TINC's Blog – March 2012 Archive (238)

Two PhD positions available within the European network INDEX on indirect excitons

Title: Two PhD positions available within the European network INDEX on

indirect excitons

Department: CNR NANO S3

Employer: Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche

Location: Modena, Italy

Posted: Mar 30



Two three-year PhD positions are available to work at the Center

S3 of Nanoscience Institute, a member of the Italian National

Research Council (CNR) (http://x The positions will be available

starting in the…

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Video reveals wave character of particles

The recordings were published by the journal Nature Nanotechnology online. "Seeing how the interference pattern develops with every light spot, molecule after molecule, and how a basic principle of quantum mechanics is visualised enhances our ...…

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Nanotube fabric could let you charge your phone by walking

That's the promise of Power Felt, a new creation of nanotechnology researchers at Wake Forest University. It's a fabric, made up of tiny carbon nanotubes locked in flexible plastic fibers, that uses temperature differences to create ...…

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Women in Europe for a Common Future release nanotechnology position paper

WECF recognizes that nanotechnologies could bring long-term profits and overall societal benefits. However, in order to make an overall judgment, data is needed regarding the hazards, exposure, risks and ethical consequences for humans, the environment ...…

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Graphene Nanosensor Tattooed to Teeth Detects Bacteria

So, despite some reluctance on my part to cover dental-related nanotechnologies, let's look once again at the latest nanotechnology being used with teeth. The technology involves a nanosensor made out of graphene that can detect bacteria in our mouths ...…

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Nanotechnology: Laser printers create grain of sand-size 3D cars,

Researchers from the Vienna University of Technology have set a new world speed record for creating 3D nano objects. View more photo galleries — Follow NP Photos on Twitter The University team created their grain of sand-size structures in just four ...…

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Project Manager/Business Development and other USA nanojobs

Software Engineer I - Core Systems

Starkey Laboratories, Inc. - Eden Prairie, MN…

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SouthWest NanoTechnologies' CEO Dave Arthur Participating in Panel at SME 2012 NanoManufacturing Conference in Boston

NORMAN, OK -- March 28, 2012 -- Dave Arthur, CEO of SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc. (SWeNT) a world leader in high quality, Single-Wall and Specialty Multi-Wall (SMW™) carbon nanotubes (CNT) and printable CNT inks, will participate in a panel discussion on recent advances…

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Materials and Nanotechnology and other UK nanojobs

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Herstellung und kontrollierte Oberflächenfunktionalisierung von Ionenspur-Nanokanälen (in German)

Wasserstoffbrückenbildende Flüssigkeiten zeigen in nanoskopisch eingeschränkten Geometrien ein unterschiedliches Verhalten als in makroskopischen Systemen. Obwohl die besondere Eigenschaften von Flüssigkeiten im Confinement von großer Bedeutung in vielen aktuellen Forschungsbereichen sind (z.B. Katalyse, biologische Prozesse, Nanofluidik), ist der komplexe Zusammenhang mit den Oberflächeneigenschaften, der Größe, der Geometrie und der Härte des Confinement bisher nicht im Detail untersucht.…

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Free AFM Webinar - AFM Enhancing Traditional Electron Microscopy Applications - April 11th

Atomic Force Microscopy Webinar Series - AFM Enhancing Traditional EM Applications

Atomic Force Microscopy Webinar Series

AFM…

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Nanokapillárisok - Atomki-szeminárium (in Hungarian)



Az MTA Atommagkutató Intézetének előadótermében

(Debrecen, Bem tér 18/c. 12. ép. III. em.)

2012. április 5-én, csütörtökön 11:00-kor





                    Juhász Zoltán

                      (Atomki)





1. Ion - felület kölcsönhatások nanokapillárisokban

2. Energetic H- emission in collisions of H-bearing molecules and

  molecular ions



címmel intézeti habilitációs előadás tart.

Az előadás előtt 10:30-tól tea,…

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3rd announcement - Summer School HiM 2012

Dear Madam, Dear Sir,

 

Places are still available if you…

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Dr Nano, I presume?

Fortunately, nanotechnology offers a way to address both hurdles, and holds great promise for medical applications that could change the nature of diagnosis and recovery. Light-sensitive nanoparticles could pinpoint sites of disease in the body.…

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Graphene nanosensor tattoo on teeth monitors bacteria in your mouth

Detection of very small amounts of a chemical contaminant, virus or bacteria in food systems is an important potential application of nanotechnology. The exciting possibility of combining biology and nanoscale technology into ...…

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Nanotechnology Used to Measure Low Concentrations of Cyanide Ion in Water

Iranian researchers successfully measured low concentrations of the toxic and harmful cyanide ion in aqueous environments by using nanotechnology. "Synthetic silver nanoparticles were used in the research as the colorimetric sensor in order to measure…

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NASA Puts Nanotechnology Swarm Patents Up for Auction

Two of the lots cover autonomic computing, including techniques that help large numbers of tiny devices — NASA calls them “autonomous nanotechnology swarms” — figure out whether or not they're working properly, share information and even self ...…

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UK nanojob monitor: Field Service Engineer

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Transparent Conductors in Thin Film and Organic Photovoltaics-2012

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USA nanojob monitor

Nano Device Scientist

Research and Development, Aneeve Nanotechnologies - Los Angeles,…

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