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New nanobiotechnology magazine launched at Johns Hopkins

Posted on May 14, 2010 at 8:25pm 1 Comment

Download a free pdf of the new NanoBio Magazine from Johns Hopkins Institute for NanoBioTechnology.
Click here…

Symphony of Science explores cosmos anew by setting scientists’ words music

Posted on March 5, 2010 at 3:05pm 0 Comments

If the inner workings of a cell inspire you or the vastness of space causes you to ponder human existence, then you’ll probably appreciate the musical endeavors of John Boswell, creator of the popular…

Faking science data is no joke, except on TV's Big Bang Theory

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Research can be frustrating, and researchers can act like real jerks when their experiments fail or don’t produce the expected results. But is this ever a reason to falsify data? The season premier of the popular CBS television show “The Big Bang Theory,” which aired Sept. 21, dealt with the ethics and consequences of faking results.

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At 12:20pm on December 24, 2010,
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Sheo Kumar Mishra

Hi, Mary

How are You? First of all I wish to yu very happy New Year 2011 in advance..........

I want pdf version of ur matter. I am facing some problem........ Plz help for pdf version of this....

My mail ID: sheokumarmishra@gmail.com. I am working in nanotech. and synthesis and characterization of nanophosphors for device application such as Photodetector, sensors etc. and also want to work for Communication area as wel as for medical application of nanophosphors.

Plz suggest me one the lab where i can put my expertise  (device level) for fabrication as well as to learn more abut nanomedicine application.....

At 7:10am on June 13, 2010,
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Dear Mary Spiro,
Can I get pdf's of your writting.
My e-mail id- ms.kadam@gmail.com

thanks and regards,
At 5:26pm on January 16, 2010,
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Have you this paper?
H. Masuda and K.Fukuda,“Ordered metal nanohole array made by a two-step replication of honeycomb structures of anodic alumina,”Science 268, 1466–1468 (1995).
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At 10:41am on November 14, 2009,
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kirupa krishnan
Respected Mam,
I am an M.Tech (food process engineering) student, i am working on nano-encapsulation of antioxidants, i would like to know if any work is been carried out in your institute in this field.
with regards,
At 6:21pm on November 11, 2009,
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prabhakar nanus
hello, i am prabhakar, doing masters in nanotechnology. i would like to know more abt the ionic complementary peptide nanostructures. how they are self assembling and how they r stable in alpha to beta transition in biosystem? i read articles say that they r used for neuronal diseases like alzhimer's, prions disease. etc.....how they cross the blood brain barrier?
can u suggest me where can i get these informations. waiting for ur reply madam.
At 7:16pm on October 4, 2009,
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Vyrakkannu Lakshmana kumar PhD
Little busy,
I will check the thing,
how is your Husbend,child,all,
happi devali
At 2:43pm on August 20, 2009,
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Dr. Anita
Dear Mary,
Thanks for sending the link . Can a physicist or a chemist pursue a diploma course in biotechnology or you need a background of biotechnology to take up the course.
At 4:07pm on August 19, 2009,
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Dr. Anita
Hello Mary ,
Thanks for clarifying the details about your teaching field. You have written that you study biotechnology. Can you tell me in your Institute whether any Diploma courses in biotechnology is available. If so what are the requirements. Can you provide your mail Id.

Bye for now.
At 2:48pm on August 19, 2009,
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Dr. Anita
Hello Mary,
So how are you doing. It is really nice to know that you are a teacher and your subjects include biotechnology and nanobiotechnology. Since from optoelectrodevices I have moved to proteomics I think I can have discussions with you regarding this biotechnology ...............

Have a nice day

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