What are your colleagues reading in Nano Letters?…
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France – Invited Country at ImagineNano 2013
Pavilion and 40 French invited speakers announced
Madrid (Spain): February 26, 2013
The organizers of ImagineNano are pleased to announce France as the Invited Country at this year’s edition. Forty French invited…Continue
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Dear friends. We are Glad to inform you that our college is Conducting a Two days CSIR Sponsored National Level Conference On "CARBON NANOTUBES IC's" on 26 &27th March 2013. Seeking more number of participants from your college/Industries. For more detail refer our pamphlet. We Welcome you all. BEST REGARDS, M.SANTHOSH Assitant Prof/ECE ARASU ENGINEERING COLLEGE, KUMBAKONAM THANJAVUR (DISTRICT) TAMILNADU CELL : 099433 55429
the education program of the future will change
so please: share your experiences and what you want to have changed now
using the EC nanoeis project to structure education following your and the next generation needs
(for companies and universities please use…
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"Nanotechnology-for Malaria Eradication in India .Gold nanoparticles as diagnostic tool for cancer. Published in "nanotech insights " CKMNT."
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Title: Scientist - Microfluidic Biosensor
Employer: Institute of Microelectronics
Posted: Feb 24
Responsibilities: • Design and prototype miniaturized system for
Lab-on-chip • Develop optical biosensors in the area of bacteria
growth monitoring • Extensive lab work designing and executing
experiments, and analyzing data Requirements: •...
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April 16-17, 2013 | Minneapolis, Minnesota
Find answers and solutions to your nanomanufacturing challenges at the MicroManufacturing Conference & Exhibits featuring the Medical Manufacturing Innovation Series, going beyond micro, on April 16-17, 2013 in Minneapolis.
With multiple sessions covering new applications, new technology, new processes, case studies, and the…Continue
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Postdoctoral positions in Theoretical Nanoscience are available in the group of Professor Ignacio Franco in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Rochester, Rochester N.Y. The preferred start date is September 2013. Two research directions are open. The first involves theoretical modeling of the ultrafast laser manipulation of electronic properties and dynamics in nanomaterials by means of non-resonant laser fields. A second project concerns the simulation and theoretical…Continue
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NANOEIS FP7 (Nanotechnology Education for Industry and Society) I a project where NANOfutures is also involved. In order to estimate the present and future needs of companies regarding trained job force on nanotechnology, we have prepared a brief and anonymous on-line survey to gather some info.
Please find it at: http://nanoeis.eu/questionnaire and take a chance to influence the training of your future…Continue
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CQM has 4 positions available in the field of mass spectrometry, clay catalysts for biomass conversion and dendrimers.
Dead line for applications: 1 of March (17h, Portuguese time)
1-Job Reference: CQM-13-01/BGCT-MS
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Purdue University researchers have received a five-year $14.5 million National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to expand the globally used nanoHUB.org online science and engineering gateway.
"Our long-term vision for the Cyber Platform is to use the nanoHUB as an online nano society that researchers, practitioners, educators and students depend on daily," said Purdue Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Gerhard Klimeck, principal investigator of the Purdue Cyber…Continue
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in last week’s incredible increase of your activity was monitored in The International NanoScience Community. News, job offers, events information’s, fresh publications were shared by researchers and students coming from different countries. Nanopaprika reaches its goal, to serve the international Nanotech…Continue
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Sphere Fluidics, an early-stage, Cambridge-based company focusing on developing novel products and services for single cell analysis, has just completed a £1.6…Continue
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Sphere Fluidics Limited is a growing Life Sciences company which has developed a new technology platform for single cell analysis and characterisation. The Company has delivered multiple, successful R&D partnerships and has recently received Series A investment. Due to growth, we are now looking for several, talented people to join our team:
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It’s my great pleasure to inform you that,
We at our College, Rajarambapu college of Pharmacy, Kasegaon have organized ICMR New Delhi, sponsored Two Day National Seminar on “Regulatory Affairs and Quality Assurance in Phytopharmaceuticals”,held on 27th and 28th Feb 2013.
The Conveners & organizing committee invites and…Continue
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The SPICA mission is planned as a continuation of the Japanese AKARI and the HERSCHEL mission from the European Space Agency in the far and mid infrared. Besides the telescope contribution from ESA, European institutions have been involved actively in SPICA through SAFARI (SpicA FAr infraRed Instrument) that will contribute with an image spectrometer in the far infrared, from 30 to 210 µm.
Spain, through CAB-INTA-CSIC and IMM-CSIC has participated actively…
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Spanish Research Council CSIC
Tres Cantos Madrid, Spain
The SPICA mission is planned as a continuation of the Japanese AKARI and the HERSCHEL mission from the European Space Agency in the far and mid infrared. Besides the telescope contribution from ESA, European institutions have been involved actively in…
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Platonic Fullerene Chemistry, Nanotechnology, Liberty, Freedom, Science and the US Constitution
Professor Robert Pope
The Science-Art Research Centre of Australia Inc.
Global Celebrity Diamond Status Ezinearticles, under the auspices of the Science-Art Research Centre of…
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