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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The Science-Art Research Centre of Australia Inc.
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Further Information on events:
* 5th June, Vienna --> NANOFORCE-InfoDay, Joint Working Table and BioNanoNet-Networking-Event www.bionanonet.at/nanoforce-infodaya href="http://www.bionanonet.at/nanoforce-infoday" target="_blank">http://www.bionanonet.at/nanoforce-infoday>
* 28th June, Wr.Neustadt --> NanoProdEx-Workshop
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BioNanoNet is offering the special poster award for nanotoxikology at the following conferences: BioNanoMed-Conference ( http://www.bionanomed.at/ Krems, Austria), CLINAM 2013 ( https://www.clinam.org/ Basel, Switzerland), and Nanosciences&Nanotechnologies 2013 (…Continue
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It’s a pleasure to us to welcome you to the circle of interested persons of “EURO-NanoTox-Letters”. This online-journal will assist the communication of high-quality information within our field.
As Editors, our goals are to maximize the quality and relevance of the publication’s content and to ensure, with the help of the…Continue
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Title of the paper: Human epithelial cells in vitro – Are they an advantageous tool to help understand the nanomaterial-biological barrier interaction?
Authors: Barbara Rothen-Rutishauser; Martin J.D. Clift; Corinne Jud; Alke Fink; Peter Wick
University/Institute: Adolphe Merkle Institute, University of Fribourg, Marly, Fribourg, Switzerland; Respiratory Medicine, Bern University Hospital, Bern, Switzerland; Empa, Swiss Federal Laboratories for Material Testing and…
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Applications are invited for a postdoctoral position at the University of Leicester, UK. The aim of the research will be to exploit helium nanodroplets to trap chemical reaction intermediates. Laser spectroscopy will then be applied to extract structural information. This approach is expected to provide important new information on key reaction intermediates and weakly-bound entrance and exit channel complexes on reaction potential energy surfaces.
The post holder will join a research…Continue
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We please to inform that Environmental Nanotechnology Analysis laboratory is now established under Environmental Engineering Programme, Departmental of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, MALAYSIA.
The Laboratory was funded by Professor Tan Sri Dr. Ghauth Jasmon, Vice chancellor (VC),University of Malaya and supported by the Associate Prof. Dr. Faisal Rafiq Bin Mohamd Adikan, Dean…Continue
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Title of the paper:LIGHT SCATTERING BEHAVIOR OF MAGNETIC FIELD INDU ED DIRECTIONAL SELF ASSEMBLY OF IRON OXIDE NANO PARTICLE SUSPENSION…Continue
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Title of the paper:Differential tunability effect on the optical properties of doped and undoped quantum dots…Continue
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Title of the paper: Composite supercapacitor electrodes made of activated carbon/PEDOT:PSS and activated carbon/doped PEDOT
Authors:Sonia T. S, Mini P. A, Nandhini R, Sujith Kalluri, Avinash Balakrishnan, S.…Continue
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Title of the paper: Supercapacitor electrodes using nanoscale activated carbon from graphite by ball milling
Authors: R Nandhini, P.A. Mini, B. Avinash, S.V. Nair, K.R.V. Subramanian
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