The OSU microreactor (left) uses microlamination architecture to produce nanoparticles more efficiently
Nanotechnology products could become much more commercially practical, thanks to work being performed by engineers at Oregon State University (OSU). Using a new fabrication method, they have been able to increase the production rate of nanoparticles by 500 times, while simultaneously reducing the amount of environmentally-harmful byproducts involved. It’s definitely big news – or really tiny news, depending on how you look at it.
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