TINC's Blog – November 2011 Archive (117)

Graphene foam can detect explosives and other dangerous chemicals

Researchers from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute have discovered that graphene foam can outperform leading commercial gas sensors in detecting potentially dangerous and explosive chemicals. The foam is made from several graphene sheets (grown on Nickel, which was later removed) and is flexible, rugged and retains graphene's important properties:…



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FSRM course "Micro-Optics"

Hans-Peter Herzig, Professor at the EPFL, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne and Marcus Rossi, R&D Director of the company Heptagon AG in Zurich will soon give following course :…



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SEM like user experience, True 3D nanometrology and quantitative material property mapping in ambient, fluid, and controlled environments

SEM like user experience, True 3D nanometrology

and quantitative material property mapping in ambient, fluid, and controlled environments

is being held on

Wednesday, 07 December 2011…

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Added by TINC on November 24, 2011 at 7:04pm — No Comments

Tudomány ünnepe - Ötvenéves a Magyar Biofizikai Társaság (in Hungarian)

Budapest, 2011. november 23., szerda (MTI) - Ötvenéves a Magyar Biofizikai Társaság, ebből az alkalomból az MTA Biológiai Osztálya és a Magyar Biofizikai Társaság jubileumi tudományos ülést…

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Ink jet printing may lead the way towards large-area graphene device production

A team of researchers from the University of Cambridge in the UK demonstrated ink-jet printing as a viable method for large area production of graphene devices. The team produced a graphene-based ink by liquid phase exfoliation of graphite in N-Methylpyrrolidone, and used it to print thin-film transistors. The team also printed transparent conductive patterns.



This research paves the way towards all-printed flexible and transparent graphene devices, on any substrate.…



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Senior Researcher and more UK nanotech jobs

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Research Scientist Coatings Technology

Title: Research Scientist Coatings Technology

Employer: Enki Technology

Location: San Jose, CA, United States

Posted: Nov 22



We are looking for candidates with deep materials synthesis and

characterization experience. This is an exciting opportunity to

work in a fully funded venture backed clean-tech & alternative

energy startup. It is a challenging, full time position for...



Full details:

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CIC microGUNE and Biodonostia test a new technique for evaluating intestinal diseases in patients

22/11/2011…

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"A Mi Világunk Kémiája" (in Hungarian)

Magyar Tudomány Ünnepe 2011

MEGHÍVÓ

A mi világunk kémiája

c. szimpóziumra,

melyet a BME Vegyészmérnöki és Biomérnöki Karának koordinálásával 2011. november 25-én 8:30 és 15:00 között rendezünk a BME Q épületének QAF015 számú előadótermében

(Budapest, XI. kerület, Magyar tudósok körútja 2.)



A szimpóziumon szóbeli és poszter előadásokat mutatnak be öt intézmény (BME, ELTE, MTA Enzimológiai Intézet, MTA Kémiai…

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Professor In Inorganic Materials Chemistry and more UK jobs

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Biomolecular Engineering Faculty and more USA jobs

Assistant Professor of Research

Yale University - Connecticut

have several years…

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Biomolecular Engineering Faculty and more USA jobs

Assistant Professor of Research

Yale University - Connecticut

have several years…

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Added by TINC on November 22, 2011 at 8:11pm — No Comments

Lasing Networks in Semiconductors (Berlin)

A PhD position on "Lasing Networks in Semiconductors" (Experiment) is available at the Humboldt University of Berlin, Department of Physics, Photonics Group (Prof. Fritz Henneberger). It is part of the recently established International Research Training Group http://www.physik.hu-berlin.de/irtg1740 "Dynamical Phenomena



Admission to the PhD program requires a Master or a Diploma degree, or their equivalent. The…

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Added by TINC on November 22, 2011 at 8:10pm — No Comments

FSRM course "Carbon Nanostructures"

Here is a course to have an introduction on physical properties of carbon nanotubes as well as their synthesis and production techniques, with also a focus on applications :

Carbon Nanostructures with Manifold Applications…



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Added by TINC on November 22, 2011 at 8:08pm — No Comments

Bársony István akadémikus - Az autóiparban, a katalízisnél alkalmazhatják a világ legkönnyebb anyagát (in Hungarian)

 

Washington, 2011. november 21., hétfő (MTI) - Több területen is alkalmazhatják a világ legkönnyebb anyagát, amelyet a kaliforniai HRL Laboratories tudósai állítottak elő -…

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UK nanojob monitor

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SouthWest NanoTechnologies Exhibiting Carbon Nanotube Applications for Printed Electronics and Touch Screens at Printed Electronics & Photovoltaics USA (PE&P)

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK -- Nov. 21, 2011 -- SouthWest NanoTechnologies, Inc. (SWeNT), the world leader in high quality carbon nanotubes (CNT), will demonstrate new carbon nanotube applications for Printed Electronics and Touch Screens at IDTechEX Printed Electronics & Photovoltaics USA (Booth F107) at the Santa Clara, California Convention Center. 

 

SWeNT will feature applications using its…

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Accounts of Chemical Research Special Issue: Theranostic Nanomedicine

Special Issue: Theranostic Nanomedicine…

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UK nanojob monitor

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