ONLY Five(5) WEEKS TO GO until the one week course
in all aspects of optical thin films: DESIGN AND PRODUCTION OF
FILMS which will be presented by Ron Willey in Antwerp, Belgium 12-16
HOWEVER, there is ONLY One (1) SEAT LEFT in the EUROPEAN
The same course will be held again on 6-10 FEB 2012
Charlevoix, MI, USA.
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Cranfield’s unique Nanomedicine MSc is the first course of its kind within the UK and Europe to bridge the gap between nanotechnology and medicine.
Nanomedicine MSc is designed to provide students with advanced knowledge, skills and practical experience of the principles, technology and applications within the rapidly growing area of Nanomedicine. Students will discover how nanotechnology impacts upon new medicinal products, drug discovery and delivery, and acquire… Continue
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Second call for abstracts
Euro AFM Forum 2011, Zurich, Switzerland, September 7-9
Abstract submission deadline: August 29
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On the heels of our launch of the improved Activity Feed, we're pleased to report that Nanopaprika members will soon be able to post content directly to the Activity Feed, in the same way you can already post a Status.
Now adding content is incredibly easy — you're just one click away from sharing photos,… Continue
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Bruker Life Science Seminar
-Experience the Future of AFM-…
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Mark Ming-Cheng Cheng, an assistant professor from Wayne State University received a five-year, $475,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to study the potential of graphene for neural implants that can be used to treat disorders and diseases such as blindness, deafness, epilepsy, spinal cord injury, and Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. He hopes to check out whether graphene can be used to make reliable, high-performance, long-term implantable electrode systems:… Continue
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Researchers from Rice University had a meeting in which they discussed the possibility of making graphene out of sugar. Chemist James Tour said you can actually make it from any carbon source - including a girl scout cookie.
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Greetings! Our edition of nanotimes is live now at:
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Researchers from Rice University create thin hybrid metal-graphene electrodes - that outperform ITO electrodes, are also more transparent and less resistance to electric current. These electrodes can be used to create non-glass touch displays, transparent and flexible OLEDs, solar cells and lighting products.
This is actually quite close to commercialization:… Continue
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