Sharing knowledge and testing innovative solutions to better manage Alberta's water resources are the foundation of a world-class research agreement between the Alberta Water Research Institute and GE Water and Process Technologies.
The College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering of the University at Albany will hold a Job Fair this month to assist in recruiting qualified candidates for new engineering positions that will play a critical role in expanding a variety of leading-edge programs in nanoelectronics research and development.
The Nanotechnology Knowledge Transfer Network (NanoKTN), one of the UK's primary knowledge-based networks for Micro and Nanotechnologies, has announced a 20-month partnership with Bio Nano Consulting (BNC) Ltd and the creation of the NanoKTN's fourth theme, Bionano and Nanomedicine.
Europe is ready to accelerate development of nanotechnologies for sustainable energy systems, as delegates heard at a recent conference, Nanotechnology for Sustainable Energy, organised by the European Science Foundation.
The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) Shanghai Institutes for Biological Sciences (SIBS) signed, on 25 September in Shanghai, a collaboration protocol with QIAGEN, a Netherlands holding company and world leading provider of sample and assay technologies, to develop new molecular testing solutions to improve the safety of food products.
The University of Minnesota Materials Research Science and Engineering Center announced today that it has received $16.8 million in renewed funding over the next six years from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
The Nanoscale Function Group, University College Dublin, and Asylum Research are pleased to sponsor the 2008 AFM Forum and Workshop.The Forum is organized for scientists to share and exchange their cutting-edge research being carried out in both materials and life sciences.
A memorandum of understanding was signed today by Imperial College and the National Physical Laboratory (NPL), the UK's National Measurement Institute, to facilitate increased research collaborations between the two organizations.
Researchers report that they have successfully produced two-layer thin films where neither layer is superconducting on its own, but which exhibit a nanometer-thick region of superconductivity at their interface.
Smarter catalysts that could help the chemical industry to cut costs and beat ever-more stringent government regulations were showcased at CPhI, the pharmaceutical ingredient trade show, held in Frankfurt, Germany, 30 September to 2 October.