and industry experts from across a spectrum of disciplines to explore a topic that may have great application for diagnosing and treating disease in the future. (2010-02-01)
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