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Researchers Demonstrate ‘No-Ink’ Color Printing With Nanomaterials | Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology have developed a “no-ink” color printing process using nanomaterials, with features visible only with the aid of a high-powered electron microscope. [Nanotechnology News: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/nanotechnology/  Nanotechnology Books: http://futuristicshop.com/category/nanotechnology-books/]

Researchers Demonstrate ‘No-Ink’ Color Printing With Nanomaterials | Researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology have developed a “no-ink” color printing process using nanomaterials, with features visible only with the aid of a high-powered electron microscope. [Nanotechnology News: http://futuristicnews.com/tag/nanotechnology/ Nanotechnology Books: http://futuristicshop.com/category/nanotechnology-books/]

Designing bespoke nanomaterials for energy applications

Designing bespoke nanomaterials for energy applications

Mesostructured silicon particle. Left: transmission X-ray microscopy 3D data set of one region, suggesting spongy structures. The purple square measures 8.28 microns along the top edges, which is much less than the width of a human hair. Right: transmission electron microscopy image showing an ordered nanowire array. The 100-nanometer scale bar is 1,000 times narrower than a hair.  Tian Lab.

Mesostructured silicon particle. Left: transmission X-ray microscopy 3D data set of one region, suggesting spongy structures. The purple square measures 8.28 microns along the top edges, which is much less than the width of a human hair. Right: transmission electron microscopy image showing an ordered nanowire array. The 100-nanometer scale bar is 1,000 times narrower than a hair. Tian Lab.

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