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Are LED lights more efficient?

A major advantage to using LED lights is that since they are energy efficient, they last a lot longer.  This in turn, will result in you and your business generating a lot less trash for the landfills.  This causes another benefit of using energy efficient lighting.

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Added by Jake Brown on May 16, 2012 at 10:30am — No Comments


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Vírusokkal termeltettek elektromosságot a Berkeley kutatói (in Hungarian)

Washington, 2012. május 15., kedd (MTI) - Mindennapi tevékenységünkből, akár lépéseinkből nyerhetünk a jövőben elektromos energiát amerikai kutatók új technológiájával, amelyben génmérnökséggel létrehozott, töltéssel bíró vírusok alakítják át elektromossággá a mechanikus energiát.

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Negyedszer is: „AKI Kíváncsi Kémikus” nyári kutatótábor 2012. július 1. és július 7. között

A 2009., a 2010. és a 2011. évi kutatótáborok után az idén is várjuk a kémia iránt érdeklődő 10. és 11. osztályos középiskolások jelentkezését. A résztvevők egy héten keresztül dolgozhatnak a Természettudományi Kutatóközpont munkatársainak irányításával a legkülönbözőbb modern kutatási témákon.



A diákokat pályázat útján vesszük föl. A fiatalok kiválasztásakor a beküldött pályázat minősége a döntő, de vizsgáljuk motiváltságukat, és figyelembe vesszük eddigi eredményeiket is. A…

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The future comes soon enough

Moving on to even a more revolutionary science: No polytechnic institution can avoid the subject of nanotechnology. California Polytechnic State University offers a BS in Science, and Technology with electives in nanotechnology.…

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Are Virus-Powered Cell Phones Around the Corner?

Their research, published this month in Nature Nanotechnology, envisions a future in which viruses will help us take the energy from running, slamming doors, and climbing stairs and turn it into renewable energy we can use to power our gadgets.…

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Nanotechnology Researchers Find New Problem

Nanotechnology scientists at the University of Connecticut and the University of Michigan have introduced a new version of the well-known 'packing problem' dubbed as the 'filling problem.' The research team devised the new problem when ...…

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Tomorrow's webinar - Advancing AFM for Cell Biology: The Role of Forces in Cell Structure and Behavior

Atomic Force Microscopy Webinar Series - Advancing AFM for Cell Biology

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Berkeley Lab Scientists Generate Electricity From Viruses

Self-assembly is a much sought after goal in the finicky world of nanotechnology. The first part of the video shows how Berkeley Lab scientists harness the piezoelectric properties of a virus to convert the force of a finger tap into electricity.…

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Production Team Leader and other UK nanojobs

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LensAFM Webinar proceedings and Video available online

After the webinar that Nanosurf held last week about the LensAFM, I am pleased to inform you that the Webinar and the Video are now online on Nanosurf homepage:

 

http://www.nanosurf.com/index.cfm?content=040708…

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ST. PETERSBURG INTERNATIONAL FORUM IPhEB PHARMACY. MEDICAL INDUSTRY. BIOTECHNOLOGY. POST RELEASE

IPhEB International Forum on pharmacy, medical industry and biotechnology was successfully held in St. Petersburg, having gathered over 1,000 participants: heads of federal and regional authorities, defining the industry development policy, the largest higher educational institutions and research centers of the country, as well as companies from 18 regions of Russia and 15 countries.



The IPhEB 2012 Forum became one of the largest…

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Nanotubes could soon double, eventually quintuple battery life

Like almost every other problem, this issue can be solved with nanotechnology. Researchers at SLAC (the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, now called the Stanford National Accelerator Laboratory or SNAL, I guess) have made a silicon battery anode out ...…

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Harrisburg University senior sees future in nanotechnology

For his senior project, Rissler is integrating nanotechnology and the INCA system for medical stents. Rissler, 20, formerly of South Londonderry Township and now of the Myerstown area, was home-schooled, as were his 12 brothers and sisters…

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Engineering Project Assistant and other USA nanojobs

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Nanostructured electrocatalysts for water splitting in PEM Electrolyzers

The Electrochemical Energy, Catalysis, and Materials Engineering Group of the Department of Chemical Engineering at the Berlin Institute of Technology (Technische Universitaet Berlin, Germany) seeks to hire a Postdoctoral Research Associate in the field of electrochemical energy storage, in particular water electrolysis. Research will focus on the synthesis, physicochemical and electrochemical characterization of advanced nanostructured water splitting electrocatalysts.…



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Miniaturized Biochip Helps Develop High-Efficient Cancer Drugs

A research team led by Professor Jackie Y. Ying from the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) has devised a miniaturized biological assay or biochip dubbed as the Droplet Array technology to explore the impact of ...…

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Carbon nanotubes enhance performance of heat transfer nanofluids

The European Union has even set up NanoHex, a cutting edge nanotechnology project that aims to develop a revolutionary cooling system for a range of industrial applications. Formulating carefully engineered nanofluids, the project hopes to unlock new ...…

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Delivering nanoparticles to the cell nucleus

While a great deal of the potential for nanotechnology to improve cancer therapy lies with the ability of nanoparticles to deliver drug payloads directly to tumors, an equally important consideration is whether nanoparticles can then ...…

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