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Posted by: Editor1 — on November 15, 2007
Led by Teri Odom of Northwestern University, research funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) has shown that an inexpensive and innovative way of making nanomaterials on a large scale has resulted in novel forms of advanced materials, paving the way for unexpected and exceptional optical properties.
Posted by: Editor1 — on January 17, 2008
A team of researchers at the Nanoscience Centre at the University of Cambridge in the U.K. are reportedly the first to observe the uptake of fullerines or buckeyballs (C60 particles) into a human cell. The views were made possible with the use of Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM). The TEM images show “cloudlike tomographic maps” of materials inside the human cell, and evidence that C60 particles were taken up into the cytoplasm and nuclei of human macrophage cells.
Posted by: Editor1 — on March 30, 2007
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.
Professor of Theoretical Physical Chemistry
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