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Study Suggests Risk Assessment of Nanomaterials at the Workplace

The Bavarian Environmental and Food Safety Authority has recently published the report „Nanomaterials at the workplace – Exposition, health risks and prevention measures“. Despite rapide growth in nanotechnology application there is still little known about potential hazards for human health and the environment. The study identifies employees to be especially exposed to nanotechnology risks…


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Carbon Nanotubes Might Cause Tumors in Mice

NIOSH Researchers report preliminary findings in which mice were exposed by inhalation to multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWCNT). The study was designed to investigate whether these tiny particles have potential to initiate or promote cancer. These results indicate that MWCNT can increase the risk of cancer in mice exposed to a known carcinogen. The study does not suggest that MWCNTs alone…


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Nanotechnology Helps Packaging Smarten Up

In the near future packaging will be much more than a simple external protective wrapper or support for product advertising. Biotechnologist Christoph Meili outlines the major role nanotechnology will play.


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Swiss Councellor of State Ivo Bischofberger: "Young people should get in touch with Nanotechnology."

In the editorial of the recent TA-Swiss newsletter the Councellor of State Dr. Ivo Bischofberger claims under the title "Understanding - not ignoring nanotechnology" that already young people and children should be familiarized with nanotechnology at an early stage. "Swiss…


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NANO-IBCT Conference 20-24 May 2013 in Sopot (Poland)

Dear Colleagues,

We have a pleasure to make the First Announcement of the The 2nd

NANO-IBCT Conference 2013 which will be held during 20-24 May, 2013

in Training and Rehabilitation Center of Gdansk University of Technology

in Sopot, Poland.

The 2nd Nano-IBCT Conference is organized within the COST framework of

the Action MP1002 (Nano-scale Insights into Ion Beam Cancer Therapy).

More details about the Nano-IBCT 2013 you can find on the web…


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Nanotechnology Research Groups Database: Nanoscale Function Group

Nanotech-research group name: Nanoscale Function Group

Webpage link:

University/Institute: Conway Institute, University College Dublin

Group leader (senior scientist): Suzanne Jarvis

Country: Ireland

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CeNSE Video

Please see the video,


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science of small


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Nanotechnology Research Groups Database: BioLim's Nano Research Group

Nano-research group name: BioLim's Nano Research Group

Webpage link: …


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Scheduled Maintenance on Wednesday, March 27 from 10pm-1am Pacific

We will be performing maintenance on The Internation NanoScience Community on Wednesday, March 27 between 10pm and 1am Pacific Time. During this time,The Internation NanoScience Community will be unavailable. We hope this won’t be too much of an inconvenience as we work to perform some necessary upgrades.

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2nd NanomeetsBio@Nanomates

Dear Collegues,

please receive information about NanomeetsBio@Nanomates May 2nd University of Salerno (ITALY)


This edition will be focused on the development and applications of state of the art and beyond molecular and atomic level computational techniques.…


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Graphene and Molybdenite based flash memory is efficient, flexible, small and fast

Researchers from EPFL designed a new flash memory cell prototype that is made from graphene and Molybdenite (MoS2). They say that the new design is efficient, flexible, small and fast. The idea is that the unique electronic properties of MoS2 (it has an "idea energy band") are combined with graphene's excellent conductivity:…


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BioNanoNet News 2013/01 AND NANOFORCE-Newsletter Nr.2

1) The BioNanoNet-Newsletter 2013/01 (including partner-description of Institute for Chemistry and Technology of Materials Graz University of Technology) can now be downloaded here:,german/

2) You can download the NANOFORCE-Newsletter (English version):…


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Check out the new Journal of Self-Assembly and Molecular Electronics!

Dear Readers,

Welcome to our new cross-disciplinary journal devoted to self-assembly and molecular electronics. These are the two pillars that are required to fulfill the dream of bottom-up nanotechnology. This journal will be open to both theoretical and experimental works coming from all walks of science and engineering: Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Material Science, Mechanical, Electrical and Medical Engineering, Bio- and Nanotechnology. We envisage the journal as a part of a…


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colour up sometimes

Talk like an Egyptian: Ancient paint used to decorate Pharoahs’ tombs is set to be the basis of telecommunication devices:


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New graphene-based earphone-sized speaker

Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, have developed a new graphene-based earphone-sized speaker - that can actually outperform the best earphones. They say that even with almost no specialized acoustic design, it performs comparably to a high quality commercial headsets (a Sennheiser MX-400 earphone, in fact). The graphene speaker is also highly efficient:…


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INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE: NanoValid Training Workshop

1st Announcement:

INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE: NanoValid Training Workshop

Advanced Characterisation of Nanomaterials: September 16th -…


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Nanoporöse Polymere für die Wasseraufbereitung (in German)

Im Rahmen eines von der Deutschen Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) geförderten Projekts wird im AK Poröse Polymere in der Abteilung Kolloidchemie ab sofort ein/e Mitarbeiter/in zur Promotion gesucht.

Nanoporöse Polymere sollen bezüglich ihrer Anwendbarkeit für Aufgaben in der adsorptiven Wasseraufbereitung (Entfernung von Schwermetallen und anorg. Oxyanionen) untersucht werden. Neben der Untersuchung der Trenneigenschaften und der zugrunde liegenden, noch unzureichend verstandenden,…


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Vacancies: Two Early Stage Researcher (PhD) Positions

Applications are invited for two early stage researcher (PhD) positions in the laboratory of Prof. Suzi Jarvis located in the UCD Conway Institute for Biomolecular and Biomedical Research, University College Dublin. The positions form part of the ACRITAS Marie Curie Initial Training Network (ITN), a major European research project focussed on…


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