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YoungNanoProfessionals-Workshop: Nanotechnologische Aspekte der Energiespeicherung

YoungNanoProfessionals (YNP), eine Initiative der Aktionslinie Hessen-Nanotech, des NanoNetzwerkHessen und der DECHEMA vernetzt junge Wissenschaftler auf dem Gebiet der Nanowissenschaften und bietet Ihnen eine Plattform zum intensiven Austausch ueber aktuelle Forschung und Entwicklungen im Nano-Business, berufliche Aussichten und die Ergebnisse der Sicherheitsforschung an Nanomaterialien.

Posted: Aug 17th, 2011

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Quantum optical link sets new time records

Entanglement between two atomic systems is very fragile and up until now researchers have only been able to maintain the entanglement for a fraction of a second. But in new experiments at the Niels Bohr Institute researchers have succeeded in setting new records and maintaining the entanglement for up to an hour.

Posted: Aug 17th, 2011

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A new look below the surface of nanomaterials

Scientists can now look deeper into new materials to study their structure and behavior, thanks to work by an international group of researchers led by UC Davis and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.

Posted: Aug 16th, 2011

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Regenerating bone with wood-based materials

Regenerating bones with materials of natural origin that can bear a lot of weight might not be science-fiction anymore. Scientists are looking for new ways to transform complex and organized structures that already exist in nature into a device to improve bone and ligament substitution.

Posted: Aug 16th, 2011

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Call for proposals: Bionic-Award 2012

For the third time, the VDI (Association of German Engineers) and the DBU (Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt) will present the international Bionic-Award for outstanding scientific achievement in the field of biomimetic/bionic product development.

Posted: Aug 16th, 2011

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NASA finds signs of graphene in space

NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope identified signs of the graphene in two small galaxies outside of our own, called the Magellanic Clouds, specifically in the material shed by dying stars, called planetary nebulae.

Posted: Aug 16th, 2011

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