Scientists have developed highly efficient bacteria- and virus-killing material that may someday be integrated into personal protective equipment (PPE) for further preventing the outbreak of emerging infectious diseases.
Export of Iran's nano-products to 17 countries was valued at $35 million in the year to March 19, announced the secretary for Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council affiliated to the Vice Presidency for Science and Technology, on Thursday.
Oil spills at sea, on the land and in your own kitchen could one day easily be mopped up with a new multipurpose fabric covered with semi-conducting nanostructures, developed by a team of researchers from QUT, CSIRO and RMIT.
A group of researchers from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill have devised a generalizable technique for making copper nanoparticles that are of a uniform size and dispersion on a polymeric thin film for the electrocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide.
Iranian researchers have designed a nanocomposite with a desirable mechanical and resistance properties, which can be used for different purposes, including construction of insulated parts in railroads.