Using exotic man-made materials, scientists from Duke University and Boston College believe they can greatly enhance the forces of electromagnetism, one of the four fundamental forces of nature, without harming living beings or damaging electrical equipment.
Park Systems is offering an interactive webinar to learn more about breaking technologies at the company. They will walk you through the benefits of Park NX10, talk to you about their Park nanotechnology solutions for your application needs, and show you a short overview of technology behind Park NX10.
Younan Xia, Ph.D., an internationally recognized leader in the field of nanotechnology, recently joined the Georgia Institute of Technology as the first Georgia Research Alliance (GRA) Eminent Scholar in Nanomedicine.
New ultrafast laser equipment, capable of generating intense pulses of light as short as a few femtoseconds from the UV to the Infrared, will help scientists at the University of East Anglia (UEA) measure how energy is transferred from molecule to molecule and point the way to molecular structures for exploiting solar radiation.
The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) is issuing a call for proposals in graphene engineering research. The aim of the call, where there will be up to GBP20 million of funding available, is to focus research on manufacturing processes and technologies linked to graphene in order to accelerate the development and generation of novel devices, applications technologies and systems.
Using high-precision microscopy and X-ray scattering techniques, University of Oregon researchers have gained eye-opening insights into the process of applying green chemistry to nanotechnology that results in high yields, improves efficiency and dramatically reduces waste and potential negative exposure to human health or the environment.
Der Umgang der Bundesregierung mit den Ergebnissen und Empfehlungen der NanoKommission stehen im Mittelpunkt einer Kleinen Anfrage der Fraktion Buendnis 90/Die Gruenen. Die Fraktion kritisiert, dass die Bundesregierung im Januar 2011 - einen Monat vor der NanoKommission - einen Aktionsplan zur Nanotechnologie vorgelegt hat, in dem die NanoKommission nur an einer einzigen Stelle erwaehnt wird.