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Litigator publishes guide to nanotech health law

Be afraid, very afraid, when litigation lawyers start to wrap their brains around nanotechnology liability issues. The Defense Research Institute's For the Defense January 2012 issue features an article by John Delany, a founding member of Delany ...…

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Nanotechnology firm to develop test for handheld biosensors

A new company formed around Michigan State University nanotechnology promises to move speedy detection of deadly pathogens and toxins from the laboratory directly to the field. Food contamination and other biohazards present a growing public health ...…

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Nanotechnology firm to develop test for handheld biosensors

A new company formed around Michigan State University nanotechnology promises to move speedy detection of deadly pathogens and toxins from the laboratory directly to the field. Food contamination and other biohazards present a growing public health ...…

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Nanotechnology risk analysis requires more federal funding, says NAS panel

Burgeoning use of nanotechnology by industry requires increased federal spending on research into potential risks, says a report from the National Academy of Sciences released Jan. 25. Engineered nanomaterials--materials on the order of one billionth ...…

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Purdue's little tweezers make microparticles an easy grab

Doctoral student Bin-Da Chan holds a microtweezer Friday in a lab in Birck Nanotechnology Center at Purdue University. The microtweezer is capable of manipulating objects to build tiny structures, print coatings to make advanced sensors, ...…

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Teaching Principles of Entrepreneurship to Nanotechnology Students in Iran

Entrepreneurship webinar will be held on Iran Nanotechnology Initiative Council's website. Applicants who have done the preliminary registration on the website can register in the webinar. Educational Business Webinar Series are held by Iran ...

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Iran's IKCO cars meet Euro IV

The Iranian company won an award from Tehran's Third International Nanotechnology Festival in 2010, as the leading company in nano-related auto industry. In its five-year future growth prospective, the company envisions reaching an annual manufacturing ...…

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Kurukshetra to draw bigger crowds

The 1996 Nobel laureate in Chemistry, Sir Harold Kroto, will also speak on on nanotechnology via video conference. All guest lectures will be streamed online, in order to increase virtual participation. One of the novel stalls will be CEG Startup ...…

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Panel Urges Study of Nanomaterial Risks

Now, a federal science panel is calling for a systematic review of the safety of nanotechnology. The nano market is booming. In 2009 developers generated $1 billion from the sale of nanomaterials. The global market for products that rely on these ...…

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Smart Textiles & Nanotechnology

Kertak Nanotechnology, a leading manufacturer of ceramic nanofibers located in the Czech Republic, has invested in FibeRio Technology Corporation's new ...

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Book Discusses Nanomaterial Synthesis by Laser Ablation in Liquids

It is useful for graduate and undergraduate students pursuing courses in nanotechnology, and for scientists active in the fields, including medicine, biology, chemistry, physics, nanotechnology and materials science, specifically in nanomaterials.…

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Carbon Nanotubes Bend and Stretch and Still Conduct

It seems the most desirable characteristic for electronics at the moment is flexibility, at least as far as nanotechnology research is concerned. Somehow—and I am not sure why—being able to bend electronic devices into various shapes seemed to take ...…

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Nanotechnology enables new platform for spin physics

This research is exploring the new platform using most frontier techniques in nanotechnology, including nanomaterial synthesis, nanodevice fabrication and quantum spectroscopy. Harvard University's work appears in Nature research journal.…

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Millions Needed To Ensure Nanotechnology Safety

The National Research Council said on Wednesday that in order to study the potential health hazards of nanotechnology, researchers will need to drum up an additional $24 million a year. The research council said in a study that a new federal oversight ...…

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NRDC files lawsuit blocking untested nanosilver pesticide from clothing

Ironically, a report of the National Academies just yesterday found that, "Despite extensive investment in nanotechnology and increasing commercialization over the last decade, ...…

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Thailand's nanotech research tackles disaster prevention

Recent flooding in Thailand has given the country's nanotechnology research centre an opportunity to show how nano products ranging from antimalarial bednets to flood prevention technology could help mitigate the impact of future natural disasters.…

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The holy grail of molecule-making

As with all aspects of nanotechnology we are seeing an evolution of traditional scientific disciplines. However, maybe it's time industry got involved on a much more committed level, to take up the production of these tools in a way that DNA sequencing ...…

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Rap music powers rhythmic action of medical sensor

Birck Nanotechnology Center, Purdue University (PhysOrg.com) -- The driving bass rhythm of rap music can be harnessed to power a new type of miniature medical sensor designed to be implanted in the body. Acoustic waves from music, ...…

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Nanotechnology: Will it kill us all?

You can't look at internet news lately without seeing the latest and greatest in nanotechnology developments. Everything these days is being manufactured smaller, faster, more durable, and under more and ...…



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This could be year of nanotech-enabled medicines

Nanotechnology as it relates to life sciences generated buzz as early as 2000, Bitterman explained. But Polaris didn't make its first initial investments in the space until 2006-2008. And he sees some of those investments bearing fruit today, ...…

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pH and CO2 Sensing by Curcumin-Coloured Cellophane Test Strip

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Organometallic deposition of ultrasmooth nanoscale Ni film,

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