DNA could be the answer to sorting different kinds of carbon nanotubes, say US researchers. Short strings of synthetic DNA wind onto nanotubes in a very sequence-dependent way, which has allowed researchers to separate 12 of the most common types of tubes from the inevitable mixtures that form when nanotubes are synthesised.
A regional economic development body with a vacant, nearly 1,000-acre business park in Pulaski County endorsed Wednesday the concept of committing a small piece of it to a $20 million home for nanotechnology businesses and education.
The discovery of this quantization of the light field has opened up a new field of physics - quantum optics. In modern lasers the light emission can take place within a picosecond, a 1000 times faster than has ever been detected before in photon sequence measurements. A team in Germany made a major breakthrough: in several years of work the worldwide first detector has been developed which has the necessary temporal resolution.
CNSE of the University at Albany and the New York State Foundation for Science, Technology, and Innovation (NYSTAR) have entered into agreements with NYSERDA to provide support for the growth of clean energy and environmental technology companies at the Saratoga Technology and Energy Park (STEP) and throughout New York State.
Recognized academic and technical experts in nanoelectronics from the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering of the University at Albany have been selected to deliver presentations at SEMICON West 2009, a leading industry conference and trade show to be held July 13 through 17 in San Francisco, CA.
Mit dem kürzlich im Herzen Grenobles eröffneten biomedizinischen Forschungslabor Clinatec, will das CEA neue auf den Mikro- und Nanotechnologien basierende therapeutische Ansätze entwickeln, um Hirnkrankheiten zu bekämpfen, bei denen klassische Therapien bislang versagt haben.
Dr. Frank Fisher, an Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Director of the Nanomechanics and Nanomaterials Lab, and Co-Director of the Graduate Nantoechnology Program at Stevens Institute of Technology, was recently awarded one of the two 2009 Ferdinand P. Beer and E. Russell Johnston Jr. Outstanding New Educator Awards by the American Society of Engineering Education.
The map shows which nanomaterials have been used where and includes detailed information on the contaminants treated and the nature of the treatment. It provides a unique source of information on the intentional release of nanomaterials into the environment to treat contaminated ground and water.
University of Alberta biological sciences professor Gregg Goss is on the front line of a new effort to monitor the effects of nanomaterials on the environment. Goss will help lead a team of 19 researchers from across the country in a three-year study of the toxicity of nanomaterials in aquatic environments.