Member of Parliament Royal Galipeau, on behalf of the Honourable Jim Prentice, Minister of Industry and Minister responsible for the National Research Council Canada (NRC), will announce the winners of a special nanotechnology research funding competition on April 24.
Promising to transform solar power from a 'boutique' option to an affordable, dependable, mainstream energy solution, MIT and the Chesonis Family Foundation launched a 'solar revolution' with the ultimate aim of making solar energy America's primary carbon-free fuel.
Dr. Jamal Deen, professor of electrical and computer engineering at McMaster University, has been awarded a prestigious Humboldt Research Award for his work in electrical, electronic and communications engineering.
Silicon is the workhorse among semiconductors in electronics. But in opto-electronics, where light signals are processed along with electronic signals, a semiconductor that is capable of emitting light is needed, which silicon can't do very well. Here gallium-arsenide (GaAs) is the workhorse, especially in the creation of light emitting diodes (LED) and LED lasers.
The City School District of Albany and the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering of the University at Albany will build on the success of their pioneering 'NanoHigh' program by partnering to present the first-ever Capital Region NanoEducation Summit on Wednesday, April 23 at CNSE's Albany NanoTech Complex.
A new method that uses nanotechnology to rapidly measure minute amounts of insulin is a major step toward developing the ability to assess the health of the body's insulin-producing cells in real time.
For almost half a century, scientists have struggled with plutonium contamination spreading further in groundwater than expected, increasing the risk of sickness in humans and animals. It was known nanometer-sized clusters of plutonium oxide were the culprit, but until now no one had been able to study its structure or find a way to separate it from the groundwater.
The World Science Festival will get underway in New York City on May 28 with an announcement naming the laureates of the three inaugural $1 million Kavli Prizes, honoring researchers in astrophysics, nanoscience, and neuroscience.