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Nanotechnology in Washrooms: Magic of "Easy-to-clean Effect"

Nanotechnology is used in almost all glass surfaces for scratch free cleaning and as a protective covering. It also improves the longevity and provides protection from various external elements like harmful UV rays, dust, dirt, debris, moisture, ...…

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Study Uncovers Mesothelioma Link to Nanotechnology

Dr. Andrew Maynard, who published a study in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, described the use of nanotubes and the potential link to mesothelioma cancer. The ability for nanotubes to conduct heat and electricity is what is driving their ...…

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Stem cells grown on a scaffold form new heart tissues

By seeding cells on cadaveric hearts stripped down to their underlying structure, a team of researchers led by Andrew Wan and Karthikeyan Narayanan at the A*STAR Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN) have produced two different types of ...…

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Purdue talks to lawmakers

Nathan Hartman, an assistant professor at Purdue, spoke to the group about the aid the university lends to manufacturing companies across the state through nanotechnology and computing services. Hartman said the type of research done at Purdue is ...…

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New plant soon to produce Titanium Dioxide

Holdings Limited and the Sri Lanka Institute of Nanotechnology (SLINTEC) signed a landmark agreement to set up the country's first-ever plant to produce Titanium Dioxide from mineral sand, thereby adding value to mineral sands.…

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A guide to responsible nanotechnology business

The European funded project ObservatoryNANO has published a guide to responsible nano-business (pdf), outlining how to use nanotechnology for the benefit of business, customers and society. The guide is intended for companies involved ...…

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Success shines through adversity

Oxford Instruments makes sophisticated tools for industrial and academic research, which are used to analyse and manipulate matter at the atomic level in a process known as nanotechnology. After suffering from a drop-off in demand for its industrial ...…

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UQ Summer Research Program provides wealth of new experiences

Mr Hand crossed the country and spent Christmas away from his family to learn about bioengineering at the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology at The University of Queensland. During his break from undergraduate engineering ...…

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Butterfly wings inspire thermal imaging breakthrough at GE

This month they announced that by combining those iridescent properties of Morpho wings with more recent nanotechnology, they have created what could become the next generation of thermal imaging sensors, the heat detection tech used in night vision ...…

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Exploring the complexity of nanomaterial-neural interfaces

There is a growing body of research on using nanomaterials in neural engineering (see our Nanowerk Spotlight: "Nanotechnology to repair the brain"). Now, researchers have, for the first time, explored the impact of carbon nanotube scaffolds on ...…

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The Fabric of Our Power-Hungry Lives

A new fabric being developed at Wake Forest's Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials, however, has the potential to make Gore-Tex seem about as high-tech as sackcloth. Called Power Felt, it generates electricity from heat.…

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'Nano Days' celebrates small science

“Remember, a nanometer is one billionth of a meter,” said sixth-grade teacher Deb Thorp, as she made the rounds to the four different groups dabbling in nanotechnology experiments in her room the day prior to the visit. Nanotechnology can make things ...…

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It's a small world: Micro/nanotechnology in regenerative medicine and cancer

Nanotechnology, regenerative medicine and cancer will be the topic of a special biomedical engineering seminar on March 6 at 3 pm in the Darner Conference Room, Ross Building, Room G007 at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Speaker Sangeeta Bhatia ...…

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Nanotechnology's Threat to Privacy Over-Hyped

The field of nanotechnology has been on the defensive for reasonable causes, such as the safety of workers that handle certain nanomaterials. But it also finds itself under attack from the purely fanciful, like charges of nanotechnology compromising ...…

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Nanotechnology: Waterloo engineering professor is thinking big in micro science

The value of miniaturization through nanotechnology, Yeow explains, is that “it allows us to improve the performance of existing devices.” Serendipity doesn't really play a big role in Yeow's work. He knows where he wants to get to and the work ...…

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Seminar at BU focuses on benefits of nanotechnology

This Friday, you can find out during the next Science Seminar Series presentation at Brandon University. Dr. Rajesh Sunasee, a new faculty member and an assistant professor in the department of chemistry, will explain how this cutting-edge field can ...…

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Gaining trust for nanotech

For some years, nanotechnologies have been promoted as heralds of a step change in technology. Our increasing ability to manipulate and create devices at the scale of molecules and cells, and the novel properties which emerge at this level, ...…

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Carbon Nanotube-enabled "Power Felt" Could Eventually Power Your Cell Phone

Researchers at the Wake Forest University Center for Nanotechnology and Molecular Materials have developed an inexpensive thermoelectric material that could be a solution for powering small electronic devices, like cell phones.…

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Nanotechnology's promise? For now, more promises

When nanotechnology came into real prominence over a decade ago, it created big waves. And why not? The science of fashioning microscopic products promised revolutionary applications in many different fields: tools tiny enough ...…

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Global Nanotechnology Industry

The global outlook series on Nanotechnology provides a collection of statistical anecdotes, market briefs, and concise summaries of research findings. The report offers a bird's eye view of this new, promising, and pulsating, ...…

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