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2009 Fine Particle Forum award to Markku Rajala

Markku Rajala has been nominated as the awardee of the Fine Particle Forum Award 2009. For long, Rajala has carried a central role in the networking of the Finnish fine particle field by increasing the interaction both between academia and industry and within industry stakeholders, in an unprejudiced, interdisciplinary way.

Posted: Oct 29th, 2009

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Carbon nanotubes fast forward seed germination

A collaborative team of biologists and nanotechnologists have demonstrated how seeds exposed to carbon nanotubes in the agar medium sprouted up to two times faster than control seed, a growth enhancement that has enormous potential on agriculture as well as plant-based biofuel production.

Posted: Oct 28th, 2009

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Next-generation carbon nanotube microcapsules deliver 'chemicals on demand'

Scientists in California are reporting development of a new generation of the microcapsules used in carbon-free copy paper, in which capsules burst and release ink with pressure from a pen. The new microcapsules burst when exposed to light, releasing their contents in ways that could have wide-ranging commercial uses from home and personal care to medicine.

Posted: Oct 28th, 2009

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Gateway University Research Park hosts groundbreaking for Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering

Unveiling plans for a 100,000(+)-square-foot research facility located at the South Campus of Gateway University Research Park in Greensboro, N.C., North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University and The University of North Carolina at Greensboro will host the official groundbreaking of the Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering (JSNN) on Monday, Nov. 9.

Posted: Oct 27th, 2009

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