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Attempt to Build Artificial Muscles from Carbon Nanofibres in the Offing

An Indian origin scientist at the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, is attempting to build artificial muscles using carbon nanofibres . Artificial muscles change length in response to a stimulus, thereby creating a smoother, more human-like motion than jerky electric motors o...

'Intelligent' materials to revolutionize surgical implants

...delivery. The MNTC has developed systems to increase the production rate of nanofibres which has been previously prevented this technology from being adopted by i...ilities are designed to extend current electrospinning capabilities so that nanofibres can be reproduced in volume. Dr Robert Stevens, Head of the MNTC at STF...

QUT Scientists on the Way to Sifting Out a Cure for HIV

...for water treatment, as well as within the pharmaceutical and food industries. Another benefit of the technology is that the alumina and titania nanofibres are made from compounds produced in abundance in Australia. "It's literally home-grown technology," he said. "Titania is a compound found...

Nanotech Wipes for biohazard detection

...a.’ ‘Once fully developed, the biodegradable absorbent wipe would contain nanofibres containing antibodies to numerous biohazards and chemicals and would signal...another napkin to be sure it was no longer contaminated,’ she said. The nanofibres are made of polymer compounds prepared from corn. The platform of the nanof...
Nanofibres in Biological News

QUT scientists on the way to sifting out a cure for HIV

... for water treatment, as well as within the pharmaceutical and food industries. Another benefit of the technology is that the alumina and titania nanofibres are made from compounds produced in abundance in Australia. "It's literally home-grown technology," he said. "Titania is a compound found in...
Nanofibres in Biological Technology

Using nanotechnology to create high-performance materials

...nt euphoria, "composites with carbon nanotubes are still under development. One of the issues we are currently looking into is how to distribute these nanofibres evenly in the plastic at the molecular level." This is difficult because nanotubes tend to stick to one another and clump together. At present, this c...
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