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"Hot Nanotechnology Papers 2012": Cationic PAMAM Dendrimers Aggressively Initiate Blood Clot Formation

Clinton F. Jones, Robert A. Campbell, Amanda E. Brooks, Shoeleh Assemi, Soheyl Tadjiki, Giridhar Thiagarajan, Cheyanne Mulcock, Andrew S. Weyrich, Benjamin D. Brooks, Hamidreza Ghandehari, and David W. Grainger



Poly(amidoamine) (PAMAM) dendrimers are increasingly studied as model nanoparticles for a variety of biomedical applications, notably in systemic administrations. However, with respect to…

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Szén nanoszálakból készítettek nagy teljesítményű chipet (in Hungarian)

Olyan módszert mutattak be az IBM anyagkutatói, amellyel szén nanoszálakból nagy teljesítményű számítógépes chipek állíthatók elő. A szén nanocsövekről eddig is tudták, hogy elektromos tulajdonságaik meghaladják a szilíciumon alapuló jelenlegi eszközökét, de a velük való munka nehézsége eddig akadályozta a nanoszálakra alapozott chipek előállítását.…

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Nanoanyagok - a jövő technológiái (in Hungarian)

A nanoanyagok a nanotechnológia tudományából kifejlődött új anyagok, amelyek tulajdonságai azon alapulnak, hogy a nanotartományban léteznek, azaz 1 nanométertől 100 nanométerig. Egy nanométer egy méter egymilliárdod része. Az anyagok fejlesztéséhez a kémia, a fizika és a biológia tudományának összekapcsolása szükséges.…

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Leírták, hogyan kékül meg, aki sok ezüstkolloidot iszik

Washinton, 2012. október 27., szombat (MTI) - Bár orvosi hatása nem igazolt, sokan fogyasztják az ezüstkolloid-oldatot abban a reményben, hogy antibakteriális tulajdonságai folytán távol tartja a fertőzéseket. Ha azonban nagyobb mennyiséget iszik belőle valaki, bőre szürkéskékre változik, aminek…

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Just published - 29/10/2012

Just published - nanotech papers of our members:

P. Uma Sathyakam, P.S. Mallick…

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"Hot Nanotechnology Papers 2012": Towards realisation of mixed carbon nanotube bundles as VLSI interconnects: A review

Author's names: P. Uma Sathyakam, P.S. Mallick
Abstract: Carbon nanotube based interconnect technology is becoming popular…
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"Hot Nanotechnology Papers 2012": Bio-inspired polarized skylight-based navigation sensors: A review

Authors name: Salmah B. Karman, S. Zaleha M. Diah and Ille C. Gebeshuber



Abstract: Animal senses cover a broad range of signal types and signal bandwidths and have inspired various sensors and bioinstrumentation devices for biological and medical applications. Insects, such as desert ants and honeybees, for example, utilize polarized skylight pattern-based

information in their navigation…

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"Hot Nanotechnology Papers 2012": Terminalia Arjuna Bark Extract Mediated Size Controlled Synthesis of Polyshaped Gold Nanoparticles and Its Application in Catalysis

Authors:  Rakhi Majumdar, Professor Braja Gopal Bag,

University/Institute:  Vidyasagar University…

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IMECE 2012 Micro and Nanofluidics Symposium schedule

Dear colleagues,

 

Please be aware IMECE 2012 Micro and Nanofluidics Symposium will be in Houston from November 12 to November 15. Attached please find the schedule of the symposium (topics 7-33 and 10-11). If you will attend IMECE 2012, we would also like to invite you to join the technical committee meeting (Tuesday, November 13, 4:00pm to 5:00pm) and the Fluids Engineering Division Reception (Wednesday, November 14, 6:30-8:30pm).

 

Jiang Zhe, Topic…

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"Hot Nanotechnology Papers 2012": Differences in Antioxidant/Protective Efficacy of Hydrated C60 Fullerene Nanostructures in Liver and Brain of Rats with Streptozotocin-Induced Diabetes

Victor Nedzvetsky, Grigoriy Andrievsky, Tamar Chachibaia and Artem Tykhomyrov

Abstract

Background: Diabetes mellitus causes damage to many vital organs, including brain and liver, mostly due to excessive free radical generation and development of oxidative stress. Some water-soluble forms of C60 fullerene and their hydrated…

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A lézerfizika legújabb eredményei (in Hungarian)

MEGHÍVÓ

a Magyar Tudomány Ünnepe rendezvénysorozathoz kapcsolódó előadássorozatra

az MTA Fizikai Tudományok Osztálya

Lézerfizikai Tudományos Bizottságának szervezésében:

 

A lézerfizika legújabb eredményei

 

Időpont: 2012. november 7-én 10:00-tól

Helyszín:  az MTA Székház Nagyterme (2. emelet); 1051 Budapest, Széchenyi István tér 9.

Az előadások 20 percesek.

 

A LÉZERFIZIKA LEGÚJABB…

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Diákok az Akadémián, Nyitott kapuk - Magyar Tudomány Ünnepe 2012 (in Hungarian)

Ebben az évben a Felfedező tudomány a kiemelt témája és címe a Magyar Tudományos Akadémia idén november 5-e és 30-a között megrendezendő Magyar Tudomány Ünnepe (MTÜ) rendezvénysorozatának. A programokon a tudomány azon felismerései és felfedezései mutatkoznak meg, amelyek eredetien újat és az emberi tudást megalapozó, bővítő eredményeket hoznak.

 

Az előző évek tapasztalataiból kiindulva és sikerein felbátorodva idén ismét sor kerül a népszerű Diákok az…

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Save the date! - 27th November 2012

On 27th November 2012 celebrate our community the 5th anniversary of the nanoscientific social network "Nanopaprika".

 

5979 nanotech…

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New Bruker Nano Surfaces Webcast: Comparative and Correlative imaging of Polymers and biological samples by SEM, TEM and AFM - 21 November 2012

Bruker Nano Surfaces Division



Free Online Web Seminar

 

Comparative and Correlative imaging of Polymers

and biological samples by SEM, TEM and AFM

This webinar will take place on:

Wednesday, 21 November…

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ELTE Nanofizika Szeminárium

Az ELTE Nanofizika Szeminarium jovo hetfoi eloadasa:



Tapasztó Levente (MFA): Nanométeres hullámok a grafén atomi szerkezetében



Understanding how the mechanical behaviour of materials deviates at the nanoscale from the macroscopically established concepts is a key challenge of particular importance for graphene, given the complex interplay between its nanoscale morphology and electronic properties. In this work, the (sub)nanometre-wavelength periodic rippling of…

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MetrolExpo - Moscow, Russia

More information here: http://metrol.expoprom.ru/en/

Flyer:…

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FSRM course "Wafer Bonding"

Here is a course to learn the properties and the potential of various wafer bonding processes regarding their applicability to the fabrication of MEMS devices :…



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2 weeks left to register! Nanosafe2012 Conference on 13-15 November 2012.

  INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SAFE PRODUCTION AND USE OF NANOMATERIALS



Last chance to attend Nanosafe12…

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Plasmonic Nanooptics (Tuebingen, Germany)

The main target of this project is to study linear and non-linear optical properties of plasmonic nanostructures. Confocal optical microscopy, scanning near-field optical microscopy and dark-field optical microscopy are the main tools for this project. The research topics are 1) Optical characterization of plasmonic nanostructures of different shape and materials. 2) Investigating non-linear optical behavior (e.g. second harmonic generation and two-photon photoluminescence) of plasmonic…

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Welcome! Nanopaprika was cooked up by Hungarian chemistry PhD student in 2007. The main idea was to create something more personal than the other nano networks already on the Internet. Community is open to everyone from post-doctorial researchers and professors to students everywhere.

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