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Nanotechnology Commercialization Conference announces keynote lineup

Nanotechnology is rapidly transforming industries from medicine to manufacturing to energy. Since the passage of the 21st Century Nanotechnology R&D Act, the US has spent $24 billion in the science of nanotechnology. The science is rapidly becoming the ...…

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Nanotube technology leading to fast, lower-cost medical diagnostics

Researchers at Oregon State University have tapped into the extraordinary power of carbon “nanotubes” to increase the speed of biological sensors, a technology that might one day allow a doctor to routinely perform lab tests in minutes, ...…

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Self-Assembling Proteins Help Develop Next-Generation Nanotechnologies

A research team from the Tel Aviv University's The Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology and Department of Chemistry has developed protein-based transistors from organic materials present in the human body utilizing several advanced ...…

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Using Nanotechnology To Treat Cancer

Medical Editor Nanotechnology is the management of structures at the molecular level. The best use is in cancer research and treatment where attempts are made to package anti-cancer genes in very small particles that are only ...…

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Nanotechnology Coatings to Shield Nuclear Plant

Industrial Nanotech has sold its patented Nansulate nanotechnology-based insulation and protective coating line to a US nuclear power facility for the first time. Industrial Nanotech has sold its patented Nansulate nanotechnology-based insulation and ...…

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Carbon nanotubes increase the speed of biological nanotechnology sensors

An outgrowth of nanotechnology, which deals with extraordinarily small particles near the molecular level, these nanotubes are long, hollow structures that have unique mechanical, optical and electronic properties, and are finding many applications.…

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How nanotechnology can improve paint and detect structural flaws

It seems that every week there is news of a new application for nanotechnology— the applied science of the very small. Scientists working with materials at the smallest scale are finding ways to engineer them to produce what has come to be known as ...…

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Nanowire Forest Splits Water with Sunlight

Nanotechnology has a checkered past in improving fuel cell technology. I have cataloged some of the missteps previously. At the time, the areas in which researchers were attempting to apply nanotechnology to fuel cells—namely improved catalysts and ...…

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Expert stresses key role of nanotechnology

A technical seminar on “nanotechnology and its industrial applications” was held by the Qatar chapter of the Institution of Engineers (India) at the Doha Grand Hotel. Narendra Kumar Agnihotra, who has specialised in nano-science and interfacial ...…

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Nokia nanotechnology keeps your phones dry

Drawing inspiration from the lotus leaf, they've managed to replicate its properties using nanotechnology. They came up with a superhydrophobic coating that when applied to the outside of a mobile phone – would give it water and stain-resistant ...…

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A wee bit of nanotechnology comes to Glasgow

Smithycroft Secondary School in Glasgow, UK, is excited to announce that they will be hosting a Nanotechnology evening which will involve scientists and industry experts debating about the advantages and disadvantages of nanotechnology.…

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Nanotecnologia: OMS traça diretizes sobre potenciais riscos aos trabalhadores

*OMS define diretrizes para evitar riscos aos trabalhadores que lidam com nanotecnologias

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WHO defines guidelines to avoid risks to workers dealing with nanotechnology


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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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