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Nanofasern aus Blut

Dass sich aus Fibrinogen neue Nano-Materialien auf Naturstoffbasis herstellen lassen, zeigen Dr. Gang Wei und Prof. Jandt vom IMT.

Posted: Nov 18th, 2008

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Nanotechnology exhibit in a shopping center part of UAlbany's NANOvember

Taking a novel approach to educating the public about the fast-growing field of nanotechnology, the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering of the University at Albany and Colonie Center today unveiled what is believed to be the first nanotechnology exhibit to be located in a shopping center anywhere in the world.

Posted: Nov 17th, 2008

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Yale's Mark Reed honored for outstanding nanotechnology research

Yale Professor Mark Reed, whose research has contributed to nanotechnology in areas from quantum dots to molecular electronics, has been named a fellow of the IEEE, one of the most prestigious honors given by this professional association for the advancement of technology.

Posted: Nov 17th, 2008

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A*STAR and Chartered develop advanced fine-pitch packaging solutions at 65nm

A*STAR's Institute of Microelectronics (IME), Singapore and Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing, one of the world?s top dedicated semiconductor foundries, have successfully optimized a range of fine-pitch packaging technologies for copper metallization and low-k dielectric silicon processes at 65 nanometer and below.

Posted: Nov 17th, 2008

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'Enlightened' atoms stage nano-riot against uniformity

When atoms in a crystal are struck by laser light, their electrons, excited by the light, typically begin moving back and forth together in a regular pattern, resembling nanoscale soldiers marching in a lockstep formation. But according to a new theory developed by Johns Hopkins researchers, under the right conditions these atoms will rebel against uniformity.

Posted: Nov 17th, 2008

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How to make water bounce

Using a high-speed camera setup, GE scientists captured details of water droplets dancing on superhydrophobic surfaces developed in GE Global Research's Nanotechnology lab.

Posted: Nov 17th, 2008

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