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YA Newsletter [1%]
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Newsletter Folder. Will hold newsletters, and a Plone Form Gen form for subscribing.
Nanotechnology in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine (Sample Chapter) [1%]
Nanotechnology in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine features contributions from experts across drug delivery, tissue engineering, and regenerative ...
MIT Team Uses Virus Assembly for CNTs to Boost Solar Cell Efficiencies [1%]
MIT researchers report big improvements to the power-conversion efficiency of solar cells by using viruses to optimize carbon nanotubes to nanoscale assembly.
The UK’s Chief Food Standards Scientist Reviews Consumer Attitudes on Nano in Foods [1%]
The UK’s Food Standards Agency finds consumers are confused, skeptical and even suspicious about the use of nanotechnology in what they eat and drink. FSA’s ...
Oregon State Team Uses Magnetic Nanobeads for Portable 'Instant' Sensors [1%]
A team at Oregon State University is using magnetic nanobeads to assemble a microfluidic sensor to boost potency and speed of portable sensors for detecting ...
Diamonds Could Drive Quantum Networks with Novel Nano-Resonators [1%]
Researchers at the University of Calgary and Hewlett Packard Labs in Palo Alto, California, have created a way to overcome one of the largest barriers to using ...
Stanford Team Develops Nanosensor Arrays To Speed Drug Development [1%]
Stanford University researchers say a microchip built from current micro-electronics technologies and crammed with bio-nanosensors could dramatically speed up ...
Halaoui, Lara [1%]
Dr. Halaoui's main research efforts are focused on the synthesis, self-assembly, and exploration of the photoelectrochemical, optical, and electrical ...
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CNT_PolymerReinforcement_Ch1.pdf [1%]
MIT, Harvard Team on Microfluidics Device To Detect Single Cancer Cells [1%]
Researchers at Harvard and MIT have designed and built a sensitive new microfluidic device to detect single cancer cells in a blood sample. The work, based on ...
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Carbon Nanotubes for Polymer Reinforcement [1%]
Discovered in the twentieth century, carbon nanotubes (CNT) were an integral part of science and industry by the beginning of the twenty first century, ...
Ohio State Reseachers Use Nanoscale Milling for New 3D Microscrope Lens [1%]
Engineers at Ohio State University have invented a lens that lets researchers see microscopic objects in 3D. The lens, which resembles a gem for a ring, works ...
Case Western Team Finds CNTs Could Dramatic Cut Fuel Cell Costs [1%]
Case Western Research University scientists are unlocking catalytic powers of carbon nanotubes, and may bring commercial fuel cells closer to reality. The ...
UC Riverside Builds ‘Tunable’ Nanorods for Hi-Def Color Displays [1%]
Chemists at the University of California (Riverside) have assembled iron oxide particles into “tunable” nanorods that emit color in predictable response to ...
Feb 2011 Newsletter [1%]
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Chapter 1_CarbonNanotubes_CRCPress.pdf [1%]
Astronomers' ‘Adaptive Optics’ Lets Biologists See at Nanoscale [1%]
A corrective strategy called “adaptive optics” used by astronomers to sharpen images of celestial bodies is now helping scientists and biologists see with more ...
Author Interview: Carbon Nanotubes: Reinforced Metal Matrix Composites [1%] talks with the Dr. Aravind Agarwal, of Florida International University Mechanical and Materials Engineering Department, and author of ...
Most Popular Nanotechnology Articles for Download from Taylor and Francis / CRC Press [1%]
Our focus for February is the current topic of nanotechnology – after all, it’s the shortest month! To help bring our fantastic content to you, we’re making ...
UNC Nano Researchers Work on ‘Flexible’ Synthetic Blood Cells [1%]
A multidisciplinary research team at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has created particles to mirror properties of red blood cells. The work ...
Rensselaer’s Daniel Lewis Receives NSF CAREER Award [1%]
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded its Faculty Early Career Development Award to Daniel Lewis, assistant professor in the Department of ...