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    American Scientific Publishers (ASP) - LAUNCHES NEW JOURNAL “ADVANCED CARBON”

    ASP has recently launched its new journal called “Advanced Carbon” which is a peer reviewed multidisciplinary international journal publishing original and high-quality articles, short communications, critical reviews, case studies etc, covering a wide range of topics in carbon related science and engineering.

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    ICNBS Egypt 2013 International conference
    Welcome all,   iSeS Egypt Company in cooperation with Nakaa Nanotechnology Network are organizing the international Conference:   “Nanotechnology, Bi…
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    Welcome all,

     

    iSeS Egypt Company in cooperation with Nakaa Nanotechnology Network are organizing the international Conference:

     

    “Nanotechnology, Biotechnology and Spectroscopy: tools of success in the coming Era”

     

    25 -27 October 2013 in Cairo, Egypt

     

    The conference will take place over 3 days, and will be divided into sections that allow focusing on the conference topics.

     

    Call for Oral and Poster Session Abstracts

     

    The Conference will consist of invited oral presentations, oral presentations and poster presentations selected from abstracts. We are now accepting applications for oral and poster presentations.

     

    Authors will be notified of the selection results. Submissions for presentations should include an abstract of no more than 350 words

     

    Written in Times new roman size 12

     

    It must Include its:

     

    Category name

     

    Title

     

    Author name

     

    Position

     

    Affiliation

     

    Email

     

    and all written in bold 14 Times new roman.

     

    Poster instructions:

     

    Poster must be 1m length x 0.5m width

     

    On your posters, please include:

     

    Title

     

    Authors – denote presenting author with *

     

    A reception to view and discuss posters will be held during the first day of the conference.

     

    Abstracts should support one of the topics listed below:

     

    • Nanotechnology and its applications:

     

    1. Medicine

     

    2. Pharmacy

     

    3. Dentistry

     

    4. Biotechnology

     

    5. Diagnosis and imaging

     

    6. Cancer therapy

     

    7. Microbiology

     

    8. Water treatment

     

    9. Agriculture

     

    10. Nanophysics

     

    11. Nanochemistry

     

    12. Engineering (Mechanics, Electronics, Architecture,…etc) and industry

     

    13. Nanoinformatics

     

    14. Nanotoxicology

     

    15. Radiology and Radiotherapy

     

    • Biotechnology and its applications:

     

    15. Medicine

     

    16. Pharmacy

     

    17. Stem Cells trails

     

    18. Diagnosis and imaging

     

    19. Cancer therapy

     

    20. Microbiology

     

    21. Water treatment

     

    22. Agriculture and food industry

     

    23. Veterinary Medicine and Marine sciences

     

    24. Bioinformatics

     

    • Spectroscopy and its applications:

     

    25. Medicine

     

    26. Pharmacy

     

    27. Dentistry

     

    28. Biotechnology

     

    29. Diagnosis and imaging

     

    30. Cancer therapy

     

    31. Microbiology

     

    32. Water treatment

     

    33. Agriculture

     

    34. Engineering (Mechanics, Electronics, Architecture,…etc)

     

    35. Nanotechnology

     

    36. Materials Science

     

    37. industry

     

    Deadline to send abstracts to nakaa.nanotechnology.network@gmail.com is 30 August 2013

     

    Registration

     

    • Registration Fees

     

    Please vist the conference websites for more details: 

    http://www.ises-nakaa-conf.webs.com

    http://www.ises-nakaa-confe.webs.com

     

    Best Regards

     

     

    Nakaa Nanotechnology Network NNN

     

    website: www.nakaanetwork.webs.com

     

    Mobile: 01115831621

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    Of course it is up to you what would you do if you were getting "a lot of money". But hundreds of scientists worldwide each year chose NT-MDT microscopes.  

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    Denis, OK. After your explanation I finally have found the info, thank you very much for your response. But as I understand, here is discussion of probe microscopes in education. And in this case the price is very important. If I have a lot of money for science I prefer to buy Bruker or Asylum Research.

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    The information is not “hidden”, you can just view the specs here: http://www.ntmdt.com/device/solver-nano (SOLVER NANO is a scientific version of NANOEDUCATOR II). By the way, if you are interested in working in liquid environment or with temperature control or use nanoindentation with diamond probes or use a wide range of other scientific options you can just go to professional SCIENTIFIC microscopes of NT-MDT like SOLVER NEXT (http://www.ntmdt.com/devices/text/specification-22) or NTEGRA (http://www.ntmdt.com/platform/ntegra). I hope you will not say that FemtoScan can compete to professional scientific devices?

     

    And just one clarification – am I right that FS can operate with conductive wire in STM mode ONLY? Or it can use this kind of probe in both STM and AFM mode?

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