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Progress in nano-optics

To constrain individual light particles in a way as to control their movement on computer chips and nanostructures: This might lead to new developments in information technology.

Posted: Nov 25th, 2013

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Scientists capture first image of hydrogen bonds

Chinese scientists have visualized hydrogen bonds through modified non-contact atomic force microscopy (AFM) for the first time in history, the National Center for Nanoscience and Technology (NCNST) said Friday.

Posted: Nov 25th, 2013

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Fortschritt in der Nano-Optik

Einzelne Lichtteilchen so bändigen, dass sich ihre Bewegung auf Computerchips und Nanostrukturen steuern lässt: Das könnte der Informationstechnik wichtige neue Impulse geben. Würzburger Physiker stellen jetzt einen Fortschritt auf diesem Gebiet vor.

Posted: Nov 25th, 2013

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The future of graphene in the UK

'If you can't measure it, you can't improve it and you can't control it' was the verdict of a National Physical Laboratory (NPL) roundtable discussion held at the Institute of Physics.

Posted: Nov 25th, 2013

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To treat cancer, is the force strong with nanorobots?

Since the drugs used to kill cancer cells are just as toxic to neigh­boring healthy cells, researchers have long cov­eted a drug delivery method that tar­gets cancer cells alone, while bypassing the healthy ones. One of these methods uti­lizes func­tional Mag­netic Res­o­nance Imaging, or fMRI, to steer drug-??filled mag­netic nanopar­ti­cles directly to tumor masses where they can safely dis­charge their con­tents.

Posted: Nov 22nd, 2013

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NANOTEC looking to make an impression at nanotech 2014

The Thailand team is coming to the show with elevated confidence as the team received a Special Award for its leading role in developing unique and innovative technology and products that have societal and economic impacts in the 2013 event.

Posted: Nov 22nd, 2013

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Weitere 10 Millionen Euro für Erforschung des Magnetismus im Nanokosmos

Der Sonderforschungsbereich (SFB) 668 der Universität Hamburg 'Magnetismus vom Einzelatom zur Nanostruktur' kann seine Arbeit fortsetzen. Die Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) bewilligte für die dritte Förderperiode des Forschungsverbunds Mittel in Höhe von ca. 10 Millionen Euro für weitere vier Jahre.

Posted: Nov 22nd, 2013

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