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Posted by: Editor1 — on February 28, 2008
Researchers at the UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science are turning to molecular simulations to tackle a long-standing obstacle of making hydrogen-powered cars that can drive beyond 100-200 miles. The group conducted computational analysis for crafting practical ways to design hydrogen fuel storage.
Posted by: mcmallison — on February 28, 2008
Cornell University's NanoScale Science and Technology Facility (CNF) has been at the forefront of nanotechnology for 30 years. To commemorate, CNF will hold its next event June 14, at Cornell's campus in Ithica, NY. CNF serves over 700 users a year, and has been instrumental in enabling, developing, and propagating the benefits of nanotechnology. The Future of Nanotechnology celebrates CNF's past contributions, and looks at the shape of things to come.
Posted by: Editor1 — on June 05, 2007
Dr. James Durbano, an assistant professor at the University of Delaware and Chief Hardware Architect at EM Photonics, plans to offer low-cost, high-performance tools and algorithms to speed nano-photonic simulations. Tools could power supercomputer-caliber computations with just desktop PCs. NanoScienceWorks.org speaks with Dr. Durbano.
Biomimetic Connections, LLC is a California-based firm established in 2002 to advance the commercialization of bio-inspired and biomimetic IP. Through our suite of biomimetic and bio-inspired IP portfoilios, BioParadigm ACCESS, we serve corporations, bio/material scientists and product design engineers across the engineering spectrum seeking to identify, utilize and commercialize research outcomes derived from 'biological design paradigms' (tm)
Syracuse University's research interests touch on a number of areas of interest to nanoscale organic and inorganic materials scientists.
CMP's research activities focus on the processing, structure, property and performance relationships for all classes of materials including metals, ceramics and polymers.