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Nano research in DOE collections

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Research involving nanoscale dimensions enable development of innovative materials to help solve challenges in the world you live in. As an example, printing electronic circuitry on flexible and stretchable backplanes could revolutionize a number of industries, including smart devices. Berkeley Lab’s Javey Research Group has developed a carbon nanotube backplane that, in combination with inkjet printing of metal contacts,should allow cost-effective mass production of flexible and stretchable electronics. Read more about nanotechnology research results in DOE’s collections.

 

Kathleen Chambers, OSTI Staff

Related Topics: Lawrence Berkeley, nano

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Travel through DOE databases; find emerging nanotechnology devices

by Kathy Chambers 16 Jul, 2012 in Technology
Items coated in nanomolecular materials in blue-green, yellow, orange, red, and purple.

In the world of nanomanufacturing, new materials, devices, components and products are emerging at a breathtaking rate. Next-generation nanocoatings are being developed to enhance wear resistance of industrial materials.  An infrared retina that includes adaptive sensors has been patented. Self-cleaning skin-like prosthetic polymer surfaces have been developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL). ORNL is also well on its way to creating nano catalysts for diesel engine emission remediation.  The sonification of x-ray scattering data is explored at Brookhaven National Laboratory.  A...

Related Topics: Brookhaven, databases, nano, ORNL

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