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Master Content View by Editor1 — last modified August 08, 2006 - 16:31
This is a look at all pending and published content for NSW.
Master Content View - Books by Editor1 — last modified August 08, 2006 - 16:31
This is a look at all pending and published content for NSW.
Busnaina, Ahmed by Editor1 — last modified September 06, 2007 - 08:44
Ahmed A. Busnaina, Ph.D. is the William Lincoln Smith Chair Professor and Director of National Science Foundation’s Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center (NSEC) for High-rate Nanomanufacturing and the NSF Center for Nano and Microcontamination Control at Northeastern University, Boston, MA.
Yale University Commits $100M to Multi-Disciplinary Nanoscience Institute by Editor1 — last modified March 30, 2007 - 14:44
Yale University has formally launched its Yale Institute for Nanoscience & Quantum Engineering, citing more than $100 million in financial commitments. The Yale institute aims to focus on six nano-related disciplines: molecular electronics, quantum information processing, soft-materials chemistry, nanoparticles, photonics, and nanoscale biomedical engineering.
Roque-Malherbe , Rolando M.A. by Editor1 — last modified March 13, 2007 - 06:03
Dr. Roque-Malherbe's current research interests include: nanoscale adsorption phenomena; surface analysis; absorption kinetics of hydrogen and other gases in microporous crystalline, mesoporous ordered, and micro/mesoporous amorphous materials; and zeolite applications.
An Introduction to Spintronics by Dr. Supriyo Bandyopadhyay — last modified July 22, 2011 - 12:24
Dr. Supriyo Bandyopadhyay discusses how spintronics can push the limits now facing conventional electronics, outlines how spintronics work, and shares how early spintronics are now in laptops and the Apple iPod. He also previews his "Introduction to Spintronics."
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Tseng, Ampere by Editor1 — last modified June 26, 2007 - 12:57
Before joining Arizona State University in 1996, Dr. Tseng had been a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Drexel University for more than ten years.
Fulay, Pradeep by Editor1 — last modified June 26, 2007 - 13:14
Dr. Fulay's principal research and teaching interests lie in the area of science of chemical synthesis and processing of smart materials and structures. He is also interested in properties of ferroelectric, magnetic, and microwave dielectric ceramic materials in relation to their microstructure.
Gupta, Rakesh K. by Editor1 — last modified October 03, 2007 - 10:44
Dr. Gupta's research is directed mainly at understanding the (non-Newtonian) flow behavior of polymer solutions, polymer melts, solid-in-liquid suspensions and emulsions.
Pennathur, Sumita by Editor1 — last modified June 26, 2007 - 14:44
Professor Pennathur's research group focuses on using fundamental fluidics knowledge at both micro- and nano -scales to create novel devices for practical applications.
Rogers, Ben by Editor1 — last modified August 28, 2007 - 08:52
A research scientist in the area of micro- and nanotechnology, Ben Rogers' research interests encompass scanning probe microscopy, chemical and biological sensors, nanotube-based devices, and engineering education.
Dutta, Joydeep by Editor1 — last modified April 30, 2011 - 20:07
Prof. Dutta's broad research interests include work on the self-organization of nanoparticles, construction of niche devices, nanoparticles and its applications in electronics and biology. Dr. Dutta has written three text books entitled “Introduction to Nanoscience” and “Fundamentals of Nanotechnology” and “Introduction to Nanoscience and Nanotechnology” (CRC Press of Taylor and Francis Group LLC) , has over 200 research publications, 7 chapters in Science & Technology reference books, 3 patents (5 ongoing applications) and has delivered more than 60 invited and keynote lectures.
Trybula, Walt (Walter) J. by Editor1 — last modified July 10, 2007 - 17:37
Walt Trybula, Ph.D., MBA, IEEE Fellow & SPIE Fellow, is the Director of the Nanomaterials Application Center at Texas State University and is a Director and Senior Policy Fellow of the Trybula Foundation, Inc.
Kennel, Elliot B. by Editor1 — last modified July 10, 2007 - 17:56
Mr. Elliot Kennel has been with WVU’s Chemical Engineering Department since 2002.
Misra, Durga by Editor1 — last modified July 19, 2007 - 13:12
Misra's research focuses on semiconductor devices and integrated circuits for nanoelectronics.
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DuPont to Brief Investors on Performance of their Materials Business Segment by Editor1 — last modified April 24, 2008 - 10:26
At a briefing today with security analysts, Diane H. Gulyas, group vice president -- DuPont Performance Materials, discussed the segment's growth and productivity strategies. With more than $6 bill...
Nanotech Brings Glowing Smiles by Editor1 — last modified April 24, 2008 - 10:35
Research present in a forthcoming issue of the International Journal of Nanomanufacturing from Inderscience Publishers suggests that coating dental implants with a synthetic bone material prior to implantation allows such implant to become incorporated much more successfully into the jaw, leading to smiles all round.
Fluid Testing Rig More Accurately Simulates Operating Conditions for Nanomaterials by Editor1 — last modified April 25, 2008 - 11:27
Micro Materials have been making innovative nanoscale test instrumentation for more than twenty years. Centre to their range is the NanoTestT platform which offers options to study a wide variety of m...
Discovery of Graphane May Prove More Versatile than Graphene by Editor1 — last modified July 31, 2009 - 13:59
Ever since graphene was discovered in 2004, this one-atom thick, super strong, carbon-based electrical conductor has been billed as a wonder material that some physicists think could one day r...
University of Twente Teams with BP on Nanofluidics for Oil Extraction by Editor1 — last modified October 19, 2009 - 17:39
The University of Twente's Physics of Complex Fluids group will contribute work in nanofluidics to BP's Enhanced Oil Recovery Exploratory Research Program, which aims to examine novel methods to increase oilfield production by 10 percent. 'Efficient oil extraction from the earth means effectively using water to force oil from microscopic rock pores," said Prof. Frieder Mugele, head of PCF.
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MIT Uses Nano To Build Oil Spill-Cleaning Robots by Editor1 — last modified August 30, 2010 - 11:09
Researchers at MIT have applied nanotechnology to the science of cleaning up oil spills. The system, dubbed Seaswarm, is a fleet of prototyped robotic skimming vehicles that use nanotechnology to autonomously navigate the ocean surface to collect surface oil and process it on site.
Nano bundles pack a powerful punch by Editor1 — last modified August 22, 2011 - 20:21
(Rice University) Rice University researchers have created a solid-state, nanotube-based supercapacitor that promises to combine the best qualities of high-energy batteries and fast-charging capacitors in a device suitable for extreme environments.