European researchers have created a world-leading camera in CMOS that can record photons at a million times a second. Best of all, it will be really cheap to manufacture, offering applications in consumer products, entertainment and in-car safety systems.
The University of Texas at El Paso is pleased to announce that Jorge Gardea-Torresdey, Ph. D, chair for the Department of Chemistry, has been honored with the 2009 Distinguished Scientist Award by SACNAS, the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science.
European researchers who created an ultra-fast, extremely high-resolution video camera have enabled dozens of medical applications, including one scenario that can record 'thought' processes travelling along neurons.
The SOI Industry Consortium today announced an initiative to deliver a silicon on insulator (SOI) educational event in conjunction with ARM TechCon3 to help the electronics industry reap the benefits of SOI.
Researchers at Oregon State University and other institutions have developed a new plasmonic nanorod metamaterial using extraordinarily tiny rods of gold that will have important applications in medical, biological and chemical sensors.
Improved magneto-nano sensor chips are up to 1,000 times more sensitive than current methods of cancer detection - can scan any bodily fluid with high accuracy and search for up to 64 different cancer-associated proteins simultaneously.
The European Environmental Bureau (EEB), Europe's largest federation of environmental citizens' organizations, launched a report outlining the critical governance structures needed for the safe development and use of nanotechnologies.
Max Planck Innovation, the technology transfer organization of the Max Planck Society, grants Leica Microsystems, Wetzlar, an exclusive license for implementing the latest generation of optical microscopes with a resolution far below the diffraction limit (nanoscopes).
UC Santa Barbara and the Institute of Microelectronics (IME) of Singapore have entered into a 'green electronics' research collaboration agreement focused on developing ultra-efficient nanoscale transistors and exploring their circuit-level functionality.