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Help with dispersing and particles

Customers contact me every day regarding how to use a sonicator to disperse or deagglomerate their nanoparticles.  When used properly the sonicator works very well for most applications.  I have written a brief summary with advice on common problems such as how deep to insert a probe into the liquid and what shape and size vessel works best.  I did a recent presentation and the audience found it very helpful.  Please review the PDF:…


Added by Marc Lustig on June 5, 2012 at 5:45pm — No Comments

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Sensitivity of Immunoassays Increased

In order to do that they used standard biological tools with the combination of nanotechnology. Lead researcher Stephen Chou, of the Joseph C. Elgin Professor of Engineering, was of the view that the increased sensitivity of the test will help doctors ...…


Added by TINC on June 3, 2012 at 6:00pm — No Comments

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Lewis University Plans Nanotechnology Camp

The Lewis University Nanotechnology Experience summer camp will take place Monday through Wednesday, June 18-20, at Lewis University's main campus, 1 University Parkway, Romeoville. The day camp provides an opportunity for high school students entering ...…


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Postdoctoral Research Assistant

Location: England

Date Posted: June 03, 2012

The Department of Engineering Science, Begbroke Science Park, Oxford Grade 7: £29,249 - £35,938 p.a. A position is available for an experienced postdoctoral chemist to work on a project funded by EPSRC to exploit and accelerate the development of novel, patented, nanoparticles. The position is fixed-term for 24 months from the 1 August 2012 and will be…


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Toxicology Testing Strategies for Nanomaterials

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Graphene used to created the world's smallest Olympic games logo ever

A research team from IBM Research in Zurich helped to create the smallest Olympic logo ever - made from five carbon rings in graphene, this is rather cool:

Added by TINC on June 2, 2012 at 8:50pm — No Comments

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Expert warns of impacts post Rio +20

*Expert warns of impacts post Rio +20

"The speech for the Rio +20 sells the idea that the solution of all problems lies in technology, and is not"



Added by Andre Luiiz Aguiar_NanoLei on June 2, 2012 at 8:13pm — No Comments

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Theoretical Physics of Hybrid Quantum Devices

Title: Theoretical Physics of Hybrid Quantum Devices

Department: Dept of Physics and Astronomy

Employer: Macquarie University

Location: Sydney, Australia

Posted: Jun 01

We invite applications for PhD studentships (covers fees and

provides ~25k/yr stipend for 3.5yrs), on the topic of the

Theoretical Physics of Hybrid Quantum Systems This project

involves studying and developing the theory behind interfacing




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