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Workshop on 'Grouping and Read-Across for Nanomaterials'

This NIA Symposium will provide a discussion platform for exchange between companies and policy makers, in order to allow for a proactive approach in meeting the regulators' requirements for grouping- and read-across-approaches to nanomaterials, without hampering innovation and commercialization.

Oct 28th, 2013

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Scientists to gain from view inside of fuel cells with nano X-ray CT

Powerful scanners that give scientists a direct line of sight into hydrogen fuel cells are the latest tools Simon Fraser University researchers will use to help create more durable, lower-cost fuel cells. Use of these fuel cells in vehicles can substantially reduce harmful emissions in the transportation sector. The new Nano X-ray Computed Tomography tools will become part of a nationally unique fuel cell testing and characterization facility.

Oct 28th, 2013

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Researchers measure flow from a nanoscale fluid jet

Northwestern University researcher Sandip Ghosal and a team of collaborators from the UK and Spain have measured the flow from a fluid jet so tiny that it would require more than 8,000 years to fill a two-liter soda bottle.

Oct 28th, 2013

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Making complex nanoparticles easily reproducible

A pair of Case Western Reserve University researchers have received a $424,000 grant from the National Science Foundation's Division of Civil, Mechanical and Manufacturing Innovation, to streamline manufacturing and assembly for two-sided nanoparticles.

Oct 28th, 2013

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Tin for faster chips

Intensive research is being conducted worldwide on a material that promises a revolution in data processing. For the first time ever, physicists have now produced this from a very simple substance.

Oct 28th, 2013

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