Category Archives: Nanotechnology

Putting the Fun Back in Functional Nanomaterials

Research prototype of transparent clear glass or plastic material

Sometimes it can be hard to really conceptualize the breadth of research work that’s coming out of our contamination-controlled environments. In Class 100/1000 cleanrooms from coast to coast, unless you work directly in the field, it is a challenge to keep up with the multitude of advances in technology and process. With that said, if [Read More…]

Ancient and Futuristic – What is the Role of the Cleanroom in Advanced Sericulture?

Silk Cocoons with Worm

We have a riddle for you: what is both ancient and futuristic, biodegradable and naturally sustainable, is delicately engineered in a cleanroom with a tensile strength five times that of steel, is a simple formulation but has applications in materials science, medicine, and reforestation? Need some more clues? It is edible, reintegrating into the human [Read More…]

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