Last month we featured an article about Dotterel Technologies using Phonix nanofibre in their drone propeller shrouds. Dotterel Technologies were awarded the NAB 2016 Most Innovative Product Award in Las Vegas. They’ve been making headlines again, with a feature in www.insideunmannedsystems.com. Here’s an excerpt from the article: Nanofiber Shrouds Dotterel believes it has a solution. It’s […]
Lately we stumbled across a blog from a nanotechnology fan, and it included some incredible images captured using an electron microscope. Scroll/swipe to your heart’s content and check out the weird and wonderful nanoscopic world. The link to the full gallery is at the bottom. For the full gallery click here.
Right now Simon Feasey, one of the Directors here at Revolution Fibres, is most likely touching down somewhere in the USA, collecting a bag full of frisbees and making his way to Emporia, Kansas. From the 6th to the 13th of August the PDGA Professional Disc Golf World Championships will be held. Simon will most likely […]
Nanofibre is technical stuff. It’s a miracle of modern science, made using our thoroughly modern, proprietary Sonic Electrospinning method, by scientists (that’s us) in white coats. Nanotechnology is associated with phrases like ‘cutting-edge’. But do you know what? At the end of the day, not under an Electron Microscope, it’s amazingly ordinary looking rolled goods. […]
Here’s an interesting piece of nanonews from researchers in Melbourne, Australia, who have developed a way of growing nanostructures on fabric that degrade organic matter when exposed to sunlight. Here’s part of the article: A spot of sunshine is all it could take to get your washing done, thanks to pioneering nano research into self-cleaning […]
A long overdue warm digital welcome to the Revolution Fibres team Adam! To our readers, Adam Blake joined our team as Production Engineer not long ago. Fresh from a Nanoscience degree in Perth, Australia, Adam got in touch and immediately won us over with his knowledge and great work ethic. The production aspect of our […]