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Comment by Julia Dvoretskaya on January 19, 2010 at 8:24am
We are glad to help you with nano materials. But if you get it how do you want to use it for solution of health, food & education problems? Why am i interested in it? The response is simple. The research of application of nano materials is hardly carried out. Everybody is talking about nano materials but still nobody can appy it in necessary way. We can contribute to you with metal nano particles for good and valuable consideration. I hope that we will feather in.

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Comment by PROF.DR.MOHAMED ABDELALL IBRAHIM on August 30, 2009 at 4:27pm
thanks LaVeme L Poussaint,
really much knowledgs importants
i hope work together for building strong society development
my visions for make progress in development countries in 21st century we must use the advanced technology and science for making rabbits change
there are much problems in the the develoment countries, i know well africa , zone arab , the using of clasical solutions not present strong slution and most of this countries rested in poverty zone until now , there are much notes about this zones,now with nano technology i think we can founding the solutions for illnesses,food,learning.environment ,........in 21st century every things change and the the thinks must change

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Comment by LaVerne L Poussaint on August 30, 2009 at 9:56am
Professor,

I've put together this compilation of efforts, endeavours, opportunities already underway in the Caribbean, Africa, and Latin America. It's not comprehensive, but it's a rushed response to your newest blog post and allows for the possibility that some TINCer somewhere might benefit by meeting a few of the upcoming deadlines. There's still time to submit manuscripts for the Tunisia conference and applications for the Third World Academy of Sciences grants.

Towards tomorrow,
LaVerne

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The Academy of Sciences for the Developing World (formerly Third World Academy of Sciences)
« is an autonomous international organization, based in Trieste, Italy, that promotes scientific excellence for sustainable development in the South. Its principal aim is to promote scientific capacity… It was founded in 1983 by a distinguished group of scientists from the South under the leadership of the late Nobel laureate Abdus Salam of Pakistan. It was officially launched by the secretary-general of the United Nations in 1985… The Academy's strength resides in the quality and diversity of its membership – internationally renowned scientists elected by their peers. TWAS represents the best of science in developing countries… »

Nano Rising in the South. TWAS Newsletter 19 (3): 40-45
https://twas.ictp.it/publications/nl/2007/twas-newsletter-vol-19-no...

TWAS – Bose Post Graduate Fellowship Programme
« TWAS and the S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, India have agreed to offer five fellowships annually to young (maximum age: 35) foreign scientists from developing countries who wish to pursue research leading towards a PhD in physical sciences. »
http://twas.ictp.it/prog/exchange/fellowships-pg/bose/?searchterm=nano

31 AUGUST DEADLINE!!! USE ONLINE APP TO SEND VIA EMAIL OR FAX.

AREAS OF RESEARCH:

Electronic structure and physics of materials;
Soft condensed matter, complex systems and statistical physics;
High energy physics and mathematical physics;
Optics, mesoscopic phenomena and chemical physics;
Astrophysics;
Experimental physics: magnetism, in particular manganites, Birkhaussen effect, Mössbauer spectroscopy, superconductivity, mechanical stress-strain relaxation, dielectric spectroscopy in the nano and pico time scales, as well as noise measurements in terms of resistance fluctuation spectroscopy;
Nanoscience and technology: Synthesis of nanomaterials; physical measurements using scaling probe microscopy; mesoscopic phenomena; electronic structure and modelling; nanolithography; nanobiophysics;
Theoretical chemistry: Density functional theory, quantum fluid dynamics and applications; atoms/molecules under intense or super-intense laser fields; atoms/molecules under strong magnetic fields; quantum chaos; computational quantum chemistry (novel molecules, nanoclusters, biomolecules, drug-DNA interaction modelling); theoretical spectroscopy and relaxation phenomena; simulation studies and non-equilibrium thermodynamics.

TWAS- Bose PostDoctoral Fellowship Programme
« For young scientists (maximum age: 45) from developing countries (other than India) who wish to pursue postdoctoral research in the physical sciences at the S.N. Bose National Centre for Basic Sciences, Kolkata, India. »
http://twas.ictp.it/prog/exchange/fellowships-pdoc/bose-pdoc/?searc...

31 AUGUST DEADLINE!!! USE ONLINE APP TO SEND VIA EMAIL OR FAX.

AREAS OF RESEARCH:


Electronic structure and physics of materials.
Soft condensed matter, complex systems and statistical physics.
High energy physics and mathematical physics.
Optics, mesoscopic phenomena and chemical physics.
Astrophysics.
Biophysics.
Experimental physics: magnetism, in particular manganites, Birkhaussen effect, Mössbauer spectroscopy, superconductivity, mechanical stress-strain relaxation, dielectric spectroscopy in the nano and pico time scales, as well as noise measurements in terms of resistance fluctuation spectroscopy.
Nanoscience and technology: Synthesis of nanomaterials; physical measurements using scaling probe microscopy; mesoscopic phenomena; electronic structure and modelling; nanolithography; nanobiophysics.
Theoretical chemistry: Density functional theory, quantum fluid dynamics and applications; atoms/molecules under intense or super-intense laser fields; atoms/molecules under strong magnetic fields; quantum chaos; computational quantum chemistry (novel molecules, nanoclusters, biomolecules, drug-DNA interaction modelling); theoretical spectroscopy and relaxation phenomena; simulation studies and non-equilibrium thermodynamics.


S.N. Bose will provide a monthly stipend to cover living costs, food, and health insurance. The monthly stipend will not be convertible into foreign currency. Free on-campus accommodation will be provided.


TWAS 11th General Conference hosted by the Academy of Science and Technology of Africa:
Durban, South Africa, October 2009
https://twas.ictp.it/events/twas-general-conference

TWAS Research/Grants STLC Programme in Basic Sciences (Science-and-Technology-Lagging Countries)
http://twas.ictp.it/prog/grants/research-grantshttp://twas.ictp.it/...
Under this scheme, grants are awarded to individual researchers and research units in 80 STLC countries (S&TLC) to enable them to purchase the research facilities they need to enhance their productivity.

DEADLINE: 31 AUGUST!!!!!

TWAS –COMSTECH JOINT RESEARCH GRANTS PROGRAMME
For young scientists in OIC countries working in science and technology to enable them to purchase the research facilities they need to enhance their productivity. 1 March and 31 August 2009.
http://twas.ictp.it/prog/grants/twas-comstech-joint-research-grants/

DEADLINE: 31 AUGUST!!!!

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International Conference on Advancements in Nanotechnology and Microelectronics hosted by Institut
National des Sciences Appliquées et de Technologie (INSAT), Tunisie, November 2009


«The Humboldt Kolleg’09 sponsored by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (Germany) on «Advancements in Nanotechnology and Microelectronics» organized by Tunisian Humboltianer seeks contributions from young and juniors researchers interested in Semiconductor, Quantum Optics, Microsensors and Microsystems, DNA Biochips, Photovoltaic Cells, Renewal Energy, Molecular Biophysics, Nanomaterials and Nanostructures for Microelectronic Applications. The conference addresses all aspects of research related to the development, characterization, test, design and packaging of new materials for nanodevices engineering. It covers the design process, fabrication method, characterization techniques and tools for microelectronics. Moreover, the conference scope includes other application fields such as telecommunication, biomedical and automotive systems. »

CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION IS FREE FOR AUTHORS OF ACCEPTED ABSTRACTS.

Main Topics of Interest:

Nanodevices and Nanomaterials
Microsensors and Microsystems
Photonic Gap Materials and Applications
Biosensors and Bioelectronics
New Conducting Polymers for Microelectronic Devices
Physics of Biomembranes, Carbon Nanotubes and DNA bioChips
Biomaterials and Biophotonics
New Technologies of of Quantum Optics
Renewal Energy and Photovoltaic Cells
Micro- and Nanoparticles for Drug Delivery
Scanning Near-field Optical Microscopy Techniques (AFM, STM, SNOM)
Nanometrology
Modeling & Analysis, Embedded Systems
Design & Test of Integrated Circuits
Nanotechnology in Robotics

MANUSCRIPTS SUBMISSION DEADLINE: 5 SEPTEMBER 2009

http://anm09.com/

http://clubnano.asso.fr/documents/afficheAN&M09.pdf

http://www.insat.rnu.tn/

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CARISCIENCE 10th Anniversary Conference & Science Award Programme (Trinidad & Tobago, 2008)
Session 3: NanoTechnologies and their Potential for Sustainable Development in the Caribbean
http://docs.google.com/gview?a=v&q=cache%3AMNWfsloH31oJ%3Awww.u...

« CariScience is a network of R&D and postgraduate programmes in the basic sciences in the member countries. Funded and advised by UNESCO, it is a sister organisation of the Caribbean Academy of Sciences. CariScience's next Annual Conference will meet in Suriname (Dutch Guyana) in October 2009.

It was officially launched at the Mona Campus of the University of the West Indies in Jamaica on June 1, 1999 by the then Vice-Chancellor, The Honorable Rex Nettleford. It is an organization administered by researchers for researchers and involves scientists in Barbados, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Jamaica, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago. Membership is open to any established Research Centre or Unit in these countries. To date, with very limited funding CARISCIENCE has supported over 17 Workshops, Conferences/ Symposia, 28 academic visits and 7 Research and Development Projects. It has recently introduced a Caribbean Young Scientist Fellowship Programme, which enables Ph.D students to spend 3-6 months at centers of excellence in Brazil, Mexico, Cuba, India and the International Centre for Theoretical Physics in Trieste, Italy. CARISICENCE works closely with a number of organizations including UNESCO, OAS, TWAS, ICPT and academies of sciences. »

CARISCIENCE at The University of the West Indies, Saint Augustine, Trinidad & Tobago campus:
http://sta.uwi.edu/fsa/dmcs/cariscience/objectives.asp

Upcoming Events:
CARISCIENCE Annual Meeting, (Suriname, October 1-2, 2009)
Summer School on “Nano-science” (Guadeloupe, 2010)
Winter School on “Climate Studies” (Trinidad, January, 2010)
Workshop on “Strengthening the Research Culture in the Caribbean" (Jamaica, 2010)
TWAS Young Scientists Conference in the Caribbean (Jamaica, 2010)


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International Cooperation Partner Countries (ICPC) NanoNet /NanoSciences Africa Network (NanoAfNet)
http://knowledge.cta.int/en/content/download/21523/259430/file/ICPC...


ICPC NanoNet Regional Reports are now available: http://www.icpc-nanonet.org/

« Each report provides information on activities, initiatives, centres, networks, organisations, scientists and researchers for countries in each of the following ICPC regions:

Africa
The Caribbean
The Pacific
Asia (East) and Asia (West)
Eastern Europe and Central Asia
Latin America
Mediterranean Partner Countries
Western Balkan Countries »

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FOCUS NANOTECHNOLOGY AFRICA INC. (FONAI) BRIEF REPORT (2009)
http://www.fonai.org/uploads/Accomplishment_FONAI_USEACANI.pdf

Lists centres, regional specializations, personnel, and contact info of Nano professionals throughout the continent and the Caribbean: Chad, South Africa, Ghana, Burundi, Algeria, Uganda, Egypt, Ivory Coast, Zimbabwe, Tunisia, Namibia, Zambia, Lesotho, Gabon, Nigeria, Cameroun, Senegal, Kenya, Sudan, Ethiopia, Botswana, Morocco, Tanzania, Benin, Libya, Mauritania, Rwanda, Togo, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Guadeloupe, Trinidad and Tobago, Barbados, and Mexico.

US EU African Asia Pacific Caribbean NanoTechnology Initiatve (USEACANI) Executive Summary
http://www.fonai.org/uploads/USEACANI.pdf

USEACANI Online Workshops Abstracts (June 2009)
http://www.fonai.org/uploads/Abstracts_USEACANI.pdf

US-Africa and Caribbean Nanotechnology Initiative (USACANI) Workshop
http://www.merid.org/NDN/more.php?articleID=1727&search=%2FNDN%...

«USACANI is now called US-EU-Africa-Asia-Pacific and Caribbean Nanotechnology Initiative (USEACANI), covering 158 countries with special focus on 84 nations within Africa, Pacific, the Caribbean, the Pacific, and USA. The Academy of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (USEACANN) academy -which is the first of this kind world-wide- is the advisory arm of the expanded US-Africa and Caribbean Nanotechnology Initiative (USACANI). »

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NanoTechnology for Development / Zunia Knowledge Exchange
http://zunia.org/cat/nanotechnology-in-developing-countries/

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NANOFORUMEU LA for EU-Latin America Nano-Collaborations:

Fact-Finding Mission: NanoTechnology in Brazil:
http://www.nanoforum.org/nf06~modul~showmore~folder~99999~scid~500~...

NanoForumEULA Consortium Final Report: Fact Finding Mission: NanoTechnology in Brazil:

http://74.125.113.132/search?q=cache:_ZIq0OVI06IJ:www.mesaplus.utwe...

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"Nano-Divide Threatens Developing Countries"
http://www.scidev.net/en/opinions/nanodivide-threatens-developing-c...

"Will Prince Charles et al diminish the opportunities of developing countries in nanotechnology?"
http://nanotechweb.org/cws/article/indepth/18909

"Small is beautiful? Nanotechnology solutions for development problems"
http://www.nanowerk.com/spotlight/spotid=4618.php

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Status of NanoTechnology in Nigeria: Prospects, Options, and Challenges
http://www.who.int/ifcs/documents/forums/forum6/ppt_nano_adewoye.pdf

NanoAfrica 2009
http://www.nanoafrica.co.za/default.aspx

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