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Wyatt Technology Europe GmbH, Germany

Wyatt Technology is a leading manufacturer and provider of instruments for the separation and comprehensive characterization of macromolecules. The Wyatt toolkit for macromolecular characterization offers complete solutions for the analysis of proteins, polymers and particles with respect to molar m more

Sympatec GmbH, Germany

Sympatec develops, manufactures, sells, services and supports an innovative range of best instruments for particle size and shape analysis in laboratory and process for customers worldwide. With continuous innovations in the technological fields of laser diffraction, dynamic image analysis, ultraso more

NARA Machinery Co., Ltd., Germany

NARA company offers special machines and devices for material creation and optimization of particle quality, e.g. in the pharmaceutical and chemical industry. The main product range includes dryers, milling and powder design (well-aimed modification of particle surface) more

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Screening of biopharmaceuticals and proteins with high-throughput dynamic light scattering (DLS)

Revolutionize your performance by transforming your conventional, batch dynamic light scattering system into the stable, automated DynaPro Plate Reader more

News Nanoparticles

  • Hot electrons send CO2 back to the future

    Atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) is a major driver of global warming, but this gas could also serve as a valuable resource. Researchers at KAUST have developed an efficient catalyst that uses light energy to convert CO2 and hydrogen into methane (CH4). This counteracts the release of CO2 when methan more

  • On the line: Watching nanoparticles get in shape

    Liquid structures - liquid droplets that maintain a specific shape - are useful for a variety of applications, from food processing to cosmetics, medicine, and even petroleum extraction, but researchers have yet to tap into these exciting new materials' full potential because not much is known about more

  • Producing more sustainable hydrogen with composite polymer dots

    Hydrogen for energy use can be extracted in an environmentally friendly way from water and sunlight, using photocatalytic composite polymer nanoparticles developed by researchers at Uppsala University. In laboratory tests, these "polymer dots" showed promising performance and stability alike. How we more

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Videos Nanoparticles

Researchers create a tiny laser using nanoparticles - Aalto University Research

Researchers at Aalto University, Finland, are the first to develop a plasmonic nanolaser that operates at visible light frequencies and uses so-called dark lattice modes. more

Screening of biopharmaceuticals and proteins with high-throughput dynamic light scattering (DLS)

Revolutionize your performance by transforming your conventional, batch dynamic light scattering system into the stable, automated DynaPro Plate Reader III. The DynaPro Plate Reader incorporates state of the art technology, providing superior high-throughput dynamic light scattering performance. The more

Multiresponsive nanosurfactant integrates functions of molecular surfactants

(0:00) Droplets coated with nanosurfactants are hit with a laser which clumps the droplets into a two-dimensional hexagonal structure and rotates them much like gears. (0:17) Droplets are randomly distributed and then a laser is turned on which attracts them together into a bilayer aggregate. Up ... more

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Nanotechnology Day & Everyday Uses of Nanotechnology

October 9 is National Nanotechnology Day in the US, as it’s 10/9 in the American date format (and one nanometre is 10–9 metres). This month’s edition of Periodic Graphics in C&EN takes a look at a selection of the nanotechnology that’s already made its way into our everyday lives. more

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q&more articles Nanoparticles

  • Light plus current: The formula for researching what happens to individual nanoparticles

    A combination of dark-field microscopy and electrochemistry can make individual nanoparticles in a liquid medium visible. The technique is suited to determine the activity of catalysts during their use. more

  • Extracellular vesicles as biogenic transporters of antibiotics

    Developing new antimicrobial treatment strategies is becoming a key challenge in today's medical research. The targeted delivery of drugs into infected human tissue could significantly improve the antibiotic therapies to combat difficult-to-treat microorganisms. more

  • Synthetic receptors for viruses

    Thanks to technological advances in polymer chemistry and nanotechnology, it is now possible to synthetically produce nanomaterials with a wide range of properties and functionalities. This has paved the way for producing bio-inspired structures and systems which, for example, possess binding properties that follow the molecular recognition principles of biological systems. more

Authors Nanoparticles

  • Prof. Dr. Kristina Tschulik

    Kristina Tschulik received her doctorate from TU Dresden in 2012 and worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Leibniz Institute for Solid State and Materials Research Dresden and at the University of Oxford. Afterwards she established the working group for “Electrochemistry and Nanoscale Materials” at more

  • Dr. Hugues Girard

    received his PhD in Chemistry and Materials Science in 2008 at the University of Versailles, France. During his PhD, his research was focused on the electrochemical reactivity of diamond electrodes. From 2008 to 2010, he took a postdoctoral position between the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) more

  • Mathies V. Evers

    Mathies Evers, born in 1989, studied chemistry at the Ruhr University Bochum, where he researched the synthesis of atom-precise molecular clusters. After his master's degree he started his doctoral thesis at the Chair of Analytical Chemistry II of Professor Dr. Kristina Tschulik and is supported by more

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