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Researchers develop high-frequency flexible graphene transistors

Researchers developed a new process to make flexible transistors from graphene. The new process enable high electron mobility and high frequencies (in the Ghz range). The process uses a graphene in a solution and places it on polyimide substrates:

http://www.graphene-info.com/new-high-frequency-flexible-graphene-transistors-developed

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GraphITA ..the volume is out!

Dear All,

it is our pleasure to announce the issue

of the proceeding volume of GraphITA



sample contents can be downloaded at the following link



http://www.springer.com/materials/nanotechnology/book/978-3-642-20643-6



We deeply thank all the contributors to the volume.



The Editors



Luca Ottaviano & Vittorio Morandi…



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Nano Carta: Should there be an ethical code for nanotechnology?



The debate, featuring a group of Bristol University PhD students from the Bristol Centre for Functional Nanomaterials [BCFN], will help form an ethical code for nanotechnology looking at privacy issues, acceptance, human health, access, liability, ...…

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Fighting cancer with nanotechnology

These and other nanotechnologies could be game changers in how we diagnose, monitor and treat cancer, according to Mark Davis, Professor of Chemical Engineering at the California Institute of Technology, and a member of the Experimental Therapeutics ...…

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Nanotechnology Art Exhibition at the Nanotech Commercialization Conference

Artists were invited through an open call to exhibit work inspired by nanotechnology, nanobiotech, biotechnology, genomics, DNA, and genetics. Winning artists in several categories will receive a cash award to be announced at the awards and VIP ...…

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Chair In Technology Innovation Management and more UK nanojobs

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4 new jobs in USA

SENIOR RESEARCH SCIENTIST AND RESEARCH SCIENTIST MULTIPLE POSITIONS

North Dakota State University - Fargo,…

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News on NN12 Conference: Invited Speakers, Special Sessions, Young Researcher Awards!

9th International Conference on Nanosciences & Nanotechnologies (NN12)





The NN12 Conference (http://nnconf.physics.auth.gr) will…

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Postdoctoral fellowship (Environmental Materials and Engineering)

Title: Postdoctoral fellowship (Environmental Materials and Engineering)

Employer: Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology

Location: 울산광역시, Korea, Republic of

Posted: Mar 14



A postdoctoral fellow position is available at the School of Urban

and Environmental Engineering/School of Nano-Bio and Chemical

Engineering, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology

(UNIST), South Korea (Find information about UNIST on...



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INNOVNANO ANNOUNCES NEW WEBSITE

 

www.innovnano.pt

INNOVNANO, the manufacturer of innovative nanostructured ceramic oxide powders and products, is pleased to announce the launch of its new website. Re-designed as an attractive, informative, easy-to-navigate site, with access to downloadable technical data and brochure material, the website also provides current news about INNOVNANO activities and the events it will be attending.

 

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Call for proposals - manufacturing nanomaterials and more

Funding will be offered to innovative projects focusing on commercially relevant Manufactured NanoMaterials (MNMs) in one of the following thematic fields:

1. Establishment and development of models and methods for analytical tools, theoretical prediction, and characterization

2. Exposure assessment

3. Studies on Impacts of MNMs on environment

4. Studies on properties and effects of MNMs

Detailed description of the topical fields is given in the Call…

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EC funded project ProNano coaching result Nanopores applied for Water Quality

"spongy" nanomaterial may change the way to monitor water quality

A group of researchers at the Ecole Polytechnique (EP) in Palaiseau, near Paris, have developed a tiny film that could speed up the process dramatically. The "nano-factor" is within the film itself: billions of nanopores per square cm that trap metals like a sponge, making them immediately available for analysis. Their new system is portable, provides immediate results, and therefore may change the way we monitor water…

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Nyomtatási világrekord nanoméretekben (in Hungarian)

A kétfoton-litográfiának nevezett módszerrel háromdimenziós tárgyak nyomtathatók rendkívüli felbontásban, akár nanoméretekben is. A Bécsi Műszaki Egyetem kutatói áttörést értek el a nyomtatási technológia sebességének növelésében, nagyságrendekkel lerövidítve a gyártási folyamatot. Ez egy sor új alkalmazást tesz…

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HyperSolar's Zero-carbon Process for Hydrogen Gas Production

Last week, I covered nanotechnology research that mimics photosynthesis to split water molecules into hydrogen gas. The resulting gas could be used for powering fuel cells. Despite the comments being led off into an odd tangent about this development ...…

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Nanotechnology Market Forecast to 2014

In the coming years, nanotechnology is set to play a pivotal role in various industry segments. The evolving technology has already influenced a large number of industrial segments, and the economic activity generated from it has been high in magnitude ...…

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Polymer Microfabrication

If you want to learn more about polymer materials, their fundamental chemical and physical properties, here is the course : …



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PhD position in Theoretical Atomic and Molecular Physics in the project “XUV/X-ray lasers for ultrafast electronic control in chemistry”

Dear Colleagues;

 

Recently, I have been awarded with an Advanced Grant by The European Research Council and now there is available a PhD position in my group to work in the project “XUV/X-ray lasers for ultrafast electronic control in chemistry”. I would appreciate very much, if you could share this information with your students. Thank you so much

 

For further information, see:…

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Modeling the miniscule: High-resolution design of nanoscale biomolecules

A key element of both biotechnology and nanotechnology is – perhaps unsurprisingly – computational modeling. Frequently, in silico nanostructure design and simulation precedes actual experimentation. Moreover, the ability to use ...…

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Nanoparticles Affect Nutrition, Researchers Warn

You consume trillions of nanoparticles daily, yet little is known about nanotechnology's long-term health impact. New research might change that. By Annie Hauser, Senior Editor MONDAY, March 12, 2012 — You ingest around 100 trillion nanoparticles ...…

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The future of computing power – from DNA hard drives to quantum chips

That radical shift was a very practical demonstration of the power of the ideas of nanotechnology. A 3.5-inch floppy disk could store a measly 1.44 megabytes of data – not even enough to fit a single mp3 music file. Today, a small one gigabyte (1000 ...…

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