Technology update

Nanomagnet memories approach low-power limit
8 Jul, 2011
Ultralow power devices could revolutionize electronics

Reduced graphene oxide makes good field emitter
7 Jul, 2011
Material is first linear electron source of its kind

New CD featuring multiphysics simulation tutorials

More and more engineers and scientists are using multiphysics to accurately model their products and processes. The brand new edition of the Introduction to Multiphysics Kit CD demonstrates how you can benefit from taking the multiphysics approach for your simulations. Animated simulations of coupled physical effects included on this CD are: CFD, heat transfer, mechanical deformation and electrical currents.
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Lab talk


Passivated nanopores withstand extreme voltages
8 Jul, 2011
Integrated electrodes circumvent electrochemistry for potential control and sequencing of DNA in nanopores


Nano-filamentary resistance switching in transition metal oxides
8 Jul, 2011
Review highlights opportunities to improve future memory devices


Thin-film solar: low-cost synthesis of CZTS nanocrystals
7 Jul, 2011
Method uses inorganic metal salts as precursors, smaller amounts of coordinating solvent, and offers shorter reaction time and simpler post-reaction treatment


Nanoindentation of myelinated axon evaluates nerve regeneration
7 Jul, 2011
Nanomechanical characterization useful for demonstrating structural changes caused by nerve-related diseases


Functionalized electrochemical impedance spectroscopy device target...
6 Jul, 2011
Nanogold-enhanced detection platform suits both routine screening and point-of-care clinical applications

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Zeta Potential Analysis using Z-NTA

NanoSight enables the user of its systems to directly visualize nanoparticles particle by particle to derive individual numbers rather than producing the average numbers as may be seen by other techniques, e.g. Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS). Get your free download here.

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Expanding Multiphysics Applications with COMSOL 4.2

Speaker: David Van, VP of Sales, COMSOL, Inc.
Tuesday 12 July 2011
3.00 p.m. BST (4.00 p.m. Central Europe, 10.00 a.m. East Coast US)

Multiphysics has earned a reputation as an excellent approach to simulation in engineering and science. Because of its inclusive nature, the applicability of Multiphysics is virtually unlimited. COMSOL version 4.2 represents the latest advances in expanding the applications of Multiphysics in several directions. Attend this webinar to hear about the latest features for electromagnetic, mechanical, chemical, fluid and CAD modelling.

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