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How atomic scale devices are transforming electronics

After more than a decade of research advances, scientists and technologists are learning to measure and manipulate matter to create fundamentally different electronic devices. In a special discussion, three experts recently explored the dynamics making this possible and why these new advances are exciting researchers.

Posted: Jul 5th, 2012

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Launch of organs-on-a-chip

Hundreds of micro-organs mimicked on a chip, with minuscule channels that serve as blood vessels. These devices can raise drug development to a new level and reduce animal testing.

Posted: Jul 5th, 2012

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OECD releases report on Inhalation Toxicity Testing for Nanomaterials

The expert meeting on Inhalation Toxicity Testing for Nanomaterials was held on 19-20 October 2011 in The Hague, hosted by the Netherlands, with the aim of discussing the results of the OECD Sponsorship Programme on this specific topic and addressing issues relevant to inhalation toxicity.

Posted: Jul 4th, 2012

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A new filtration system capable of retaining up to 95% of nanoparticles

The Environmental Unit of the Tecnalia Technology Corporation, the Basque Foundation for Health Innovation and Research (BIOEF) and Fluytec, a company specialising in filtration solutions, have developed a filtration system capable of retaining 95% of nanoparticles thanks to the results of the SIFINA project.

Posted: Jul 4th, 2012

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Molecule changes magnetism and conductance

Researchers from Karlsruhe, Strasbourg, and Japan have now developed a magnetic memory with one bit per molecule. By an electric pulse, the metal-organic molecule can be switched reliably between a conductive, magnetic state and a low-conductive, non-magnetic state.

Posted: Jul 4th, 2012

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Catalysis: Blueprint for a break-up

Computer simulations reveal how rhodium catalysts with 'stepped' surface structures break ethanol molecules into hydrogen atoms and why they are so efficient.

Posted: Jul 4th, 2012

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