Added by TINC on November 28, 2008 at 9:00pm —
“Happy is he who gets to know the reasons for things”. I wish this 2000 year-old statement from Virgil was enough to deal with the question that must plague teachers all over the world — “what’s the point of this?” But, as someone who’s just returned to the teaching profession after a seven-year break, I can assure you it’s not.
I teach at an inner city comprehensive school where science, as in all UK schools, is compulsory for all… Continue
Added by TINC on November 27, 2008 at 8:00pm —
The International Congress BioNanoMed 2009
will be held in Krems / Austria on 26 -27January 2009
. BioNanoMed2009 congress will provide a forum for local as well as international students, researchers, technologists, entrepreneurs as well as decision maker of health care organisations and public organisations to interact on the latest developments and the current, emerging and future trends in the converging fields of… Continue
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25th November 2007 was the birthday of our social network.We celebrate tomorrow the first anniversary of TINC!
We are now the 11th best visited nanotechnology webportal in the www.alexa.com
traffic ranking system.
Added by TINC on November 24, 2008 at 8:01pm —
- The Israeli noncommercial Internet Site, which was established in April 2007, aims to avail engineering community in all countries of the world of attractive and accessible information on the state of the World and Israel NanoScience and NanoTechnology. It is one of the few Israeli Nanotechnology News internet sites, pioneering in this field.
Subject : Nanotechnology… Continue
Added by TINC on November 24, 2008 at 7:53pm —
The 3rd International Meeting on Developments in Materials, Processes and Applications of Emerging Technologies (MPA)
, which will be held in Manchester (UK) during 21-23 July 2009
. More details on the event can be found from the website www.mpa-meeting.com
Topics of MPA-2009:
1. Tribology and Lubrication Science
2. Surface Technology (Coatings; Thick & Thin Films;… Continue
Added by TINC on November 23, 2008 at 7:00am —
The 7th Framework Programme NMP (Nanosciences and Nanotechnologies,
Materials and New Production Technologies) 2009 call for Collaborative Projects opened this week on November 19th. Most of the calls end in february or march 2009.
There are several topics envolving surface nanoengineering,
nanomaterials and thin films technology. Examples includes these topics besides much more:
NMP-2009-2.2-1 Oxide materials for electronics… Continue
Added by TINC on November 22, 2008 at 8:30pm —
PASADENA, Calif.-- More than a century ago, the development of the earliest motion picture technology made what had been previously thought "magical" a reality: capturing and recreating the movement and dynamism of the world around us. A breakthrough technology based on new concepts has now accomplished a similar feat, but on an atomic scale--by allowing, for the first time, the real-time, real-space visualization of fleeting changes in the… Continue
Added by TINC on November 22, 2008 at 11:13am —
Interview about The International NanoScience Community in INFOMANIA.
Added by TINC on November 21, 2008 at 9:05pm —
Please find the latest edtion of nanotimes attached (7.1 Mb):
+ Solar Summit in Freiburg
+ Application of Nanotechnologies in Paper Industry
+ Company Portrait: ASEMBLON
+ NOVALED - No. 1 on German Top 100 List
+ Companies (10 Pages)
Added by TINC on November 21, 2008 at 8:10pm —
On December 16th, Agilent will host a one-hour AFM eSeminar focusing on a brand new, highly sensitive imaging technique, scanning microwave microscopy (SMM) mode. This is the first and only imaging method to combine the calibrated, complex electrical measurement capabilities of a microwave performance network analyzer (PNA) with the outstanding spatial resolution of an atomic force microscope. SMM Mode outperforms traditional AFM-based scanning capacitance microscopy techniques, offering the… Continue
Added by TINC on November 21, 2008 at 8:00pm —
PhD Program in NanoMedicine Science and Technology at NorthEastern University (USA): APP DEADLINE SOON
click for more info
Nano Cargo-Ship System Torpedoes Tumours
click for more info
Added by TINC on November 20, 2008 at 8:27pm —
The International NanoScience Community have from 18th November 2008
a new editor. András Paszternák, the creator and editor of TINC was forced by dark powers to give up his dream to create one of the most visited nanoscience social network.
Andras stay the owner of the webpage, but from 19th November 2008 all the new TINC blogposts are added by the new editor.
The new editor is located in Slovakia, in the city of Komárno.
Added by TINC on November 19, 2008 at 9:09pm —
Social sites have grown in number and variety in the past years and many now offer opportunities for students and professionals to network in a serious manner. Whether you are preparing for your first job or making a change with an established career, connecting with others in your field will not only help you get started, but be an enhancement for your career as you continue to grow. These 50 social sites provide a chance for you to find others through professional networking sites, meet… Continue
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To nominate a webpage you need to leave a comment on this entry. Your comment should contain the name of the webpage and the main URL.
Name: The International NanoScience Community
End of nomination: 1th December 2008
Added by TINC on November 14, 2008 at 10:13am —
is a website focused on bringing you the latest and the most interesting news from the biofuels and renewable energy world. You can read everything about biofuels and all types of biofuels.
Added by TINC on November 12, 2008 at 5:30pm —
Like every living being or institution ASDN has its history which will be written on this page with life going on (at atomic and nano scale!).
ASDN history starts in the previous millennium. At the E-MRS (European material Research Society) meeting in Strasbourg in 1999, Anatoli Korkin (he was at Motorola at that prehistoric time) had presented the idea of a web site and mailing list (the term "web portal" was not yet popular at that… Continue
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