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At the Institute of Materials Science and Technology (IMT), Chair of Materials Science, of the Friedrich-Schiller-University (FSU) Jena, Germany, the following position is available:
One postdoctoral position (full time) in Materials Science / Biomaterials
The position is available immediately and is initially for two years (extension possible). The successful applicant will have the opportunity to work at a state-of-the-art facility on biomaterials… Continue
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GRENOBLE, France and BILLERICA, Mass. USA – July 11, 2011 – CEA-Leti and Entegris, a provider of critical products and materials used in advanced high-technology manufacturing, have signed a two-year agreement to study cross-molecular contamination to and from semiconductor wafers and containers.…
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Egyhetes konferenciára készül a Nanopaprika augusztus végétől, mely alkalmat biztosít arra is, hogy a hazai kutatók „betekinthessenek” olyan távoli országok laborjaiba, mint Irak, Kína vagy Brazília.
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Researchers from Seoul's National University developed a transparent and lightweight speaker made from Graphene. This may enable speakers embedded in windows or displays. It may be especially suited to develop noise-cancelling devices.
The researchers say that Graphene speakers will be cheaper and very power efficient compared to other types of speakers. There is still a lot of work to be done, and the research group is currently developing an improved bass response.… Continue
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Present your nanoscience to 4700+ members of The International NanoScience Community
NANOPAPRIKA-POSTER 2011 - 1st Virtual Nanotechnology Poster Conference
29th August - 2nd Semptember 2011
Free virtual conference for Nanopaprika-members.
Send your abstract (in .doc or .docx format -…
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Advancing Research, Innovation and Collaboration
24 November 2011, The Square, Brussels Meeting Centre
Early Bird rates are available until the 29th June 2011, so make sure that you don't miss out on one of the leading international science summits and register today.
At our 3rd annual SciTech Europe conference we will explore how to develop an integrated approach to research… Continue
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Please remember to register for the US-EU-Africa-Asia-Pacific and Caribbean Nanotechnology Initiative (USEACANI), September 25-29, 2011, Laguardia Sheraton East Hotel, New York City, USA: It is a great gathering of academia, private sectors and policy makers for nanoscience and nanotechnology covering 178 countries. For more details on how to register, visit http://fonai.org/Conference.php
. Please register and take advantage of…
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Scientists from the National Physical Laboratory in New Delhi, India developed graphene based quantum dots (GQDs) blended with organic polymers that can be used in new photovoltaics (solar) cells. This may solve the problem of toxic metals (cadmium and lead) used in today's quantum dots, and the new material is also more stable then current organic materials.
The GQDs are 9-nm in size have similar electronic properties to normal QDs, and actually perform better (less current loss and… Continue
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We would like to inform you that the Proceedings of the Nanosafe 2010 conference are now published in Journal of Physics: Conference Series, the open-access journal for conferences.
We would like also to bring to your attention that the next edition… Continue
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Toshiba says that their newly developed perpendicular magnetization-type magnetic tunnel junction (MTJ) device has excellent properties - and it can be a basic element towards a gigabit STT-MRAM device. The company says that these 'research results' are encouraging and they will now shift to the development of products. Commercialization of gigabit STT-MRAM is expected within 3 to 4 years.
Toshiba aim at a process size one generation older than that of DRAM and a cell area of 6F2.… Continue
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