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Kaduchak, Gregory by siebo — last modified June 05, 2006 - 22:08
 
Endo, Morinobu by siebo — last modified May 31, 2006 - 19:46
 
National Nanotechnology Initiative by siebo — last modified May 31, 2006 - 19:47
 
National Science Foundation by siebo — last modified June 06, 2006 - 17:17
The National Science Foundation (NSF) is an independent federal agency created by Congress in 1950 "to promote the progress of science; to advance the national health, prosperity, and welfare; to secure the national defense…" With an annual budget of about $5.5 billion, we are the funding source for approximately 20 percent of all federally supported basic research conducted by America's colleges and universities. In many fields such as mathematics, computer science and the social sciences, NSF is the major source of federal backing.
Crystal Sponge by siebo — last modified May 02, 2006 - 03:05
This neutron-scattering image reveals where hydrogen molecules (red-green circles) connect to a metal organic framework (MOF), a type of custom-made compound eyed for hydrogen storage applications. The ball-and-stick model of the MOF is superimposed on the neutron image.
Hydrogen Diffusion Filter Illustration by siebo — last modified May 02, 2006 - 13:39
New polymer use may yield cheaper way to separate hydrogen from impurities
ankyrin repeat nanospring by siebo — last modified May 02, 2006 - 13:42
An artist's conception of the ankyrin repeat nanospring
The Most Resilient Nanosprings in Nature by siebo — last modified November 13, 2006 - 23:42
Researchers from Duke University have shown that a component of many natural proteins can act as one of the most powerful and resilient molecular springs in nature.
Kohlenstoffnanoroehre Animation by siebo — last modified May 04, 2006 - 03:58
 
Types of Carbon Nanotubes by siebo — last modified May 04, 2006 - 03:59
A diagram showing the types of carbon nanotubes. (Created by Michael Ströck (mstroeck) on February 1, 2006. Released under the GFDL). The (n,m) nanotube naming scheme can be thought of as a vector (Ch) in an infinite graphene sheet that describes how to 'roll up' the graphene sheet to make the nanotube. T denotes the tube axis, and a1 and a2 are the unit vectors of graphene in real space. If m=0, the nanotubes are called zigzag. If n=m, the nanotubes are called armchair. Otherwise, they are called chiral.
Bucky Ball Illustration by siebo — last modified May 04, 2006 - 04:15
A 3D model of a C60 molecule, also called a "Buckyball". Created by Michael Ströck (mstroeck) on February 6, 2006 in iMol for Mac OS X and Photoshop CS2.
Achermann7RED by siebo — last modified May 04, 2006 - 04:26
Energy transfer diagrammed from nano-thin layers of Sandia-grown quantum wells to the LANL nanocrystals (a.k.a. quantum dots) above the nanolayers.
Nanotech 2006 by siebo — last modified May 07, 2006 - 00:06
Nanotech 2006 - NSTI Nanotechnology Conference and Trade Show- 9th annual. An interdisciplinary forum on nanotechnology, biotechnology and microtechnology.
The Future of Nanocoatings and Ultra-Thin Films by siebo — last modified May 06, 2006 - 02:41
 
NanoBusiness 2006 by siebo — last modified May 06, 2006 - 02:48
The NanoBusiness Alliance Conference is designed to provide attendees with the information, knowledge and contacts required to move research and application development to commercialization, as well as to showcase the ongoing integration of small tech products into the global economy.
Internship available at Georgia Tech by siebo — last modified May 06, 2006 - 17:24
We have an opening for lab interns for fall 2007. Must be familiar with z-stack image techniques. Bill Bruckman bbruckman@gatech.edu
Seeking Someone Experienced with Viscotech Triple Detector Array by siebo — last modified May 06, 2006 - 04:27
We just took delivery of a new detector and some of the features of the Light Scattering Detector seem to be uncodumented.
Gijs, Martinus by siebo — last modified May 07, 2006 - 02:35
 
Iijima, Sumio by siebo — last modified May 08, 2006 - 13:01
Sumio Iijima (飯島 澄男 Iijima Sumio, born May 2, 1939) is a Japanese physicist, best known for discovering carbon nanotubes in 1991.
Koch, Carl by siebo — last modified May 08, 2006 - 14:39
 
Murphy, Catherine by siebo — last modified November 01, 2006 - 12:58
Guy F Lipscomb Professor of Chemistry
University of California San Francisco by siebo — last modified October 22, 2006 - 10:55
University of California, San Francisco is a leading university that consistently defines health care worldwide by conducting advanced biomedical research, educating graduate students in life sciences and providing complex patient care.
North Carolina State University by siebo — last modified June 06, 2006 - 17:17
A nationally recognized leader in science and technology with historic strengths in agriculture and engineering, NC State provides a high-quality education in the humanities and social sciences, design, education, life sciences, management, natural resources, physical and mathematical sciences, textiles and veterinary medicine. Bachelor’s degrees are offered in 102 fields, master’s degrees in 108 fields and doctoral degrees in 60 fields, as well as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree. And NC State students aren’t just prepared for today’s careers but for those of the future, working in emerging fields such as nanotechnology, biotechnology, biomedical engineering, and computer science. Over the past five years, NC State students have been awarded more than 100 national scholarships, fellowships and grants.
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Texas $30M SWAN Takes Nano To Semicondcutors by siebo — last modified March 30, 2007 - 14:43
Texas Instruments Inc., along with several other technology firms, the Texas state government and the University of Texas System will pour $30 million in a new nanoelectronics research program to be based at UT Austin. The program, Southwest Academy of Nanoelectronics (SWAN), will focus nanotechnology R&D on extending Moore's Law, the paradigm in semiconductor design and production which predicts that the number of transistors on a chip can be roughly doubled every 18 months.
Could SPIM Opens News Eyes for Nano-Microscopy? by siebo — last modified November 15, 2006 - 14:41
A new Scanning Photoionization Microscope (SPIM) has been unveiled for analyzing the make-up and properties nano-electronics and nanoparticles. The SPIM device, which developers concede is “still in its infancy,” was demonstrated in October by National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Colorado (Boulder).
Milk Proteins Hold Promise for Nano Delivery Systems by siebo — last modified November 15, 2006 - 14:00
Nature has endowed a milk protein, casein, with the capability to form nano-sized micelles. That trait is now being actively investigated by researchers from the Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa to see if casein could unlock a huge potential to nano-encapsulate sensitive ingredients.
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How to Prepare Your Powerpoint for SlideCasting by siebo — last modified March 27, 2008 - 18:33
This SlideCast shows you the fast and easy process to turn a Powerpoint presentation into an online SlideCast. Learn how the NanoScienceWorks.org team can help you present your nanoscience research to thousands of colleagues.
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Test Study Guide by siebo — last modified May 07, 2008 - 15:44
 
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Study Guide Prologue by Editor1 — last modified April 17, 2008 - 14:36
The Study Guide for Introduction to Nanoscience - PROLOGUE. The study guide is designed to help students talk and discuss their way through concepts and principles.
eBook Text Content (do not move or rename) by siebo — last modified May 07, 2008 - 17:32