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Lab-on-a-Chip is Platform for Drug Discovery

A cheaper, faster and more efficient platform for preclinical drug discovery applications has been invented by scientists at the Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (IBN), the world's first bioengineering and nanotechnology research ...…

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2 new courses at Jamia's nanotechnology centre

NEW DELHI: Jamia Millia Islamia's new centre on nanotechnology is introducing two post graduate courses - MTech in nanotechnology and PhD programme in nanoscience - from this year. Meanwhile, the AJK Mass Communication Research Centre is also launching ...…

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Research Associate/Chemistry Technician and other USA nanojobs

Agrochemical Delivery Scientist

Monsanto - St. Louis, MO

of research experience…

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Postdoc in Neuromechanics in Ljubljana, Slovenia: Modelling of Human Touch

Title: Postdoc in Neuromechanics in Ljubljana, Slovenia: Modelling of

Human Touch

Department: Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering

Employer: University of Ljubljana

Location: Ljubljana, Slovenia

Posted: Apr 06



Researcher Profile: PhD in

Engineering/Physics/

Neurosciences/Physiology Application Deadline:

1 May 2012 We are inviting applications for a postdoctoral

research position at the University of Ljubljana,…
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Chair, Mechanical Engineering

Title: Chair, Mechanical Engineering

Department: The University of Akron Mechanical Engineering

Employer: University of Akron Main Campus

Location: Akron, OH, United States

Posted: Apr 06



The University of Akron invites application and nominations for

the position of Chair of the Department of Mechanical Engineering.

We are seeking a dynamic leader with a strong and clear vision of

Mechanical Engineering education and research....



Full…

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Machine that makes toilet water 'drinkable', prototype by 2013

Manchester University's Sarah Haigh, an expert in nanotechnology, says the invention could make waste water from toilets safe to drink. The innovation, which has been funded by billionaire Bill Gates, could transform the lives of millions of people in ...…

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Research Studentship and more UK nanojobs

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Special Symposium on Nanomedicine - Rhodes Island, Greece, 27-28 August, 2012

We would like to invite you to participate in the Special Symposiun on Nanomedicine that will be held during NANO2012 "International Conference on Nanostructured Materials", 26-31 August, Rhodes Island, Greece.

 

A number of distinguished speakers, including Dr. Subra Suresh (NSF) and Dr. Daniel Shechtman (2011 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry), have been invited to the NANO2012 Conference for keynote lectures.



The Technical Theme of the…

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Mórahalmon nyitott új varrodát a SZEFO Zrt. (in Hungarian)

Mórahalmon, 2012. április 4., szerda (MTI) – Megnyitotta új varrodáját, a zömében megváltozott munkaképességű dolgozókat alkalmazó, állami tulajdonú SZEFO Zrt. Mórahalmon a Vállalkozói Inkubátor Központban.

    Soltész Miklós szociális, család- és ifjúságügyért felelős államtitkár a szerdán tartott…

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Getting a Handle on the EU's Definition of Nanomaterials

This made the definition of nanomaterials so broad that industries that may never had given a second thought to nanotechnology found that they too were swept up into this regulatory framework. The UK-based Nanosight, whose nanoparticle measurement ...…

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Nanotechnology: the big school debate

There's a rustle as mobiles are unearthed from bags and jacket pockets; this is to be an experiment in live text-voting to see whether the the views of the collected throng change after listening to students debate the pros and cons of nanotechnology.…

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Nanotechnology-equipped cell phones detect harmful airborne substances

The lab of a University of California, Riverside Bourns College of Engineering professor was named on Tuesday, April 3 after Innovation Economy Corporation, a Riverside company that plans to commercialize his research focused on using ...…

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IPhEB St. Petersburg International Forum – Pharmacy. Biotechnology

IPhEB St. Petersburg International Forum – Pharmacy. Biotechnology. Medical equipment will be held on 25-27 of April at Nikolaevsky Palace and Mariinsky Palace. The informative and rich event program of the Forum will be accompanied by the representative IPhEB Exhibition of medical, pharmaceutical and laboratory…

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HFES Participating in USA Science and Engineering Festival

The April 28-29 event in Washington, DC, will feature 3000 exhibits and stage demonstrations of everything from nanotechnology-enabled suits to a tool educating young computer users about correct posture. Nanotechnology, biology, space sciences, ...…

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Israeli invents nanotech printer

Landa Corporation on Monday claimed a major breakthrough in digital printing, based on nanotechnology. Benny Landa's company announced what it called an entirely new printing category. The process uses tiny pigment water-based particles ...…

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Nanotube scale can weigh a proton

A team of scientists at the Catalan Institute of Nanotechnology in Spain says its device can detect changes in mass of 1.7 yoctograms - roughly the mass of one proton. It could be an extremely useful tool, they say, in fields such as mass spectrometry, ...…

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Art And Science Collide In Nano Art: Reloaded Project

Nanotechnology is a science that is being used by most of the Western culture on a daily basis, but the majority of people using do not even know it. People are unaware of the science that goes into making a device like a touchscreen smartphone that ...…

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Does Lifecycle Analysis Make Sense for Nanotechnology?

Last week, at the International Symposium on Assessing the Economic Impact of Nanotechnology held in Washington, DC, researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology presented a paper about using lifecycle analysis to gauge the impact of ...…

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Phd Studentship and other UK nanopositions

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