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Nanoscale magnetic media diagnostics by rippling spin waves

Memory devices based on magnetism are one of the core technologies of the computing industry, and engineers are working to develop new forms of magnetic memory that are faster, smaller, and more energy efficient than today's flash and SDRAM memory. They now have a new tool - a method to detect defects in magnetic structures as small as a tenth of a micrometer even if the region in question is buried inside a multilayer electronic device.

Posted: Apr 3rd, 2012

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Seeing the music in nature

From spider webs to tangled proteins, Markus Buehler finds the connections between mathematics, molecules and materials.

Posted: Apr 3rd, 2012

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Take the nanomanufacturing survey

The National Nanomanufacturing Network is conducting a survey of nanomanufacturing community members to better understand the avenues that people use to stay informed about advances in nanomanufacturing.

Posted: Apr 2nd, 2012

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NaoThailand Conference to take place next week

The conception of NanoThailand 2012: "Nanotechnology for the Benefits of Mankind", which will be held during April 9-11, 2012 in Khon Kaen, Thailand, is to be a premier international conference and a series of exhibition in Nanotechnology, bringing together world-leading researchers, Thai scientists, entrepreneurs, business partners and exhibitors, in several focused areas of science and technology at the nanoscale.

Posted: Apr 2nd, 2012

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Nanotechnology coming into focus April 4-5 in Durham, NC

This week, North Carolina's advocate for nanobiotechnology innovation, the Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology (COIN), is co-hosting a rare opportunity for Triangle life science and technology professionals to gain access to some of the top talent on nanotechnology from across the nation representing academia, government and private sector interests.

Posted: Apr 2nd, 2012

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Self-sculpting sand (w/video)

New algorithms could enable heaps of "smart sand" that can assume any shape, allowing spontaneous formation of new tools or duplication of broken mechanical parts.

Posted: Apr 2nd, 2012

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Microscopic, sub-volcanic visions

The University of bristol has taken delivery of a powerful new type of analytical electron microscope - the first installation of its type in a UK higher education institution.

Posted: Mar 31st, 2012

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