He added: "The nanotube
, in this case, is like a very bright needle in a very large haystack.
The team, based at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), modified a simple microfluidic channel with an array of vertically aligned carbon nanotubes
rolled lattices of atoms like tiny tubes of chicken wire.
The small nanotube
addition improves the craft's ability to meet mission objectives.
In this new study, Chiara Zurzolo of the Institut Pasteur in Paris and her colleagues show how prion-infected immune cells, which can circulate in the blood from gut to brain, can form nanotube
connections to brain cells.
According to Fuhrer, his new findings indicate nanotubes
could fill that role.
has begun large-scale production of a material called carbon nanotubes
(CNTs) in its new pilot factory located in Akishima City, Tokyo.
The light-emitting carbon nanotubes
represent the first electrically controlled single-molecule light emitter ever constructed.
For one thing, it's very expensive to take carbon and create nanotubes
Such 'beyond silicon' nanotube
electronics may then lead to unimagined progress in computing miniaturization and power.
So if we join individual nanotubes
together, end-to-end, we can form different kinds of nanotube
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian researchers from the University of Mazandaran studied the performance of boron nitride nanotubes
in the presence of vitamins through a computational method.
The armchair quantum wire-a macroscopic cable of well-aligned metallic nanotubes
-was envisioned by the late Richard Smalley, a Rice chemist who shared the Nobel Prize for his part in discovering the the family of molecules that includes the carbon nanotube