The Drug Research Academy at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, University of Copenhagen and Paraytec (York, UK) announce the first mini-symposium on surface dissolution imaging, which will be held in the University of Copenhagen on 19th May 2010.
Biobanks, ocean monitoring, wind energy, and micro- and nanotechnology are being given a powerful boost in terms of research equipment. Four national research facilities were recently granted allocations totalling NOK 210 million.
In die Nanomechanik kommt Bewegung. Wissenschaftlern der Universitaet Bonn ist es erstmals gelungen, aus DNA-Doppelstraengen ein Molekuel, ein so genanntes Rotaxan, herzustellen, dessen Einzelteile mechanisch frei beweglich sind.
Aydogan Ozcan, whose invention of a novel lensless imaging technology for use in telemedicine could radically transform global health care, has now taken his work a step further - or tinier: The UCLA engineer has created a miniature microscope, the world's smallest and lightest for telemedicine applications.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison recently made a significant first step toward understanding how to control the growth of the nanotubes, nanowires and nanorods needed for renewable energy and other technology applications.
Researchers have developed a novel biosensor chip that not only recognizes proteins that are characteristic for specific diseases, but also can show if these proteins are changed through the influence of disease or drugs.