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Nano-dissection identifies genes involved in kidney disease

A new method developed by researchers at Princeton University and the University of Michigan called 'in silico nano-dissection' uses computers rather than scalpels to separate and identify genes from specific cell types, enabling the systematic study of genes involved in diseases.

Oct 5th, 2013

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New nanomaterial research in the Balkans

Nanostructured materials are at the forefront of research and development of novel devices in a variety of fields. Serbian scientists exploited EU funding to significantly enhance their research capacity in applied nanotechnology.

Oct 4th, 2013

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Super-thin conducting power

An ultrathin insulation technology for superconducting wires could lead to smaller and more efficient superconducting magnets for medical and industrial applications.

Oct 4th, 2013

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Laying down a discerning graphene oxide membrane

One of the thinnest membranes ever made is also highly discriminating when it comes to the molecules going through it. Engineers at the University of South Carolina have constructed a graphene oxide membrane less than 2 nanometers thick with high permeation selectivity between hydrogen and carbon dioxide gas molecules.

Oct 4th, 2013

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UC Berkeley, Berkeley Lab announce Kavli Energy NanoSciences Institute

The Kavli Foundation has endowed a new institute at the University of California, Berkeley, and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) to explore the basic science of how to capture and channel energy on the molecular or nanoscale, with the potential for discovering new ways of generating energy for human use.

Oct 3rd, 2013

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Great potential for faster diagnoses with new nanotechnology method

The more accurately we can diagnose a disease, the greater the chance that the patient will survive. That is why many researchers are working to improve the quality of the diagnostic process. Researchers at the Nano-Science Center, University of Copenhagen have discovered a method that will make the process faster, cheaper and more accurate.

Oct 3rd, 2013

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Nanotechnology devices for a 'More than Moore' world (w/video)

In the 'Beyond CMOS nano-devices for adding functionalities to CMOS' (NANOFUNCTION) Network of Excellence, a team of researchers from 15 academic and industrial partners in 10 European countries worked on how nanostructures can be integrated with CMOS chips to add a vast array of new functionality on the nanoscale.

Oct 3rd, 2013

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