Researchers from the University of Minnesota have demonstrated a one-step technique for producing a class of magnetic nanoparticles that could be used in everything from biomedical applications to data storage.
Conductor paths in sensor systems have to be correctly 'wired'. Now, instead of using obtrusive connecting wires, researchers print the conductor paths. The connections thus produced are thinner, and the sensor delivers more accurate measurements.
The fate of carbon-based nanoparticles spilled into groundwater - and the ability of municipal filtration systems to remove the nanoparticles from drinking water - depend on subtle differences in the solution properties of the water carrying the particles, a new study has found.
Mit der Dialog-Initiative 'nanoTruck - Hightech aus dem Nanokosmos', einem brandneuen rollenden Ausstellungsformat des Bundesministeriums fuer Bildung und Forschung (BMBF), wartet am 16. Mai ein ganz besonderes Highlight auf die Besucher des diesjaehrigen Offenen Campus des FH-Standortes Zweibruecken
The Harvard-MIT Division of Health Science and Technology and The Journal of Life Sciences announced today the formation of a strategic partnership committed to fostering greater understanding of the convergence of computing, engineered devices, and biological innovation within healthcare.
USDA's Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES) released the latest episode of Partners Video Magazine titled The Science of Small, a 30-minute exploration into the groundbreaking world of nanotechnology.
The International Center for Technology Assessment (CTA) and a coalition of consumer, health, and environmental groups today filed a legal petition with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), demanding the agency use its pesticide regulation authority to stop the sale of numerous consumer products now using nano-sized versions of silver.