Researchers at Virginia Tech have been awarded more than $1.3 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop the next-generation nano-CT imaging system, which promises to greatly reduce the required dose of radiation.
The Nanoscience Technology Center at UCF invites researchers from both academia and industry in the State of Florida to participate in NanoFlorida 2009, the second annual symposium on nanoscience and nanotechnology, being held on September 25 - 26th, 2009 at the University of Central Florida
After engineers and scientists at Virginia Tech, Harvard, and Drexel finish studying the locomotion of fish in water, Michael Phelps may find he still has a few new ways to increase his own world record-breaking Olympic times.
An international team of researchers has designed a new graphite-based, magnetic nano-material that acts as a semiconductor and could help material scientists create the next generation of electronic devices like microchips.
Thin Film Today have recently announced the launch of the 2nd Thin Film Solar Summit US, taking place on December 1-2 in San Francisco. Speakers from the DOE, the three largest thin-film manufacturers and many other industry leaders will discuss crucial issues on securing finance and latest technological advances that reduces costs and boost efficiencies.
Researchers at Swansea University's Centre for NanoHealth have been awarded GBP1 million by the Research Councils' Nanoscience through Engineering to Application cross-council programme to analyse the levels at which nanoparticles can be deemed safe within cells.
Researchers in California are reporting development of a so-called 'NanoPen' that could provide a quick, convenient way of laying down patterns of nanoparticles - from wires to circuits - for making futuristic electronic devices, medical diagnostic tests, and other much-anticipated nanotech applications.
A research team led by Lucas Pelkmans at ETH Zurich has managed to decipher a well-known phenomenon that had, until now, remained unexplained: why cells of the same type can react differently and what the reason for this is.
The Inaugural International Conference on Surface Metrology will bring scientists and engineers from more than 10 disciplines to WPI between Oct. 26 and 28 to explore how studying the roughness of surfaces can reveal a wealth of useful information.