Columbia University is a major contributor to the NanoMedicine Center for Mechanical Biology, a multi-disciplinary initiative aimed at developing new technologies for regenerative medicine and treating human diseases that involve mechanical malfunction, such as cancer.
The first electron microscope for simultaneously and automatically investigating in three-dimensions the phase content, crystallographic texture, and crystal interfaces of materials was co-designed and put into service at the Max Planck Institute for Iron Research in Germany.
IP NANOKER (Structural Ceramic Nanocomposites for Top-end Functional Applications)) is a 4 year research project co-funded by the European Commission . The NANOKER newsletter will be published quarterly, and interested individuals can register to receive this on the website.
Electronic mail, Web sites, conversations, and experiments about the emerging field of nanotechnology might quickly slip into the past without the work of historians working to document them as they occur.
The nose, usually the first line of defense against inhaled airborne particles that could damage the lungs, may itself be susceptible to the dangers of nanoparticles, which are less than 100 nanometers in size.
The Center for Science, Technology and Public Policy (CSTPP) at the University of Minnesota Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs has released a new report that explores and evaluates models for the oversight of nanotechnology.