TINC's Blog – July 2013 Archive (67)

DOVEPRESS-NSA - The effect of nanoparticle uptake on cellular behavior: disrupting or enabling functions?

The effect of nanoparticle uptake on cellular behavior: disrupting or enabling functions?

Alice Panariti, Giuseppe Miserocchi, Ilaria Rivolta



Department of Experimental Medicine, University of Milano Bicocca, Monza, Italy…



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DOVEPRESS-IJN - Accelerated killing of cancer cells

Accelerated killing of cancer cells using a multifunctional single-walled carbon nanotube-based system for targeted drug delivery in combination with photothermal therapy

Prashanti Jeyamohan, Takashi Hasumura, Yutaka Nagaoka, Yasuhiko Yoshida, Toru Maekawa, D Sakthi Kumar



Bio-Nano Electronics Research Centre, Graduate…

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Post-Doctoral Researcher (USA)

Title: Post-Doctoral Researcher

Employer: Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College

Location: Baton Rouge, LA, United States

The Chemical Engineering Department at Louisiana State University is seeking a post-doctoral researcher to conduct computational catalysis research.  This position is part of the Center for Atomic-Level Catalyst Design, a DOE Energy Frontier Research Center led by LSU.  As part of the Center's objectives, the candidate will…

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Added by TINC on July 23, 2013 at 6:09pm — No Comments

Journal of Nano Research - Y3Fe5O12 Nanocatalyst for Green ammonia Production by Using Magnetic Induction Method

Y3Fe5O12 Nanocatalyst for Green ammonia Production by Using Magnetic Induction Method

 

Authors: Noorhana Yahya, Poppy Puspitasari

 

Abstract: Ammonia production is an energy-intensive industry as it requires high temperature (400-500°C) and also high pressure (150-300bar). This motivates research to finding greener and lower energy process for ammonia…

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Sales Manager

Hysitron is a premier scientific instrument manufacturer who is committed to promoting nanotechnology by developing advanced transducer and control technology. Hysitron innovations have opened new horizons for organizations interested in investigating and understanding mechanical properties of materials at nanoscale. Hysitron fosters an environment and culture where innovation flourishes, teamwork is encouraged, and superior performance is rewarded. We are currently…

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Manufacturing Engineer

Nanosphere, Inc. (NASDAQ: NSPH) is a nanotechnology-based molecular diagnostics company, offering proprietary breakthrough technologies that provide a unique and powerful solution to greatly simplify molecular diagnostic testing. Based in Northbrook, IL, Nanosphere’s diagnostic platform has several FDA-cleared tests and the company continues with its ambitious growth plans of rapidly bringing new tests and device platforms with enhanced…

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Postdoctoral fellow - University of Washington Bioengineering Department

Postdoctoral Position in Bionanotechnology, Protein Engineering (designer proteins), & Molecular Biology



The Gao lab at U. Washington Bioengineering invites applications from qualified candidates for a postdoc position in the area of biomedical nanotechnology and molecular biology (design and genetically engineer multifunctional proteins for drug delivery). Candidates must be self-motivated and have Strong publication records in cloning, molecular…

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Journal of Nano Research - Synthesis of Silicon Nanowire Arrays by Metal-Assisted Chemical Etching in Aqueous NH4HF2 Solution

Synthesis of Silicon Nanowire Arrays by Metal-Assisted Chemical Etching in Aqueous NH4HF2 Solution

 

Authors: S. Naama, T. Hadjersi, G. Nezzal, L. Guerbous

 

Abstract: One-step metal-assisted electroless chemical etching of p-type silicon substrate in NH4HF2/AgNO3 solution was…

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Journal of Nano Research - Determination Reflection and Transmission Coefficients of Lanthanum Iron Garnet Filled PVDF-Polymer Nanocomposite

Determination Reflection and Transmission Coefficients of Lanthanum Iron Garnet Filled PVDF-Polymer Nanocomposite Using Finite Element Method Modeling at Microwave Frequencies

 

Authors: Hasan Soleimani, Noorhana Yahya, Zulkifly Abbas, Hojjatollah Soleimani, Hasnah Mohd Zaid

 

Abstract: In our previous work, the lanthanum iron garnet-filled PVDF-polymer nanocomposite has been…

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Added by TINC on July 19, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments

RSC Nano and Material Science

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Journal of Nano Research - Numerical Modeling of the Eigenmodes and Eigenfrequencies of Carbon Nanotubes under the Influence of Defects

Numerical Modeling of the Eigenmodes and Eigenfrequencies of Carbon Nanotubes under the Influence of Defects

 

Authors: Ali Ghavamian, Andreas Öchsner

 

Abstract: Two configurations of perfect single walled carbon nanotubes (armchair and zigzag) were simulated based on the finite element method. Then, three most likely defects (Si-doping, carbon vacancy and perturbation) were…

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Added by TINC on July 18, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments

Nanomedicine - Biodegradable poly([D,L]-lactide-co-glycolide) nanofibers for the sustainable delivery of lidocaine into the epidural space after laminectomy

Title: Biodegradable poly([D,L]-lactide-co-glycolide) nanofibers for the sustainable delivery of lidocaine into the epidural space after laminectomy

 

Authors: Yuan-Yun Tseng, Jun-Yi Liao, Wei-An Chen, Yu-Chun Kao & Shih-Jung Liu

 

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Aim: We developed biodegradable, lidocaine-embedded poly([D,L]-lactide-co-glycolide) nanofibers…

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Added by TINC on July 17, 2013 at 5:00pm — No Comments

Journal of Nano Research - Modeling of the Plastic Deformation of Polycrystalline Materials in Micro and Nano Level Using Finite Element Method

Modeling of the Plastic Deformation of Polycrystalline Materials in Micro and Nano Level Using Finite Element Method

 

Authors: Mohammad Jafari, S. Ziaei-Rad, Nima Nouri

 

Abstract: Recent experiments on polycrystalline materials show that nanocrystalline materials have a strong dependency to the strain rate and grain size in contrast to the…

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Added by TINC on July 17, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments

Nanotechnológiáról és a Nanopaprikáról a Civil Rádióban (in Hungarian)

Az adás az alábbi linkre kattintva érhető el:…

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Added by TINC on July 16, 2013 at 10:52pm — No Comments

3 PhD positions: Atomic scale control of energy conversion

Three PhD positions in the field of first-principles calculations and coarse-grained simulations are available at the Clausthal University of Technology and the Georg-August University, Göttingen, within the newly established Collaborative Research Center SFB 1073 ``Atomic scale control of energy conversion''.



Project A03: "Energy dissipation and transport in switchable polymer nanostructures''. This project aims at modelling and controlling energy transport across polymer-polymer…

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Journal of Nano Research - Thermal Diffusivity of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Dispersed in Oleic Acid

Thermal Diffusivity of Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Dispersed in Oleic Acid

 

Authors: Alex Junior de Freitas Cabral, Clascídia Aparecida Furtado, Cristiano Fantini, Petrus Alcantara Jr.

 

Abstract: Suspensions of oleic acid with carbon nanotubes were prepared. Using a thermal lens experimental setup, the thermal diffusivity of oleic acid in presence of multi-walled carbon…

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Journal of Nano Research - Waterproof and Dustproof of Wild Silk: A Theoretical Explanation

Waterproof and Dustproof of Wild Silk: A Theoretical Explanation

 

Authors: Rou Xi Chen, Ji Huan He, Hai Yan Kong

 

Abstract: Nanopore on a surface (e.g. the epidermis of a leaf) can absorb nanoparticles, and nanoparticles on a surface play a contrary role. Comparison of wild silk with Bombyx mori silk reveals that the former has…

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Technician for Carbon Nanomaterials Laboratory

Company: University of Oxford

Location: Oxford, England

Date Posted: July 15, 2013

Applications are invited for a technician post, available immediately for up to five years duration, in support of research to develop nanotechnology applications with endohedral fullerenes and related materials. The project involves providing technical support and safety responsibility in…

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Graphene enables quantum capacitance wireless vapor sensors

Researchers from the University of Minnesota developed graphene-based quantum capacitance wireless vapor sensors. This new sensor transduction mechanism paves the way for graphene quantum capacitance sensors to for a wide range of chemical and biological sensing applications:…



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XG Sciences expects car makers to introduce graphene-based batteries by 2017

XG Sciences is one of the leading companies to commercialize graphene based materials. The company introduced a new Li-Ion battery anode material that has four times the capacity of current materials.



We interviewed the company's CEO, and he reveals that they are in talks with a dozen large battery manufacturers around the world to introduce products. They are working with an "automotive company" that plans to introduce a a product in model year 2017:…





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