July 2011 Blog Posts (103)

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New Jobs - Nanotechnology

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Surely, Size Does Matter

                Image: η Carinae, a hypernova Credit: ESA/NASA/N. Smith [Univ California, Berkeley]  Source: Wikimedia


What follows is a slight revision of my initial response to the…


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Breakthrough Indentation Yield Strength Test by Nanovea

Indentation Yield Strength Test

July 14, 2011 – Irvine, CA – Nanovea today introduced its patent pending breakthrough method of reliably acquiring yield strength through indentation; ultimately replacing the traditional tensile testing machine for yield strength measurement.

Traditionally yield strength has been tested by using a tensile testing machine, a large instrument requiring enormous strength to pull apart metal, plastic and… Continue

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meet nanofutures at FUMAT



22-23.Sept Warsaw Poland

European Industrial Technologies Conference on Materials will be a major event concerning materials. It will be organized during the Polish Presidency of the Council of the EU in cooperation with the… Continue

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Nanotechnology jobs

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Graphene can be used to make high-density lithium-sulfur car batteries

Researchers from Stanford developed a new cathode material for rechargeable lithium-sulfur batteries - by wrapping sulfur particles in graphene sheets. This new cathode enables batteries with a significantly higher energy density than is currently possible. Such batteries can be used to power electric cars - and be much more efficient that today's batteries:…


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Making an Impact in Materials Science

The latest Impact Factors* have now been released –

Wiley's and Wiley-VCH's Materials…

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Nanopaprikáról a Klub rádióban (in Hungarian)

Nanomozaikról, Kémcső Jenőről, Nanopaprikáról is beszélt Spatula Sára ma a Klub Rádióban http://www.klubradio.hu/index.​php?id=163 (2. rész vége 3. rész…

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Rapid News Communications Launches Medical Plastics News

Rapid News Communications based in Chester, UK, has launched the only singular publication specifically dedicated to the manufacture of plastics for medical devices.


Medical Plastics News (MPN), published six times a year, is the industry’s only magazine designed for those working in and interested in medical plastics and was officially launched on June 29th.


Following extensive research by Rapid News Communications and a clear demand from industry…


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PhD Program in Advanced Materials (Stuttgart, Germany)

The International Max Planck School for Advanced Materials (IMPRS-AM) is a joint project of the Max Planck Institutes in Stuttgart and the University of Stuttgart. The research interests of the IMPRS-AM cover a broad spectrum from fundamental to performance-oriented chemistry, physics and materials science.

The research activities will be focused on three areas:

1) Physics and Chemistry in Low Dimensions

2) Interface Controlled Materials

3) Nano science

Describing the… Continue

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Nanomanufacturing Summit 2011 & 10th Annual NanoBusiness Conference - September 25-27, Boston, MA

Nanomanufacturing Summit 2011

Seaport Convention Center

Boston, MA

September 25-27, 2011

The Nanomanufacturing Summit 2011 will showcase technical contributions by experts and practitioners in the field of…


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Nanomanufacturing Weekly - 7.13.11

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Toshiba and Hynix to co-develop and produce MRAM chips

Toshiba and Hynix announced an agreement to jointly develop MRAM products. Once the development is complete, the companies intend to establish an MRAM production plant together. We believe the companies intend to develop STT-MRAM technology:


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Available nano-positions in Sevilla (Spain)

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Postdoctoral position (full time) in Materials Science / Biomaterials (Jena, Germany)

At the Institute of Materials Science and Technology (IMT), Chair of Materials Science, of the Friedrich-Schiller-University (FSU) Jena, Germany, the following position is available:

One postdoctoral position (full time) in Materials Science / Biomaterials

The position is available immediately and is initially for two years (extension possible). The successful applicant will have the opportunity to work at a state-of-the-art facility on biomaterials… Continue

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FSRM course "Photon Detection"

Photon Detection and Counting Techniques

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