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Physicists discover important step for making light crystals

Ohio State University researchers have developed a new strategy to overcome one of the major obstacles to a grand challenge in physics. What they've discovered could eventually aid high-temperature superconductivity, as well as the development of new high-tech materials.

Posted: Apr 9th, 2009

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2009 Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum

On April 26, hundreds of students, staff, and faculty from premier Bay Area research universities and laboratories, as well as scientists and businesspeople from industry will converge at the 6th annual Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum.

Posted: Apr 9th, 2009

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IBM collaborates with CEA/Leti on nanoelectronics

CEA/Leti (the Electronics and Information Technology Laboratory of the CEA, based in Grenoble), and IBM today announced that they will collaborate on research in semiconductor and nanoelectronics technology.

Posted: Apr 9th, 2009

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Nanotechnology experiments could lead to more spectacular firework displays

Recent experiments to create a fast-reacting explosive by concocting it at the nanoscopic level could result in more spectacular firework displays. But more impressively, the method used to mix chemicals at that tiny scale could lead to new strong porous materials for high temperature applications, from thermal insulation in jet engines to industrial chemical reactors.

Posted: Apr 8th, 2009

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$6 million funding towards developing self-healing circuits

One novel way around the problem of failing computer chips is a so-called 'self-healing' circuit - one that can detect, isolate, and fix its own flaws, both by working around the defective transistors by modifying the properties of the rest of the system and introducing additional transistors into the system in a seamless fashion.

Posted: Apr 8th, 2009

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