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Joint statement on EPA's Nanoscale Materials Stewardship Program

The Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturers Association's (SOCMA) Nanotechnology SME Coalition, American Chemistry Council's (ACC) Nanotechnology Panel, the NanoBusiness Alliance, and join together to fully support the EPA's Nanoscale Materials Stewardship Program.

Posted: Jul 11th, 2008

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'India set for nanotechnology revolution'

India is all set for a nanotechnology revolution, which would dramatically improve the standard of life of the people and find solutions to major problems in health, agriculture and water management, according to an internationally well known researcher in the field.

Posted: Jul 11th, 2008

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Arizona State University creates Solar Power Laboratory

Arizona State University is strengthening its commitment to boost Arizona's economic development prospects in the renewable energy industry by establishing the Solar Power Laboratory. Prominent scientists and engineers are being hired to lead the endeavor to improve the efficiency of solar electric power systems while making them more economically feasible.

Posted: Jul 11th, 2008

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A colorful approach to solar energy

Revisiting a once-abandoned technique, engineers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have successfully created a sophisticated, yet affordable, method to turn ordinary glass into a high-tech solar concentrator.

Posted: Jul 10th, 2008

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Invitation to participate in a survey on synthetic biology

The purpose of this study is to better understand the level of knowledge you and others have about the emerging field of synthetic biology, what you feel the future of synthetic biology holds, what you feel the implications of advances in synthetic biology may be and what you think the framework of governance for synthetic biology should be.

Posted: Jul 10th, 2008

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Toothpick: New molecular tag IDs bone and tooth minerals

Enlisting an army of plant viruses to their cause, materials researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have identified a small biomolecule that binds specifically to one of the key crystal structures of the body - the calcium compound that is the basic building block of teeth and bone.

Posted: Jul 10th, 2008

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