Satoshi Ozaki, a physicist at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory, will be honored as a distinguished Asian American professional at a ceremony on May 9 at the annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Month Celebration to be held at Stony Brook University's Charles B. Wang Center.
An unlikely multidisciplinary scientific collaboration has discovered that an electronic nose developed for air quality monitoring on Space Shuttle Endeavour can also be used to detect odour differences in normal and cancerous brain cells.
Quantum cryptography, a completely secure means of communication, is much closer to being used practically as researchers from Toshiba and Cambridge University's Cavendish Laboratory have now developed high speed detectors capable of receiving information with much higher key rates, thereby able to receive more information faster.
Cutting edge approaches and methodology employed by plant and molecular biologists, chemists, physicists, material scientists, computational modelers and engineers will be applied to plant cells in the newly funded Center for Lignocellulose Structure and Formation, a Department of Energy, Energy Frontier Research Center at Penn State.
Physicists at the U.S. Department of Energy's Ames Laboratory have experimentally demonstrated that the superconductivity mechanism in the recently-discovered iron-arsenide superconductors is unique compared to all other known classes of superconductors.
The Institute of Photonics and Optical Science (IPOS), the newest institute in the University of Sydney and the only one of its kind in Australia, launched last week with a one-day symposium The Photonic Universe - Faster, Further, Smarter.
Accelrys, Inc., a leading provider of scientific business intelligence software and services, today announced that Dr. Frank Brown, Chief Science Officer of Accelrys, will be presenting at the Nanotech Conference next week in Houston.
A noninvasive, needle-free system that uses light to measure tissue oxygen and pH will soon be an alternative to the painful use of needles to draw blood and cumbersome equipment to determine metabolic rate.