A research team led by Prof. PAN Jianwei with the University of Science and Technology of China, the Chinese Academy of Sciences, has been successful in performing Shor's algorithm, a quantum algorithm for factorization, on an optical quantum computer.
For dry machining, high hardness and high oxidation-resistance are both important. That's why superhard nanocomposites, which represent a new, advanced generation of wear protective coatings boosting such advantages as high hardness and high oxidation, are important to dry machining.
Nanomedicine pioneer Mauro Ferrari, Ph.D., and colleagues at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston have developed a new way to get intravenous agents for cancer and other diseases to the parts of the body where they‚??re needed most and to reduce the amount that goes to others areas where unintended injury can occur.
More than $1 million will go toward the NDSCS Nanoscience Technology program, which can provide unique opportunities to its students that will meet the current needs of business and industry in North Dakota and around the nation.
The organizers of International VLSI Conference have announced an international Student Conference providing an opportunity for 2000 Student delegates to participate and to interact with leading VLSI and Embedded Systems Architects, Technology experts and, to take part in a series of technology and product presentations at the 2 International Conference on VLSI Design and 7th International Conference on Embedded Systems.
The Institute of Nanotechnology (IoN) in the UK is offering a 50% discount (¬£200) if you register before the end of the year for their upcoming nanotechnology conference Nanotechnology for Security and Crime Prevention.
The Alliance for NanoHealth, a consortium made up of seven Houston-area research institutions, including The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston, is slated to receive $2.2 million in new federal funding.
The National Science Foundation is preparing to rule on whether to renew a five-year grant for the Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing at the University of New Hampshire (UNH) and Northeastern University, and group members say it's an important decision for industry in the state.