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DWCNTs INDUCE IL-1β SECRETION IN HUMAN MONOCYTES

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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:

http://www.graphene-info.com/smallest-olympic-logo-ever-created-graphene

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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"

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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

different...



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Postdoc position in molecular spectroscopy

A (senior) postdoctoral position for up to five years is available in the laser
molecular spectroscopy and environmental physics group of 
Otto Dopfer at the Technical University of Berlin, Germany.
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How nanotechnology is shaping stem cell research - The Guardian

Nanoscientists have developed a technique that allows them to transform stem cells into bone cells on command. But could the process be used to treat deadly ...…

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New NIOSH Document Highlights Safe Practices for Working with Nanomaterials

As our knowledge of nanotechnology increases, so too will our efforts to provide additional guidance materials for working safely with engineered nanomaterials. Nanotechnology, the manipulation of matter at a nanometer scale to produce new materials, ...…

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MU to Help Rebuild Engineering Education in Iraq

Train UoT scientists in nanotechnology: Iraqi scientists will be prepared for training students in nanotechnology. Develop the UoT career center and professional development program: MU will train the UoT Career Center director in best practices for ...…

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NPHS Students do cutting-edge nanotechnology research

That is the reality for 26 North Penn High School seniors who displayed their nanotechnology research Wednesday. Teacher Michael Boyer said the Engineering Academy at NPHS began in 2000 and students have engaged in nanotechnology research since 2005.

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nanotimes 12-04 :: April/May 2012

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Revealing atomic scale steps of graphene by light microscopy

Dear All,



we have uploaded to our homepage



    http://www.nanotechnology.hu



our new paper entitled



Kertész,K.;Koós,A.,A.;Murdock,

A.,T.;Vértesy,Z.;Nemes-Incze,P.;Szabó,P.,J.;Horváth,Z.,E.;Tapasztó,L.;Hwang,Ch.;Grobert,N.;Biró,L.,P.:

POLARIZED LIGHT MICROSCOPY OF CHEMICAL-VAPOR-DEPOSITION-GROWN GRAPHENE ON COPPER;

Appl. Phys. Lett. 100,…
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