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Boron nitride nanosheet exhibits super-absorbent properties
In the hope of limiting the disastrous environmental effects of massive oil spills, materials scientists from Drexel University and Deakin University, in Australia, have teamed up to manufacture and test a new material, called a boron nitride nanosheet, that can absorb up to 33 times its weight in o
New Initiative to Capture Critical Raw Materials from Waste Electronics
Each year around 9.9 million tonnes of waste electronic and electrical equipment (WEEE) is generated in the EU. WEEE is a rich potential source of recovered materials. Due to poor collection and recycling rates and processes that can only recover a small number of materials, many critical and valuab
Short wavelength thermal imaging camera for metal processing features image-merging
Micro-Epsilon has launched a new compact, robust (IP67) short wavelength infrared thermal imaging camera, which is specifically designed to measure the surface temperature of hot metals, as well as ceramics and graph
Transforming food waste into graphene and renewable hydrogen
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is leading a European collaborative project that aims to transform food waste into a sustainable source of significant economic added value - namely graphene and renewable hydrogen. The project titled ′PlasCarb’ will transform biogas generated by the ana
Graphene Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2014-2024
New research by Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Head of Consulting, IDTechEx shows that graphene markets will grow from around $20 million in 2014 to more than $390 million in 2024, at the material level. The market will be split across many application sectors; each attracting a different type of graphene
Shear mixing in common domestic blender mass manufactures graphene
Scientists at Trinity College Dublin claim to have cracked problem of producing graphene in large amounts using nothing more complex than a domestic blender.
Assessing the real opportunity for graphene in a fragmented market
Graphene has enormous commercial potential. Its growth however is being hampered by two factors. First is the fact that there is market confusion and uncertainty across the different types of graphene and different manufacturing processes. The second is that, in many cases, graphene is attempting to
Dedicated hardware for carbon fibre sintered parts
Graphite Additive Manufacturing announces that its specialist carbon fibre reinforced plastic material, printed using the sp
Metal finishing for 3D printing
Supplier of 3D printed parts produced in high performance materials, Graphite Additive Manufacturing, is partnering with ele
Imaging software adds automatic measurement and coating thickness evaluation
Olympus launches the latest version of its workflow-orientated materials science imaging software, Stream 1.9, which introduces dedicated functions to streamline specific tasks including automatic measurement and coating thickness evaluation.
3D printed part maker sponsors Bloodhound project
Graphite Additive Manufacturing (
UK National Graphene Institute set to open in Manchester
Science Minister David Willetts has visited the site of the National Graphene Institute (NGI) at The University of Manchester, which will be the UK's national centre for research into the material. Work has begun on the £61m facility, which will provide a centre for industry and university aca
Crucible designed for aluminium smelting and holding
The Molten Metal Systems business of Morgan Advanced Materials has further extended its acclaimed Syncarb Z2 crucible family with the introduction of a new crucible designed to provide longer service life and increased energy savings for the aluminium processing industry.
Carbon dot-supported silver nanoparticles solve problem of low cost polymer LEDs and solar cells
Considerable improvement in device performance of polymer-based optoelectronic devices is being reported by researchers from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea. The new plasmonic material, can be applied to both polymer light-emitting diodes (PLEDs) and polymer s
Slimmer batteries rely on graphene-based heat sink
Graphene, the material whose glittering array of electrical and thermal properties have attracted much brecent interest, could soon be helping Apple's iPhones and iPads pack more power. The company has filed a US patent application (2013/0136966) on a graphene-based heat sink for the lithium batter
Graphene: many different types are confusing the market
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Senior Technology Analyst, IDTechEx looks at the hard question that still remain about what comes next and how to grow revenues from graphene.
Paper, light and foldable, a means of generating electrically conducting structures
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces have created targeted conductive structures on paper using a method that is quite simple: with a conventional inkjet printer, they printed a catalyst on a sheet of paper and then heated it. The printed areas on the paper were thereby
Graphene aerogel looks set to become the world's lightest material
Graphene has scooped fourth place in the Great British Innovations Vote as scientists in China create a Graphene aerogel that looks set to claim the title of the world's lightest material. Coutts has been informing clients of the potential of super-material Graphene for some time, as part of its Fu
EU promises 2 billion Euro for graphene and neuroscience ICT projects
A centre for research on graphene, a material which has the potential to revolutionise numerous industries, ranging from healthcare to electronics, is to be created at the University of Cambridge. The University has been a hub for graphene engineering from the very start and now aims to make this "w
Diamond-like coatings service prolongs tool and component life
Surface engineering specialist, Tecvac, is advocating the application of Diamolith, a diamond-like carbon coating to improve the endurance and performance of critical engineering components. The Cambridge based company, part of the Wallwork Group, has introduced a service for the application of the
Nanoscale block copolymers designed to be impervious to deformation
A Rice University lab, in collaboration with researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and its Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies, have created nanoscale target materials, microscale ammunition and even the method for firing them.
Inorganic binder to harden and seal at high temperatures
Ceramabindtm 542 is a new high temperature inorganic binder system formulated by Aremco Products, used to harden and seal porous refractories and thermal spray coatings for high temperature applications to 1760C.
Research laboratory for graphene in electronics and energy uses
BASF and the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (MPI-P) have opened their joint research and development platform, the Carbon Materials Innovation Center (CMIC), today at BASF’s Ludwigshafen site.
School on production of manganese ferroalloys
Prof. Merete Tangstad is currently leading a research group at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway which focuses on research related to manganese ferroalloy production.
Nanotechnology alliance combines best properties of metals and polymers
A year on from signing an alliance with Morph Technologies to bring nanottechnology to the automotive market, DuPont Engineering Polymers has announced a long-term alliance with California-based PowerMetal Technologies to develop and commercialise MetaFuse nanocrystalline metal/polymer hybrid techno
ESI Group announces the release of ProCASTProCAST
ESI Group (ESIN FR0004110310) is pleased to announce the new release of ProCAST 2006, the leading finite element software package for foundry simulation. This new version brings additional new features in meshing, processing capabilities and numerous improvements in product performance.
Superdiamonds? Scientists discover superconductivity in diamond
Scientists working at the Russian Academy of Sciences and Los Alamos National Laboratory announced today the discovery of superconductivity at ultracold temperatures in cubic diamond. The discovery offers the potential for a new generation of diamond-based device applications and even suggests that
Brookhaven Lab scientist helps create a new form of the element carbon
A new phase of the element carbon, a superhard compressed graphite, has been identified by a research team that includes a scientist from the National Synchrotron Light Source at the U.S. Department of Energy
A better catalyst for ammonia production
Research by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
MINOS experiment sheds light on mystery of neutrino disappearance
An international collaboration of scientists at the Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory announced the first results of a new neutrino experiment. Sending a high-intensity beam of muon neutrinos from the lab
Researchers at APS make graphite hard as diamond
Science has yet to achieve the alchemist's dream of turning lead into gold. But a group of researchers using the Argonne's Advanced Photon Source (APS) may have found a way to turn ordinary soft lead into a new, super-hard material that 'looks' just like diamond.
Flying nanotubes are strong and hard
Diamonds are the hardest known substance. Carbon nanotubes are the strongest. Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory tried to combine the best of both worlds by creating a composite nanostructure. They wanted to grow tiny carbon tubes with tiny diamonds.
Energy Technology researchers solve energy and medical problems
Argonne's Energy Technology Division provides innovative materials and engineering solutions to national energy challenges that range from energy production and conservation to transportation. Researchers also find creative ways to re-use and extend the value of their discoveries.
Most precise measurement ever made of helium-6 charge radius
Researchers in Argonne's Physics Division teamed up to conduct the most precise measurement ever made of the charge radius, one aspect of the size, of the Borromean nucleus of helium-6.
Underground physics: Searching for neutrinos in deep places
A new physics experiment combines thousands of tons of steel plates, a powerful particle accelerator and 450 miles of solid rock to reveal the secrets of a particle that sometimes seems to barely exist.
ITC speeds up Graphite Electrode Production
Midlands, based Graphite Technologies plc, part of the Tokai Carbon Group, is currently using a 65,000 rpm air driven spindl
Silicon and graphite: a materials match made in battery heaven
Researchers at the Department of Energy
Sandia researchers seek ways to lower the cost of wind energy
As the popularity of wind energy rapidly grows worldwide, researchers at the Department of Energy
New PRESEAL Elastomers, Next generation EMI shielding
Premix Oy has released new PRESEAL Thermoplastic Elastomers for EMI shielding applications. These innovative products PRESEAL TPE 5020 and PRESEAL TPE 6080 have significantly improved mechanical and electrical properties. The new PRESEAL elastomers have also a further enhanced adhesion to even Polya
A less-costly fuel-cell design
To get around the problem of a nonexistent hydrogen infrastructure, a research firm examined reformer systems for fuel cells that produce hydrogen from gasoline. Directed Technologies Inc., Arlington, Va. (directedtechnologies.com), recently completed a multiyear study funded by the Dept. of Energy.
New manufacturing process enables larger production volumes
High-quality carbon nanotubes for a wide variety of applications can now be manufactured on an industrial scale at considerably lower costs than before. Bayer MaterialScience AG plans to market the nano-sized materials worldwide under the trade name Baytubes. The new process for manufacturing Baytub
New manufacturing process enables larger production volumes
In collaboration with Bayer MaterialScience, scientists from Bayer Technology Services have succeeded for the first time in producing high-quality carbon nanotubes on an industrial scale at considerably lower costs than before. They are considerably stronger than steel, enable electricity to travel
Building blocks of the future, Structure and properties of carbon nanostructures
The discovery in 1985 of fullerenes, tiny carbon balls of nanometer dimensions, ushered in a new era in international science. Only a few years later (1991) scientific interest also started to focus on so-called carbon nanotubes. The discovery of improved production methods (1996) has meanwhile turn
Resin expansion completed for DuPont Vespel parts
Staying ahead of increasing demand for DuPont Vespel parts, DuPont Engineering Polymers has expanded its polyimide resin production, providing a 50 percent increase of the resin required for production of direct-formed Vespel SP-1 and SP-21 polyimide parts.
New research into building better small machines
Do diamonds really last forever? That's the hope of University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers who are trying to solve the problems associated with building extremely small machines and having them withstand the test of time, wear and tear.
Virginia Tech researchers create nanoparticle as diagnostic, therapeutic agent; VCU researchers target brain tumor cells
Researchers working with a man-made, metal-filled nanoparticle are developing the material for use as a diagnostic and therapeutic agent that may boost the sensitivity of MRI techniques and improve the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors.
Ashland Casting Solutions adds MAGMASOFT, ProCAST and QuikCast software licenses
DUBLIN, Ohio, As an expansion to its Casting Design Service Center, Ashland Casting Solutions, a business group of Ashland Specialty Chemical, a division of Ashland Inc. (NYSE:ASH), has obtained licenses for MAGMA GmbH, MAGMASOFT software, and ESI-North America
Science magazine reports research of WSU/PNNL team
A team of experimental and theoretical researchers from Washington State University and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have observed that gold displays unexpected properties when it exists in extremely small particles. The current issue of Science magazine carries an article describing their
Groundbreaking marks Berkeley Lab's leap into Nano-Revolution
The term 'Molecular Foundry' suggests a place where objects are forged and new materials are molded. Like the foundries of the industrial revolution, this new concept, on a nanoscale, promises to revolutionize the way the world works. It began at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National
Carving new frontiers for ion-beam technology
An ion-beam system that simultaneously combines focused beams of electrons and positive ions promises to improve the versatility, efficiency, and economy of this important technology. The new system was developed by researchers at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, who
Boron nitride nanosheet exhibits super-absorbent properties
In the hope of limiting the disastrous environmental effects of massive oil spills, materials scientists from Drexel University and Deakin University, in Australia, have teamed up to manufacture and test a new material, called a boron nitride nanosheet, that can absorb up to 33 times its weight in o
New Initiative to Capture Critical Raw Materials from Waste Electronics
Each year around 9.9 million tonnes of waste electronic and electrical equipment (WEEE) is generated in the EU. WEEE is a rich potential source of recovered materials. Due to poor collection and recycling rates and processes that can only recover a small number of materials, many critical and valuab
Short wavelength thermal imaging camera for metal processing features image-merging
Micro-Epsilon has launched a new compact, robust (IP67) short wavelength infrared thermal imaging camera, which is specifically designed to measure the surface temperature of hot metals, as well as ceramics and graph
Transforming food waste into graphene and renewable hydrogen
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is leading a European collaborative project that aims to transform food waste into a sustainable source of significant economic added value - namely graphene and renewable hydrogen. The project titled ′PlasCarb’ will transform biogas generated by the ana
Graphene Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2014-2024
New research by Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Head of Consulting, IDTechEx shows that graphene markets will grow from around $20 million in 2014 to more than $390 million in 2024, at the material level. The market will be split across many application sectors; each attracting a different type of graphene
Shear mixing in common domestic blender mass manufactures graphene
Scientists at Trinity College Dublin claim to have cracked problem of producing graphene in large amounts using nothing more complex than a domestic blender.
Assessing the real opportunity for graphene in a fragmented market
Graphene has enormous commercial potential. Its growth however is being hampered by two factors. First is the fact that there is market confusion and uncertainty across the different types of graphene and different manufacturing processes. The second is that, in many cases, graphene is attempting to
Dedicated hardware for carbon fibre sintered parts
Graphite Additive Manufacturing announces that its specialist carbon fibre reinforced plastic material, printed using the sp
Metal finishing for 3D printing
Supplier of 3D printed parts produced in high performance materials, Graphite Additive Manufacturing, is partnering with ele
Imaging software adds automatic measurement and coating thickness evaluation
Olympus launches the latest version of its workflow-orientated materials science imaging software, Stream 1.9, which introduces dedicated functions to streamline specific tasks including automatic measurement and coating thickness evaluation.
3D printed part maker sponsors Bloodhound project
Graphite Additive Manufacturing (
UK National Graphene Institute set to open in Manchester
Science Minister David Willetts has visited the site of the National Graphene Institute (NGI) at The University of Manchester, which will be the UK's national centre for research into the material. Work has begun on the £61m facility, which will provide a centre for industry and university aca
Crucible designed for aluminium smelting and holding
The Molten Metal Systems business of Morgan Advanced Materials has further extended its acclaimed Syncarb Z2 crucible family with the introduction of a new crucible designed to provide longer service life and increased energy savings for the aluminium processing industry.
Carbon dot-supported silver nanoparticles solve problem of low cost polymer LEDs and solar cells
Considerable improvement in device performance of polymer-based optoelectronic devices is being reported by researchers from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea. The new plasmonic material, can be applied to both polymer light-emitting diodes (PLEDs) and polymer s
Slimmer batteries rely on graphene-based heat sink
Graphene, the material whose glittering array of electrical and thermal properties have attracted much brecent interest, could soon be helping Apple's iPhones and iPads pack more power. The company has filed a US patent application (2013/0136966) on a graphene-based heat sink for the lithium batter
Graphene: many different types are confusing the market
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Senior Technology Analyst, IDTechEx looks at the hard question that still remain about what comes next and how to grow revenues from graphene.
Paper, light and foldable, a means of generating electrically conducting structures
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces have created targeted conductive structures on paper using a method that is quite simple: with a conventional inkjet printer, they printed a catalyst on a sheet of paper and then heated it. The printed areas on the paper were thereby
Graphene aerogel looks set to become the world's lightest material
Graphene has scooped fourth place in the Great British Innovations Vote as scientists in China create a Graphene aerogel that looks set to claim the title of the world's lightest material. Coutts has been informing clients of the potential of super-material Graphene for some time, as part of its Fu
EU promises 2 billion Euro for graphene and neuroscience ICT projects
A centre for research on graphene, a material which has the potential to revolutionise numerous industries, ranging from healthcare to electronics, is to be created at the University of Cambridge. The University has been a hub for graphene engineering from the very start and now aims to make this "w
Diamond-like coatings service prolongs tool and component life
Surface engineering specialist, Tecvac, is advocating the application of Diamolith, a diamond-like carbon coating to improve the endurance and performance of critical engineering components. The Cambridge based company, part of the Wallwork Group, has introduced a service for the application of the
Nanoscale block copolymers designed to be impervious to deformation
A Rice University lab, in collaboration with researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and its Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies, have created nanoscale target materials, microscale ammunition and even the method for firing them.
Inorganic binder to harden and seal at high temperatures
Ceramabindtm 542 is a new high temperature inorganic binder system formulated by Aremco Products, used to harden and seal porous refractories and thermal spray coatings for high temperature applications to 1760C.
Research laboratory for graphene in electronics and energy uses
BASF and the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (MPI-P) have opened their joint research and development platform, the Carbon Materials Innovation Center (CMIC), today at BASF’s Ludwigshafen site.
School on production of manganese ferroalloys
Prof. Merete Tangstad is currently leading a research group at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway which focuses on research related to manganese ferroalloy production.
Nanotechnology alliance combines best properties of metals and polymers
A year on from signing an alliance with Morph Technologies to bring nanottechnology to the automotive market, DuPont Engineering Polymers has announced a long-term alliance with California-based PowerMetal Technologies to develop and commercialise MetaFuse nanocrystalline metal/polymer hybrid techno
ESI Group announces the release of ProCASTProCAST
ESI Group (ESIN FR0004110310) is pleased to announce the new release of ProCAST 2006, the leading finite element software package for foundry simulation. This new version brings additional new features in meshing, processing capabilities and numerous improvements in product performance.
Superdiamonds? Scientists discover superconductivity in diamond
Scientists working at the Russian Academy of Sciences and Los Alamos National Laboratory announced today the discovery of superconductivity at ultracold temperatures in cubic diamond. The discovery offers the potential for a new generation of diamond-based device applications and even suggests that
Brookhaven Lab scientist helps create a new form of the element carbon
A new phase of the element carbon, a superhard compressed graphite, has been identified by a research team that includes a scientist from the National Synchrotron Light Source at the U.S. Department of Energy
A better catalyst for ammonia production
Research by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
MINOS experiment sheds light on mystery of neutrino disappearance
An international collaboration of scientists at the Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory announced the first results of a new neutrino experiment. Sending a high-intensity beam of muon neutrinos from the lab
Researchers at APS make graphite hard as diamond
Science has yet to achieve the alchemist's dream of turning lead into gold. But a group of researchers using the Argonne's Advanced Photon Source (APS) may have found a way to turn ordinary soft lead into a new, super-hard material that 'looks' just like diamond.
Flying nanotubes are strong and hard
Diamonds are the hardest known substance. Carbon nanotubes are the strongest. Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory tried to combine the best of both worlds by creating a composite nanostructure. They wanted to grow tiny carbon tubes with tiny diamonds.
Energy Technology researchers solve energy and medical problems
Argonne's Energy Technology Division provides innovative materials and engineering solutions to national energy challenges that range from energy production and conservation to transportation. Researchers also find creative ways to re-use and extend the value of their discoveries.
Most precise measurement ever made of helium-6 charge radius
Researchers in Argonne's Physics Division teamed up to conduct the most precise measurement ever made of the charge radius, one aspect of the size, of the Borromean nucleus of helium-6.
Underground physics: Searching for neutrinos in deep places
A new physics experiment combines thousands of tons of steel plates, a powerful particle accelerator and 450 miles of solid rock to reveal the secrets of a particle that sometimes seems to barely exist.
ITC speeds up Graphite Electrode Production
Midlands, based Graphite Technologies plc, part of the Tokai Carbon Group, is currently using a 65,000 rpm air driven spindl
Silicon and graphite: a materials match made in battery heaven
Researchers at the Department of Energy
Sandia researchers seek ways to lower the cost of wind energy
As the popularity of wind energy rapidly grows worldwide, researchers at the Department of Energy
New PRESEAL Elastomers, Next generation EMI shielding
Premix Oy has released new PRESEAL Thermoplastic Elastomers for EMI shielding applications. These innovative products PRESEAL TPE 5020 and PRESEAL TPE 6080 have significantly improved mechanical and electrical properties. The new PRESEAL elastomers have also a further enhanced adhesion to even Polya
A less-costly fuel-cell design
To get around the problem of a nonexistent hydrogen infrastructure, a research firm examined reformer systems for fuel cells that produce hydrogen from gasoline. Directed Technologies Inc., Arlington, Va. (directedtechnologies.com), recently completed a multiyear study funded by the Dept. of Energy.
New manufacturing process enables larger production volumes
High-quality carbon nanotubes for a wide variety of applications can now be manufactured on an industrial scale at considerably lower costs than before. Bayer MaterialScience AG plans to market the nano-sized materials worldwide under the trade name Baytubes. The new process for manufacturing Baytub
New manufacturing process enables larger production volumes
In collaboration with Bayer MaterialScience, scientists from Bayer Technology Services have succeeded for the first time in producing high-quality carbon nanotubes on an industrial scale at considerably lower costs than before. They are considerably stronger than steel, enable electricity to travel
Building blocks of the future, Structure and properties of carbon nanostructures
The discovery in 1985 of fullerenes, tiny carbon balls of nanometer dimensions, ushered in a new era in international science. Only a few years later (1991) scientific interest also started to focus on so-called carbon nanotubes. The discovery of improved production methods (1996) has meanwhile turn
Resin expansion completed for DuPont Vespel parts
Staying ahead of increasing demand for DuPont Vespel parts, DuPont Engineering Polymers has expanded its polyimide resin production, providing a 50 percent increase of the resin required for production of direct-formed Vespel SP-1 and SP-21 polyimide parts.
New research into building better small machines
Do diamonds really last forever? That's the hope of University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers who are trying to solve the problems associated with building extremely small machines and having them withstand the test of time, wear and tear.
Virginia Tech researchers create nanoparticle as diagnostic, therapeutic agent; VCU researchers target brain tumor cells
Researchers working with a man-made, metal-filled nanoparticle are developing the material for use as a diagnostic and therapeutic agent that may boost the sensitivity of MRI techniques and improve the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors.
Ashland Casting Solutions adds MAGMASOFT, ProCAST and QuikCast software licenses
DUBLIN, Ohio, As an expansion to its Casting Design Service Center, Ashland Casting Solutions, a business group of Ashland Specialty Chemical, a division of Ashland Inc. (NYSE:ASH), has obtained licenses for MAGMA GmbH, MAGMASOFT software, and ESI-North America
Science magazine reports research of WSU/PNNL team
A team of experimental and theoretical researchers from Washington State University and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have observed that gold displays unexpected properties when it exists in extremely small particles. The current issue of Science magazine carries an article describing their
Groundbreaking marks Berkeley Lab's leap into Nano-Revolution
The term 'Molecular Foundry' suggests a place where objects are forged and new materials are molded. Like the foundries of the industrial revolution, this new concept, on a nanoscale, promises to revolutionize the way the world works. It began at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National
Carving new frontiers for ion-beam technology
An ion-beam system that simultaneously combines focused beams of electrons and positive ions promises to improve the versatility, efficiency, and economy of this important technology. The new system was developed by researchers at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, who
Boron nitride nanosheet exhibits super-absorbent properties
In the hope of limiting the disastrous environmental effects of massive oil spills, materials scientists from Drexel University and Deakin University, in Australia, have teamed up to manufacture and test a new material, called a boron nitride nanosheet, that can absorb up to 33 times its weight in o
New Initiative to Capture Critical Raw Materials from Waste Electronics
Each year around 9.9 million tonnes of waste electronic and electrical equipment (WEEE) is generated in the EU. WEEE is a rich potential source of recovered materials. Due to poor collection and recycling rates and processes that can only recover a small number of materials, many critical and valuab
Short wavelength thermal imaging camera for metal processing features image-merging
Micro-Epsilon has launched a new compact, robust (IP67) short wavelength infrared thermal imaging camera, which is specifically designed to measure the surface temperature of hot metals, as well as ceramics and graph
Transforming food waste into graphene and renewable hydrogen
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is leading a European collaborative project that aims to transform food waste into a sustainable source of significant economic added value - namely graphene and renewable hydrogen. The project titled ′PlasCarb’ will transform biogas generated by the ana
Graphene Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2014-2024
New research by Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Head of Consulting, IDTechEx shows that graphene markets will grow from around $20 million in 2014 to more than $390 million in 2024, at the material level. The market will be split across many application sectors; each attracting a different type of graphene
Shear mixing in common domestic blender mass manufactures graphene
Scientists at Trinity College Dublin claim to have cracked problem of producing graphene in large amounts using nothing more complex than a domestic blender.
Assessing the real opportunity for graphene in a fragmented market
Graphene has enormous commercial potential. Its growth however is being hampered by two factors. First is the fact that there is market confusion and uncertainty across the different types of graphene and different manufacturing processes. The second is that, in many cases, graphene is attempting to
Dedicated hardware for carbon fibre sintered parts
Graphite Additive Manufacturing announces that its specialist carbon fibre reinforced plastic material, printed using the sp
Metal finishing for 3D printing
Supplier of 3D printed parts produced in high performance materials, Graphite Additive Manufacturing, is partnering with ele
Imaging software adds automatic measurement and coating thickness evaluation
Olympus launches the latest version of its workflow-orientated materials science imaging software, Stream 1.9, which introduces dedicated functions to streamline specific tasks including automatic measurement and coating thickness evaluation.
3D printed part maker sponsors Bloodhound project
Graphite Additive Manufacturing (
UK National Graphene Institute set to open in Manchester
Science Minister David Willetts has visited the site of the National Graphene Institute (NGI) at The University of Manchester, which will be the UK's national centre for research into the material. Work has begun on the £61m facility, which will provide a centre for industry and university aca
Crucible designed for aluminium smelting and holding
The Molten Metal Systems business of Morgan Advanced Materials has further extended its acclaimed Syncarb Z2 crucible family with the introduction of a new crucible designed to provide longer service life and increased energy savings for the aluminium processing industry.
Carbon dot-supported silver nanoparticles solve problem of low cost polymer LEDs and solar cells
Considerable improvement in device performance of polymer-based optoelectronic devices is being reported by researchers from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea. The new plasmonic material, can be applied to both polymer light-emitting diodes (PLEDs) and polymer s
Slimmer batteries rely on graphene-based heat sink
Graphene, the material whose glittering array of electrical and thermal properties have attracted much brecent interest, could soon be helping Apple's iPhones and iPads pack more power. The company has filed a US patent application (2013/0136966) on a graphene-based heat sink for the lithium batter
Graphene: many different types are confusing the market
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Senior Technology Analyst, IDTechEx looks at the hard question that still remain about what comes next and how to grow revenues from graphene.
Paper, light and foldable, a means of generating electrically conducting structures
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces have created targeted conductive structures on paper using a method that is quite simple: with a conventional inkjet printer, they printed a catalyst on a sheet of paper and then heated it. The printed areas on the paper were thereby
Graphene aerogel looks set to become the world's lightest material
Graphene has scooped fourth place in the Great British Innovations Vote as scientists in China create a Graphene aerogel that looks set to claim the title of the world's lightest material. Coutts has been informing clients of the potential of super-material Graphene for some time, as part of its Fu
EU promises 2 billion Euro for graphene and neuroscience ICT projects
A centre for research on graphene, a material which has the potential to revolutionise numerous industries, ranging from healthcare to electronics, is to be created at the University of Cambridge. The University has been a hub for graphene engineering from the very start and now aims to make this "w
Diamond-like coatings service prolongs tool and component life
Surface engineering specialist, Tecvac, is advocating the application of Diamolith, a diamond-like carbon coating to improve the endurance and performance of critical engineering components. The Cambridge based company, part of the Wallwork Group, has introduced a service for the application of the
Nanoscale block copolymers designed to be impervious to deformation
A Rice University lab, in collaboration with researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and its Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies, have created nanoscale target materials, microscale ammunition and even the method for firing them.
Inorganic binder to harden and seal at high temperatures
Ceramabindtm 542 is a new high temperature inorganic binder system formulated by Aremco Products, used to harden and seal porous refractories and thermal spray coatings for high temperature applications to 1760C.
Research laboratory for graphene in electronics and energy uses
BASF and the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (MPI-P) have opened their joint research and development platform, the Carbon Materials Innovation Center (CMIC), today at BASF’s Ludwigshafen site.
School on production of manganese ferroalloys
Prof. Merete Tangstad is currently leading a research group at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway which focuses on research related to manganese ferroalloy production.
Nanotechnology alliance combines best properties of metals and polymers
A year on from signing an alliance with Morph Technologies to bring nanottechnology to the automotive market, DuPont Engineering Polymers has announced a long-term alliance with California-based PowerMetal Technologies to develop and commercialise MetaFuse nanocrystalline metal/polymer hybrid techno
ESI Group announces the release of ProCASTProCAST
ESI Group (ESIN FR0004110310) is pleased to announce the new release of ProCAST 2006, the leading finite element software package for foundry simulation. This new version brings additional new features in meshing, processing capabilities and numerous improvements in product performance.
Superdiamonds? Scientists discover superconductivity in diamond
Scientists working at the Russian Academy of Sciences and Los Alamos National Laboratory announced today the discovery of superconductivity at ultracold temperatures in cubic diamond. The discovery offers the potential for a new generation of diamond-based device applications and even suggests that
Brookhaven Lab scientist helps create a new form of the element carbon
A new phase of the element carbon, a superhard compressed graphite, has been identified by a research team that includes a scientist from the National Synchrotron Light Source at the U.S. Department of Energy
A better catalyst for ammonia production
Research by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
MINOS experiment sheds light on mystery of neutrino disappearance
An international collaboration of scientists at the Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory announced the first results of a new neutrino experiment. Sending a high-intensity beam of muon neutrinos from the lab
Researchers at APS make graphite hard as diamond
Science has yet to achieve the alchemist's dream of turning lead into gold. But a group of researchers using the Argonne's Advanced Photon Source (APS) may have found a way to turn ordinary soft lead into a new, super-hard material that 'looks' just like diamond.
Flying nanotubes are strong and hard
Diamonds are the hardest known substance. Carbon nanotubes are the strongest. Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory tried to combine the best of both worlds by creating a composite nanostructure. They wanted to grow tiny carbon tubes with tiny diamonds.
Energy Technology researchers solve energy and medical problems
Argonne's Energy Technology Division provides innovative materials and engineering solutions to national energy challenges that range from energy production and conservation to transportation. Researchers also find creative ways to re-use and extend the value of their discoveries.
Most precise measurement ever made of helium-6 charge radius
Researchers in Argonne's Physics Division teamed up to conduct the most precise measurement ever made of the charge radius, one aspect of the size, of the Borromean nucleus of helium-6.
Underground physics: Searching for neutrinos in deep places
A new physics experiment combines thousands of tons of steel plates, a powerful particle accelerator and 450 miles of solid rock to reveal the secrets of a particle that sometimes seems to barely exist.
ITC speeds up Graphite Electrode Production
Midlands, based Graphite Technologies plc, part of the Tokai Carbon Group, is currently using a 65,000 rpm air driven spindl
Silicon and graphite: a materials match made in battery heaven
Researchers at the Department of Energy
Sandia researchers seek ways to lower the cost of wind energy
As the popularity of wind energy rapidly grows worldwide, researchers at the Department of Energy
New PRESEAL Elastomers, Next generation EMI shielding
Premix Oy has released new PRESEAL Thermoplastic Elastomers for EMI shielding applications. These innovative products PRESEAL TPE 5020 and PRESEAL TPE 6080 have significantly improved mechanical and electrical properties. The new PRESEAL elastomers have also a further enhanced adhesion to even Polya
A less-costly fuel-cell design
To get around the problem of a nonexistent hydrogen infrastructure, a research firm examined reformer systems for fuel cells that produce hydrogen from gasoline. Directed Technologies Inc., Arlington, Va. (directedtechnologies.com), recently completed a multiyear study funded by the Dept. of Energy.
New manufacturing process enables larger production volumes
High-quality carbon nanotubes for a wide variety of applications can now be manufactured on an industrial scale at considerably lower costs than before. Bayer MaterialScience AG plans to market the nano-sized materials worldwide under the trade name Baytubes. The new process for manufacturing Baytub
New manufacturing process enables larger production volumes
In collaboration with Bayer MaterialScience, scientists from Bayer Technology Services have succeeded for the first time in producing high-quality carbon nanotubes on an industrial scale at considerably lower costs than before. They are considerably stronger than steel, enable electricity to travel
Building blocks of the future, Structure and properties of carbon nanostructures
The discovery in 1985 of fullerenes, tiny carbon balls of nanometer dimensions, ushered in a new era in international science. Only a few years later (1991) scientific interest also started to focus on so-called carbon nanotubes. The discovery of improved production methods (1996) has meanwhile turn
Resin expansion completed for DuPont Vespel parts
Staying ahead of increasing demand for DuPont Vespel parts, DuPont Engineering Polymers has expanded its polyimide resin production, providing a 50 percent increase of the resin required for production of direct-formed Vespel SP-1 and SP-21 polyimide parts.
New research into building better small machines
Do diamonds really last forever? That's the hope of University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers who are trying to solve the problems associated with building extremely small machines and having them withstand the test of time, wear and tear.
Virginia Tech researchers create nanoparticle as diagnostic, therapeutic agent; VCU researchers target brain tumor cells
Researchers working with a man-made, metal-filled nanoparticle are developing the material for use as a diagnostic and therapeutic agent that may boost the sensitivity of MRI techniques and improve the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors.
Ashland Casting Solutions adds MAGMASOFT, ProCAST and QuikCast software licenses
DUBLIN, Ohio, As an expansion to its Casting Design Service Center, Ashland Casting Solutions, a business group of Ashland Specialty Chemical, a division of Ashland Inc. (NYSE:ASH), has obtained licenses for MAGMA GmbH, MAGMASOFT software, and ESI-North America
Science magazine reports research of WSU/PNNL team
A team of experimental and theoretical researchers from Washington State University and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have observed that gold displays unexpected properties when it exists in extremely small particles. The current issue of Science magazine carries an article describing their
Groundbreaking marks Berkeley Lab's leap into Nano-Revolution
The term 'Molecular Foundry' suggests a place where objects are forged and new materials are molded. Like the foundries of the industrial revolution, this new concept, on a nanoscale, promises to revolutionize the way the world works. It began at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National
Carving new frontiers for ion-beam technology
An ion-beam system that simultaneously combines focused beams of electrons and positive ions promises to improve the versatility, efficiency, and economy of this important technology. The new system was developed by researchers at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, who
Boron nitride nanosheet exhibits super-absorbent properties
In the hope of limiting the disastrous environmental effects of massive oil spills, materials scientists from Drexel University and Deakin University, in Australia, have teamed up to manufacture and test a new material, called a boron nitride nanosheet, that can absorb up to 33 times its weight in o
New Initiative to Capture Critical Raw Materials from Waste Electronics
Each year around 9.9 million tonnes of waste electronic and electrical equipment (WEEE) is generated in the EU. WEEE is a rich potential source of recovered materials. Due to poor collection and recycling rates and processes that can only recover a small number of materials, many critical and valuab
Short wavelength thermal imaging camera for metal processing features image-merging
Micro-Epsilon has launched a new compact, robust (IP67) short wavelength infrared thermal imaging camera, which is specifically designed to measure the surface temperature of hot metals, as well as ceramics and graph
Transforming food waste into graphene and renewable hydrogen
The Centre for Process Innovation (CPI) is leading a European collaborative project that aims to transform food waste into a sustainable source of significant economic added value - namely graphene and renewable hydrogen. The project titled ′PlasCarb’ will transform biogas generated by the ana
Graphene Markets, Technologies and Opportunities 2014-2024
New research by Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Head of Consulting, IDTechEx shows that graphene markets will grow from around $20 million in 2014 to more than $390 million in 2024, at the material level. The market will be split across many application sectors; each attracting a different type of graphene
Shear mixing in common domestic blender mass manufactures graphene
Scientists at Trinity College Dublin claim to have cracked problem of producing graphene in large amounts using nothing more complex than a domestic blender.
Assessing the real opportunity for graphene in a fragmented market
Graphene has enormous commercial potential. Its growth however is being hampered by two factors. First is the fact that there is market confusion and uncertainty across the different types of graphene and different manufacturing processes. The second is that, in many cases, graphene is attempting to
Dedicated hardware for carbon fibre sintered parts
Graphite Additive Manufacturing announces that its specialist carbon fibre reinforced plastic material, printed using the sp
Metal finishing for 3D printing
Supplier of 3D printed parts produced in high performance materials, Graphite Additive Manufacturing, is partnering with ele
Imaging software adds automatic measurement and coating thickness evaluation
Olympus launches the latest version of its workflow-orientated materials science imaging software, Stream 1.9, which introduces dedicated functions to streamline specific tasks including automatic measurement and coating thickness evaluation.
3D printed part maker sponsors Bloodhound project
Graphite Additive Manufacturing (
UK National Graphene Institute set to open in Manchester
Science Minister David Willetts has visited the site of the National Graphene Institute (NGI) at The University of Manchester, which will be the UK's national centre for research into the material. Work has begun on the £61m facility, which will provide a centre for industry and university aca
Crucible designed for aluminium smelting and holding
The Molten Metal Systems business of Morgan Advanced Materials has further extended its acclaimed Syncarb Z2 crucible family with the introduction of a new crucible designed to provide longer service life and increased energy savings for the aluminium processing industry.
Carbon dot-supported silver nanoparticles solve problem of low cost polymer LEDs and solar cells
Considerable improvement in device performance of polymer-based optoelectronic devices is being reported by researchers from Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), South Korea. The new plasmonic material, can be applied to both polymer light-emitting diodes (PLEDs) and polymer s
Slimmer batteries rely on graphene-based heat sink
Graphene, the material whose glittering array of electrical and thermal properties have attracted much brecent interest, could soon be helping Apple's iPhones and iPads pack more power. The company has filed a US patent application (2013/0136966) on a graphene-based heat sink for the lithium batter
Graphene: many different types are confusing the market
Dr Khasha Ghaffarzadeh, Senior Technology Analyst, IDTechEx looks at the hard question that still remain about what comes next and how to grow revenues from graphene.
Paper, light and foldable, a means of generating electrically conducting structures
Researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces have created targeted conductive structures on paper using a method that is quite simple: with a conventional inkjet printer, they printed a catalyst on a sheet of paper and then heated it. The printed areas on the paper were thereby
Graphene aerogel looks set to become the world's lightest material
Graphene has scooped fourth place in the Great British Innovations Vote as scientists in China create a Graphene aerogel that looks set to claim the title of the world's lightest material. Coutts has been informing clients of the potential of super-material Graphene for some time, as part of its Fu
EU promises 2 billion Euro for graphene and neuroscience ICT projects
A centre for research on graphene, a material which has the potential to revolutionise numerous industries, ranging from healthcare to electronics, is to be created at the University of Cambridge. The University has been a hub for graphene engineering from the very start and now aims to make this "w
Diamond-like coatings service prolongs tool and component life
Surface engineering specialist, Tecvac, is advocating the application of Diamolith, a diamond-like carbon coating to improve the endurance and performance of critical engineering components. The Cambridge based company, part of the Wallwork Group, has introduced a service for the application of the
Nanoscale block copolymers designed to be impervious to deformation
A Rice University lab, in collaboration with researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and its Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies, have created nanoscale target materials, microscale ammunition and even the method for firing them.
Inorganic binder to harden and seal at high temperatures
Ceramabindtm 542 is a new high temperature inorganic binder system formulated by Aremco Products, used to harden and seal porous refractories and thermal spray coatings for high temperature applications to 1760C.
Research laboratory for graphene in electronics and energy uses
BASF and the Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research (MPI-P) have opened their joint research and development platform, the Carbon Materials Innovation Center (CMIC), today at BASF’s Ludwigshafen site.
School on production of manganese ferroalloys
Prof. Merete Tangstad is currently leading a research group at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway which focuses on research related to manganese ferroalloy production.
Nanotechnology alliance combines best properties of metals and polymers
A year on from signing an alliance with Morph Technologies to bring nanottechnology to the automotive market, DuPont Engineering Polymers has announced a long-term alliance with California-based PowerMetal Technologies to develop and commercialise MetaFuse nanocrystalline metal/polymer hybrid techno
ESI Group announces the release of ProCASTProCAST
ESI Group (ESIN FR0004110310) is pleased to announce the new release of ProCAST 2006, the leading finite element software package for foundry simulation. This new version brings additional new features in meshing, processing capabilities and numerous improvements in product performance.
Superdiamonds? Scientists discover superconductivity in diamond
Scientists working at the Russian Academy of Sciences and Los Alamos National Laboratory announced today the discovery of superconductivity at ultracold temperatures in cubic diamond. The discovery offers the potential for a new generation of diamond-based device applications and even suggests that
Brookhaven Lab scientist helps create a new form of the element carbon
A new phase of the element carbon, a superhard compressed graphite, has been identified by a research team that includes a scientist from the National Synchrotron Light Source at the U.S. Department of Energy
A better catalyst for ammonia production
Research by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
MINOS experiment sheds light on mystery of neutrino disappearance
An international collaboration of scientists at the Department of Energy's Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory announced the first results of a new neutrino experiment. Sending a high-intensity beam of muon neutrinos from the lab
Researchers at APS make graphite hard as diamond
Science has yet to achieve the alchemist's dream of turning lead into gold. But a group of researchers using the Argonne's Advanced Photon Source (APS) may have found a way to turn ordinary soft lead into a new, super-hard material that 'looks' just like diamond.
Flying nanotubes are strong and hard
Diamonds are the hardest known substance. Carbon nanotubes are the strongest. Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory tried to combine the best of both worlds by creating a composite nanostructure. They wanted to grow tiny carbon tubes with tiny diamonds.
Energy Technology researchers solve energy and medical problems
Argonne's Energy Technology Division provides innovative materials and engineering solutions to national energy challenges that range from energy production and conservation to transportation. Researchers also find creative ways to re-use and extend the value of their discoveries.
Most precise measurement ever made of helium-6 charge radius
Researchers in Argonne's Physics Division teamed up to conduct the most precise measurement ever made of the charge radius, one aspect of the size, of the Borromean nucleus of helium-6.
Underground physics: Searching for neutrinos in deep places
A new physics experiment combines thousands of tons of steel plates, a powerful particle accelerator and 450 miles of solid rock to reveal the secrets of a particle that sometimes seems to barely exist.
ITC speeds up Graphite Electrode Production
Midlands, based Graphite Technologies plc, part of the Tokai Carbon Group, is currently using a 65,000 rpm air driven spindl
Silicon and graphite: a materials match made in battery heaven
Researchers at the Department of Energy
Sandia researchers seek ways to lower the cost of wind energy
As the popularity of wind energy rapidly grows worldwide, researchers at the Department of Energy
New PRESEAL Elastomers, Next generation EMI shielding
Premix Oy has released new PRESEAL Thermoplastic Elastomers for EMI shielding applications. These innovative products PRESEAL TPE 5020 and PRESEAL TPE 6080 have significantly improved mechanical and electrical properties. The new PRESEAL elastomers have also a further enhanced adhesion to even Polya
A less-costly fuel-cell design
To get around the problem of a nonexistent hydrogen infrastructure, a research firm examined reformer systems for fuel cells that produce hydrogen from gasoline. Directed Technologies Inc., Arlington, Va. (directedtechnologies.com), recently completed a multiyear study funded by the Dept. of Energy.
New manufacturing process enables larger production volumes
High-quality carbon nanotubes for a wide variety of applications can now be manufactured on an industrial scale at considerably lower costs than before. Bayer MaterialScience AG plans to market the nano-sized materials worldwide under the trade name Baytubes. The new process for manufacturing Baytub
New manufacturing process enables larger production volumes
In collaboration with Bayer MaterialScience, scientists from Bayer Technology Services have succeeded for the first time in producing high-quality carbon nanotubes on an industrial scale at considerably lower costs than before. They are considerably stronger than steel, enable electricity to travel
Building blocks of the future, Structure and properties of carbon nanostructures
The discovery in 1985 of fullerenes, tiny carbon balls of nanometer dimensions, ushered in a new era in international science. Only a few years later (1991) scientific interest also started to focus on so-called carbon nanotubes. The discovery of improved production methods (1996) has meanwhile turn
Resin expansion completed for DuPont Vespel parts
Staying ahead of increasing demand for DuPont Vespel parts, DuPont Engineering Polymers has expanded its polyimide resin production, providing a 50 percent increase of the resin required for production of direct-formed Vespel SP-1 and SP-21 polyimide parts.
New research into building better small machines
Do diamonds really last forever? That's the hope of University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers who are trying to solve the problems associated with building extremely small machines and having them withstand the test of time, wear and tear.
Virginia Tech researchers create nanoparticle as diagnostic, therapeutic agent; VCU researchers target brain tumor cells
Researchers working with a man-made, metal-filled nanoparticle are developing the material for use as a diagnostic and therapeutic agent that may boost the sensitivity of MRI techniques and improve the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors.
Ashland Casting Solutions adds MAGMASOFT, ProCAST and QuikCast software licenses
DUBLIN, Ohio, As an expansion to its Casting Design Service Center, Ashland Casting Solutions, a business group of Ashland Specialty Chemical, a division of Ashland Inc. (NYSE:ASH), has obtained licenses for MAGMA GmbH, MAGMASOFT software, and ESI-North America
Science magazine reports research of WSU/PNNL team
A team of experimental and theoretical researchers from Washington State University and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have observed that gold displays unexpected properties when it exists in extremely small particles. The current issue of Science magazine carries an article describing their
Groundbreaking marks Berkeley Lab's leap into Nano-Revolution
The term 'Molecular Foundry' suggests a place where objects are forged and new materials are molded. Like the foundries of the industrial revolution, this new concept, on a nanoscale, promises to revolutionize the way the world works. It began at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National
Carving new frontiers for ion-beam technology
An ion-beam system that simultaneously combines focused beams of electrons and positive ions promises to improve the versatility, efficiency, and economy of this important technology. The new system was developed by researchers at the Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, who
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