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SUNY Research Foundation tech transfer hubs take shape across New York State

The State University of New York (SUNY), in partnership with The Research Foundation of SUNY and SUNY campuses statewide, has launched five regional 'Technology Transfer' hubs across the SUNY research enterprise as part of a novel effort to spur new high-tech business opportunities and stimulate economic growth across New York State.

Aug 12th, 2010

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Nanoparticle-based imaging technique creates detailed three-dimensional images of melanoma

So far no imaging technique has been up to the task of defining the melanoma's boundaries accurately enough to guide surgery. Instead surgeons tend to cut well beyond the visible margins of the lesion in order to be certain they remove all the malignant tissue. Two scientists at Washington University in St. Louis have developed technologies that together promise to solve this difficult problem.

Aug 11th, 2010

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Electrons in motion

A European team of researchers has now developed a method that allows to observe the motions of electrons.

Aug 11th, 2010

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Smart nanomaterial could lead to glaucoma breakthrough

A 'smart' nanomaterial recently developed at the University of Dayton Research Institute for multi-purpose use in aircraft coatings, wind turbines and other large-scale commercial applications may also lead to a significant breakthrough in glaucoma treatment.

Aug 11th, 2010

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Nanopartikel schleusen Wirkstoff in Krebszellen ein

In enger Zusammenarbeit ist es drei Arbeitsgruppen der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitaet (LMU) Muenchen und des Exzellenzclusters Nanosystems Initiative Munich (NIM) gelungen, den Wirkstoff Colchicin in konzentrierter Form mit Hilfe von Nanopartikeln direkt in Zellen einzuschleusen.

Aug 11th, 2010

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There is nothing boring about watching paint dry

It turns out that watching paint dry might not be as boring as the old adage claims. A team led by Yale University researchers has come up with a new technique to study the mechanics of coatings as they dry and peel, and has discovered that the process is far from mundane.

Aug 10th, 2010

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Better displays ahead by vertically stacking electrowetting devices

Several e-reader products on the market today use electrophoretic displays, in which each pixel consists of microscopic capsules that contain black and white particles moving in opposite directions under the influence of an electric field. A serious drawback to this technology is that the screen image is closer to black-on-gray than black-on-white. Researchers at the University of Cincinnati Nanoelectronics Laboratory are actively pursuing an alternative approach for low-power displays.

Aug 10th, 2010

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