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Bugs in the SEM

Taking pictures of bugs with a scanning electron microscope is a way to encourage interest in microscopy among younger students and children.  (I really enjoy it myself.)  Getting the best image of our insect friends can be something of a challenge though.  In this blog I will describe some basic techniques for imaging bugs.Think…See More
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HITEC Conference Denver 2012

I attended the HITEC Conference in Denver last week as part of the Nano-Link Group.  HITEC stands for High Impact Technology Exchange Conference and is funded through the National Science Foundation Advanced Technology Education program (NSF ATE).  High tech brings together technical educators from many different disciplines…See More
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Bugs in the SEM

Posted on September 28, 2012 at 11:38pm 0 Comments

Taking pictures of bugs with a scanning electron microscope is a way to encourage interest in microscopy among younger students and children.  (I really enjoy it myself.)  Getting the best image of our insect friends can be something of a challenge though.  In this blog I will describe some basic techniques for imaging…

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HITEC Conference Denver 2012

Posted on August 1, 2012 at 9:16pm 0 Comments

I attended the HITEC Conference in Denver last week as part of the Nano-Link Group.  HITEC stands for High Impact Technology Exchange Conference and is funded through the National Science Foundation Advanced Technology Education program (NSF ATE).  High tech brings together technical educators from many different…

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Scale of Things

Posted on July 2, 2012 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

This is my new favorite scale of things site.

http://htwins.net/scale2/?bordercolor=white

This site lets you zoom into the nanoscale and further into the far subatomic and you can zoom out to the size of the universe.  You can get interesting information and trivia by clicking on the objects.  It includes many more objects than other similar sites.  Very fun to explore.

Battery Technology

Posted on June 9, 2011 at 7:36pm 0 Comments

I was reading some research on battery technology and asked to express my opinion so I thought I would do it on this blog.

You can read the news article at the following site:Semi-Solid Flow Cells or the research article at Semi-Solid Lithium Rechargeable Flow Battery .

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At 5:26pm on June 14, 2011,
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Dr. PRATIMA SRIVASTAVA
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No doubt article is very interesting and it's matter of real imagination work which could comeout to work in practicle work. if you like we could discusse it in more details.

With best wishes

Dr. Pratima  SRIVASTAVA

At 4:08pm on March 16, 2011,
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I am shashi rana from india, working as senior assistant professor in deptt. of Electronics in india's premier university Guru Nanak dev university amritsar , India. I am persuing my ph.d. work on synthesis and characterisation of undoped and doped zinc oxide nanoparticle. Regarding literature and current development in this field please guide me.

 

At 8:49pm on April 1, 2010,
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Aarju Mathew Koshy
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Happy Birthday
At 6:47am on August 13, 2009,
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Dr.Jayachandran Venkatesan
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thanx for adding.. excellent blogs....
At 3:41pm on May 22, 2009,
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Raghavendran T E
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Dear Hans,

My hearty and sincere gratitude for setting up such a splendid lecture series. I hope to read them. And, hey, your materials are good too. :)

Have fun with your lectures!
At 4:50pm on January 18, 2009,
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MADHU
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Respected Sir,
My name is Madhu and I am pursuing Master's in Nanotechnology from Amity Institute of Nanotechnology, INDIA. I have completed my Bachelor's in biotechnology.
Sir, according to our course curriculum, I am asked to pursue an year of dissertation in the field of my interest and my main interest is in the field of bionanotechnology. I request you kindly guide me about universities where i could meet up this requirements.
At 9:08am on January 10, 2009,
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K. MOHAN
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thanks for becoming my friend. your blogs are educative. give me some time to catch up with your full blogs.
At 4:38pm on October 15, 2008,
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Dr. Prashant Kumar
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Dr. mikelson, I think I will do one thing, I will sendm my CV to you and as and when your company decides, or else any of your friend who are working in a nanotechnolology or application of nanostructured materials etc., u can inform me that. I am sorry that I am becoming very selfish in friendship. I can assure you that I can put all my efforts to develop new material or its applications. thanks in advance and many regards.
At 6:24am on October 15, 2008,
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Dr. Mikelson, I am glad that now you are my friend on international nanoscience community. well this is the matter I have been busy with for quite a few time. I want to go for the application of nanostructured surfaces (silicon, BSG glass, alumina and graphite; as I have got in my ph.d. also I want some front, some platform where I can apply my intution to synthesize nanowire and nanodots. can you please convery to me how about nanorite.org?
At 9:13am on October 11, 2008,
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ur blog is quite usefull for all of us in nanotech, nanoscience. I would like to request you to please convey to me if u find any opportunity for post doctoral post in nanotechnology. I have done ph.d in a nanotechnology topic "non-lithographic techniques for surface nanostructuring especially the synthesis routes to nanowires and nanodots and its surface plasmonic and magnetc characterizations. thanks in advance. Delete Comment
 
 
 

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