Home > News > Laptop to aircraft: FSU innovation gains international attention
August 27th, 2007
Laptop to aircraft: FSU innovation gains international attention
A new material showing promise in applications ranging from lightning strike protection and electromagnetic-interference shielding to next-generation aircraft and computer displays, is bringing international attention to its Florida State University developers.
Researchers with FSU's High-Performance Materials Institute recently were recognized for their work with engineered carbon nanotube and nanofiber buckypapers.
Captured on video: DNA nanotubes build a bridge between 2 molecular posts: Research may lead to new lines of direct communication with cells January 9th, 2017
Nano-chimneys can cool circuits: Rice University scientists calculate tweaks to graphene would form phonon-friendly cones January 4th, 2017
WPI researchers build liquid biopsy chip that detects metastatic cancer cells in blood December 15th, 2016
Infrared instrumentation leader secures exclusive use of Vantablack coating December 5th, 2016
National Space Society Congratulates SpaceX on the Falcon 9's Return to Flight January 19th, 2017
Eric Berger Wins the National Space Society's 2017 Space Pioneer Award for Mass Media January 19th, 2017
Nanometrics to Announce Fourth Quarter and Full Year Financial Results on February 7, 2017 January 19th, 2017
'5-D protein fingerprinting' could give insights into Alzheimer's, Parkinson's January 19th, 2017