Home > News > NASA scientist says nanotechnology advances will make things cheaper
February 25th, 2005
NASA scientist says nanotechnology advances will make things cheaper
A senior scientist from the NASA center for nanotechnology said Thursday that technological breakthroughs within the field would eventually make everyday things more accessible and cheaper.
Center director Meyya Meyyappan lectured to about 40 people in Nedderman Hall on the advancements in nanotechnology research as part of Engineers Week.
Imaging electric charge propagating along microbial nanowires October 20th, 2014
Superconducting circuits, simplified: New circuit design could unlock the power of experimental superconducting computer chips October 18th, 2014
Nanocoatings Market By Product Is Expected To Reach USD 8.17 Billion By 2020: Grand View Research, Inc. October 15th, 2014
Perpetuus Carbon Group Receives Independent Verification of its Production Capacity for Graphenes at 140 Tonnes per Annum: Perpetuus Becomes the First Manufacturer in the Sector to Allow Third Party Audit October 7th, 2014
RF Heating of Magnetic Nanoparticles Improves the Thawing of Cryopreserved Biomaterials October 23rd, 2014
Mechanism behind nature's sparkles revealed October 22nd, 2014
TARA Biosystems and Harris & Harris Group Form Company to Improve Safety and Efficacy of New Therapies October 22nd, 2014
Researchers patent a nanofluid that improves heat conductivity October 22nd, 2014