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Sandia Labs worker arrested

Jianyu Huang started working at a Sandia Labs research center that focuses on nanotechnology five years ago. Sandia National Labs says Huang did not have access to classified national security information. However, the indictment accuses the scientist ...…

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Nanotechnology and style unite

Cycling in the rain wearing jeans used to be unthinkable, but not any more thanks to innovations in fabric technology. The new Commuter range from Levi's, designed specifically for the urban cyclist, is water resistant and dirt repellent, ...…

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NanoCollege's 2012 summer internship program begins

The 2012 students, who were chosen from a pool of nearly 200 applicants, will be immersed in nanotechnology education and hands-on experiences. Each student will be mentored by a CNSE faculty member or researcher from one of CNSE's global corporate ...…

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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 ...…

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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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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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Nanotechnology nose smells cancer

Chances of survival of prostate cancer depend strongly on the stage at which the disease is diagnosed. Now scientists have developed new methods relying on an electronic nose and optoacoustics to improve the diagnosis techniques and ...…

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Nanotechnology breakthrough could dramatically improve medical tests

The Princeton researchers tackled this limitation by using nanotechnology to greatly amplify the faint fluorescence from a sample. By fashioning glass and gold structures so small they could only be seen with a powerful electron microscope, ...…

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Carbon Nanotubes Go Back Inside Fuel Cells

The research, which was published in the May 27 th online edition of the journal Nature Nanotechnology, showed that when the outer walls of a multi-walled carbon nanotube (MWNT) were shredded—and the inner walls left intact—the catalytic ability of ...…

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Nanotechnology: The importance of being modular

This advance truly brings DNA nanotechnology into the rapid-prototyping age, and enables DNA shapes to be tailored to every experiment. Wei and colleagues' technique is the large-scale realization of a concept known as uniquely addressed tiling, ...

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Functionalizing living cells through nanotechnology

Functionalizing living cells through nanotechnology. (Nanowerk Spotlight) Modifying living cell by coating them with a nanolayer of functional materials in order to provide them with new structural and functional features has developed into a ...…

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Violent anti-science anarchists vow to strike again

The cell has previously targeted nanotechnology researchers, and in 2010 it tried to bomb an IBM lab in Zurich, Switzerland. The attempt resulted in three conspirators being caught and jailed. In April 2011 the anarchists sent a parcel bomb to ...…

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Researchers develop nanotubes to reduce battery costs

According to a report on Nanotechnology Now's website, these nanotubes can be up to 10000 times thinner than a human hair. This technology could replace platinum as a catalyst in batteries, which is a major long-term goal in developing affordable ...…

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Network for Safety of Nanotechnology Due to Commence Activity

"The network is intended to upgrade the current status of the country regarding the safety issues pertaining to the nanotechnology. So far, the statute of the network has been approved and we are looking forward to seeing it start working in the near ...…

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Tech to offer doctorate in molecular sciences, nanotechnology

Louisiana Tech University has received approval from the Louisiana Board of Regents to offer an interdisciplinary Ph.D. in molecular sciences and nanotechnology beginning in the fall. The program, a joint offering from Louisiana Tech's College of ...…

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Nanotechnology Now an Unseen Success

Some nanotechnology research labs and upstarts are supplying resins and chemicals that contain nanotechnology. For example Nano-Tex, which supplies Aquapel to Dick's Sporting Goods and other companies, sells chemicals that coat fabric.…

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'Unzipped' carbon nanotubes could help energize fuel cells and batteries

Their findings are published in the May 27 online edition of the journal Nature Nanotechnology. "Platinum is very expensive and thus impractical for large-scale commercialization," said Hongjie Dai, a professor of chemistry at Stanford and co-author of ...…

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