TINC's Blog – July 2011 Archive (66)

PhD topic: Biological Responses to Nanoscale Particles (in German)

When exposed to biological fluids such as blood plasma, nanoparticles adsorb proteins and other biomolecules from the fluid. The adsorption is a dynamic process. The composition of the so-called protein corona depends on the respective concentrations of the proteins in the fluid and on their affinities to the nanoparticles. Understanding the structural and dynamic properties of the corona at the molecular level is necessary to use nanoparticles safely in industry or nanomedicine.…



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Added by TINC on July 21, 2011 at 6:05pm — 1 Comment

DRS-Fellowship Program COFUND (Berlin)



The Dahlem Research School at Freie Universität Berlin has established a new research fellowship program called “COFUND” for international researchers. The program is co-funded by the Marie Curie COFUND program of the European Commission. Its purpose is to reinforce the international dimension of junior researchers by supporting highly-qualified postdocs from abroad.



For this purpose, Dahlem Research School offers



Postdoctoral Fellowships



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Added by TINC on July 20, 2011 at 7:30pm — No Comments

A fénypolarizációtól a boszorkánykenőcsig - Kutatók Éjszakája 2011-ben is!

A tudományos kutatók a hétköznapokban tapasztalható csodák mögött álló színes egyéniségek - ezt igyekszik bemutatni immár hatodik alkalommal szeptember 23-án a Kutatók Éjszakája, melynek programjain idén is felvillannak a különböző tudományágak érdekességei.

A rendezvény továbbra is ingyenes programokkal, érdekes, kipróbálható látnivalókkal és máskor nem látogatható helyszínekkel várja a nagyközönséget. A látogatók szeptember negyedik péntekén közvetlenül találkozhatnak a…

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Added by TINC on July 20, 2011 at 7:09pm — 2 Comments

Jobs in Nanotech

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Added by TINC on July 19, 2011 at 7:26pm — No Comments

A hands-on review of the world's first organic-solar-cell powered flashlight

The Organic Electronics Association (OEA) recently released their latest OE brochure, to which they attached a very cool demonstrator - an organic solar cell (PV) powered flashlight.



What feels like a bit of cardboard actually contains a a roll-to-roll printed organic solar cell, a flexible lithium-ion battery and a printed electronic circuitry. And of course a small white LED. The association says that this can "give you the feeling" of the next generation of electronics: thin,… Continue

Added by TINC on July 19, 2011 at 7:25pm — No Comments

MBN Explorer - an advanced program for simulating molecular and nanostructured materials

We are seeking a candidate student to work on the development of a multi-purpose computer code MesoBioNano Explorer (MBN Explorer). This computer program was originally developed to study molecular systems of varied level of complexity. In particular, MBN Explorer is suited to compute the system's energy, to optimize structures, as well as to simulate the molecular dynamics. MBN Explorer allows using a broad variety of interatomic potentials, to model different molecular systems, such as atomic… Continue

Added by TINC on July 19, 2011 at 7:24pm — No Comments

New Jobs - Nanotechnology

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Added by TINC on July 18, 2011 at 8:35pm — No Comments

FSRM Announcement : Swiss e-Print conference Dec. 1 & 2, 2011

First Announcement

Good day,

As a regular subscriber to FSRM course announcements and news we thought that you would be interested in an exciting new conference on electronic printing. Swiss e-Print is the first conference in Switzerland dedicated to this rapidly developing new field. The FSRM is an organising partner of this…

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Added by TINC on July 16, 2011 at 11:01pm — No Comments

New Jobs - Nanotechnology

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Nanotechnology jobs

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Added by TINC on July 14, 2011 at 6:21pm — No Comments

Graphene can be used to make high-density lithium-sulfur car batteries

Researchers from Stanford developed a new cathode material for rechargeable lithium-sulfur batteries - by wrapping sulfur particles in graphene sheets. This new cathode enables batteries with a significantly higher energy density than is currently possible. Such batteries can be used to power electric cars - and be much more efficient that today's batteries:…



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Added by TINC on July 14, 2011 at 6:20pm — No Comments

Making an Impact in Materials Science

Wiley-Blackwell
 
The latest Impact Factors* have now been released –

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Added by TINC on July 14, 2011 at 6:12pm — No Comments

Nanopaprikáról a Klub rádióban (in Hungarian)

Nanomozaikról, Kémcső Jenőről, Nanopaprikáról is beszélt Spatula Sára ma a Klub Rádióban http://www.klubradio.hu/index.​php?id=163 (2. rész vége 3. rész…

Added by TINC on July 14, 2011 at 6:11pm — No Comments

Rapid News Communications Launches Medical Plastics News

Rapid News Communications based in Chester, UK, has launched the only singular publication specifically dedicated to the manufacture of plastics for medical devices.

 

Medical Plastics News (MPN), published six times a year, is the industry’s only magazine designed for those working in and interested in medical plastics and was officially launched on June 29th.

 

Following extensive research by Rapid News Communications and a clear demand from industry…

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PhD Program in Advanced Materials (Stuttgart, Germany)

The International Max Planck School for Advanced Materials (IMPRS-AM) is a joint project of the Max Planck Institutes in Stuttgart and the University of Stuttgart. The research interests of the IMPRS-AM cover a broad spectrum from fundamental to performance-oriented chemistry, physics and materials science.

The research activities will be focused on three areas:

1) Physics and Chemistry in Low Dimensions

2) Interface Controlled Materials

3) Nano science

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Added by TINC on July 14, 2011 at 6:06pm — No Comments

Nanotech Conference Technical Proceedings

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Toshiba and Hynix to co-develop and produce MRAM chips


Toshiba and Hynix announced an agreement to jointly develop MRAM products. Once the development is complete, the companies intend to establish an MRAM production plant together. We believe the companies intend to develop STT-MRAM technology:

http://www.mram-info.com/toshiba-and-hynix-co-develop-and-produce-mram-products

Added by TINC on July 13, 2011 at 8:49pm — No Comments

Available nano-positions in Sevilla (Spain)

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Added by TINC on July 13, 2011 at 8:48pm — No Comments

Nanonews by others: NANOTECHWEB.ORG NEWSWIRE

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Added by TINC on July 12, 2011 at 6:03pm — No Comments

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