TINC's Blog – July 2014 Archive (99)

Research Assistant or Associate - Architecture & Civil Engineering

The BRE Centre for Innovative Construction Materials, based at the University of Bath, wishes to appoint a Research Assistant (grade 6) or a Post-Doctoral Research Associate (grade 7) on a fixed-term basis (to 30 November 2014), to carry out research to complete the development and optimisation of a lightweight fibre cement for use in environmentally friendly building applications as part of an EU (FP7) funded research project. The level of responsibility, job title and grade will be…

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Doctoral Thesis Research Position (PhD Position) - Ilmenau, Germany

The Nanotechnology Research Group at the Institute of Micro- and Nanotechnology Germany offers

1 Doctoral Thesis Research Position (PhD Position)

The appointment is given for 3 years at a time. Compensation is based on the provisions of the collective agree-ments in the public sector in the German Federal States (TV-L, TVÜ), rank will be commensurate with the appli-cant’s experience up to pay scale E 13, a 50% appointment is offered during the first year.

The successful…

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Phantoms Foundation launched a catalogue of Graphene companies Worldwide

Phantoms Foundation is pleased to announce a catalogue of companies working on Graphene launched during the International Conference & Exhibition Graphene 2014 (Toulouse, France) back in May. The first edition features only companies working directly on the field. The second version (2015) to be launched during Graphene 2015 (10-13 March, 2015) will include all those who work hard in Universities, Research Centers,…

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Two scanning electron microscopist positions (Fixed term, 6 months) - Monash University, Clayton, Victoria, Australia

The Monash Centre for Electron Microscopy is seeking outstanding candidates for two replacement Scanning Electron Microscopists. Both positions are located at the Clayton campus.

The Monash Centre for Electron Microscopy conducts research and provides advanced instrumentation, training and expertise in electron microscopy. The Centre undertakes and facilitates…

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Bactericidal activity of nanodiamonds



Material scientists from Bremen (Germany) and Stanford have identified nanodiamonds as potent bactericidal agents. The bactericidal effect of the nanodiamonds is likely caused by acid anhydride groups on their surface. The discovery opens a multitude of…

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Analysis of the Danish nano market



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FDA issues guidance on the use nanotechnology

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FDA issues guidance on the use nanotechnology

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Release of (nano) silver from textiles



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Release of (nano) silver from textiles



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Formation of the RUSNANOPRIZE 2014 Award Committee: composition includes prominent members of the research and business communities in the fields of optics and electronics

The composition of the Prize Committee for the International RUSNANOPRIZE, presented annually for outstanding advancements in the field of nanotechnology, has just been confirmed. This year, the Committee will determine the authors of the most interesting technological development in the area of optics, electronics and photonics. The prize will also be awarded to the first company to incorporate the development into mass production.

 

In 2014, the Prize Committee includes…

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The original Graphene Aerogel sample sold in an auction for $1.6 million

In March 2013, researchers from China's Zhejiang University developed the world's lightest material ever made, Graphene Aerogel, is made from freeze-dried carbon and graphene oxide. Today it was reported that that bit of Graphene Aerogel was sold in an auction in China for 10 million yuan ($1.6 million).…



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The original Graphene Aerogel sample sold in an auction for $1.6 million

In March 2013, researchers from China's Zhejiang University developed the world's lightest material ever made, Graphene Aerogel, is made from freeze-dried carbon and graphene oxide. Today it was reported that that bit of Graphene Aerogel was sold in an auction in China for 10 million yuan ($1.6 million).…



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Ultrafast photoconductivity and charge carrier transport in semiconductor nanostructures: a study by terahertz spectroscopy. - Prague, Czech Republic

Short annotation: Time-resolved terahertz spectroscopy utilizes ultrashort far infrared pulses as a contact-free probe of ultrafast response of photoexcited samples. In semiconductor materials and structures the response is related namely to the charge carrier transport on a 5–50 nm length scale. Detailed analysis of the spectra and theoretical simulations of the charge carrier motion allow one to obtain the nanoscopic response function of mobile carriers in a given sample with a…

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PhD position - Zurich, Switzerland

Trapping Matter at the Nanometer Scale in Fluids

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My lab at the University of Zurich, located in the Dept. of Chemistry and affiliated with the Dept. of Physics, is primarily interested in understanding the properties of soft condensed matter at the nanoscale. We recently pioneered a new method to trap nanometer scale objects like proteins, semiconductor quantum dots and macromolecules in solution and are looking for bright, highly motivated undergraduate and…

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PhD Studentship in Optical Coherence Vibrometry - London, United Kingdom

Applications are invited for a 4-year PhD studentship to work on an exciting inter-disciplinary project that aims to develop a optical coherence vibrometer for the simultaneous measurement of micromechanical vibrations at two locations within the sensory epithelium of the inner ear in response to acoustical stimulation.

It is now well established that motility of outer hair cells (OHC) within the cochlea underlies its extreme sensitivity to sound. However, the…

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Postdoc fellow - Houston, TX, United States

Postdoc Position for Stem Cell Microdevice Project

A postdoctoral position in interdisciplinary research on stem cell microdevices is available immediately at Houston Methodist Research Institute, Houston, Texas. The institute is affiliated with Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University.

A PhD degree in Biology is required. The candidate will participate in interdisciplinary research on one or both of the following projects: 1) microfluidic device development for drug…

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