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How to avoid traps in plastic electronics

Plastic electronics hold the promise of cheap, mass-produced devices. But plastic semiconductors have an important flaw: the electronic current is influenced by "charge traps" in the material. These traps, which have a negative impact on plastic light-emitting diodes and solar cells, are poorly understood.

Jul 30th, 2012

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NanotechItaly - International Conference on nanotechnologies

The idea to launch Nanotechitaly was based on the awareness that even if activity and interest for nanotechnology in Italy is quite strong and involves considerable resources both in the public research and industry, there wasn't an high level Conference on nanotechnology dealing with application and technology transfer.

Jul 28th, 2012

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'Diving board' sensors key to DNA detection

A tiny vibrating cantilever sensor could soon help doctors and field clinicians quickly detect harmful toxins, bacteria and even indicators of certain types of cancer from small samples of blood or urine.

Jul 27th, 2012

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Safe handling of advanced nanomaterials

Although scientists do not have all the information necessary for detailed risk assessment, several factors demonstrate the need to pursue the necessary research and, in the meantime, to take prudent steps to control exposures.

Jul 27th, 2012

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