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- Roll-to-Roll Fabrication and Processing Facility
- Nanoimprint Lithography & Hybrid Coating R2R Coaters
- Conte Nanotechnology Cleanroom Lab
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- UMass Amherst Electron Microscopy Center
- Hysitron Triboindenter
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ConferenceWednesday, September 28, 2016 to Friday, September 30, 2016Paris, France http://premc.org/iconan2016/ he International Conference On Nanomedicine And Nanobiotechnology is an annual gathering with high-profile plenary speakers, oral and poster presentations, workshops, sponsor exhibitions and afterworks. It is the perfect opportunity to network, learn from others and improve your own skills and knowledge. Targeted drug delivery and nanocarriers Nanomedicine for cancer diagnosis & therapy Biological & medical nanodevices and biosensors Tissue engineering and regenerative nanomedicine Toxicology and risk assessment of nanomedicine systems Nano-Imaging for diagnosis, therapy and delivery Bionanocatalysis and nanobiosystems Microfluidics in nanomedicine and nanobiology
Designing climate-friendly concrete, from the nanoscale up: New understanding of concretes properties could increase lifetime of the building material, decrease emissions
An MIT-led team has defined the nanoscale forces that control how particles pack together during the formation of cement paste, the material that holds together concrete and causes that ubiquitous c...
Ultra-flat circuits will have unique properties: Rice University lab studies 2-D hybrids to see how they differ from common electronics
The old rules don't necessarily apply when building electronic components out of two-dimensional materials, according to scientists at Rice University. The Rice lab of theoretical physicist Boris Y...
Munich physicists have developed a novel electron microscope that can visualize electromagnetic fields oscillating at frequencies of billions of cycles per second.
Borrowing from pastry chefs, engineers create nanolayered composites: Method to stack hundreds of nanoscale layers could open new vistas in materials science
Adapting an old trick used for centuries by both metalsmiths and pastry makers, a team of researchers at MIT has found a way to efficiently create composite materials containing hundreds of layers tha...
Multifunctional epitaxial systems on silicon substrates Authors: Srinivasa Rao Singamaneni and J. T. Prater, North Carolina State University and the Army Research Office; J. Narayan, North Caroli...
Accurate design of large icosahedral protein nanocages pushes bioengineering boundaries: Scientists used computational methods to build ten large, two-component, co-assembling icosahedral protein complexes the size of small virus coats
Inspired by the forms and functions of protein molecule machines and materials observed in nature, such as the shells that protect virus genomes, researchers have now engineered ten large, 120-subunit...
XEI Scientific Partners with Electron Microscopy Sciences to Promote and Sell its Products in North and South America
XEI Scientific, Inc., the world leader in remote RF plasma cleaning of carbon contamination in SEM, FIB, and other vacuum chambers, is pleased to announce an exclusive partnership with EMS, Electron M...
Making magnets flip like cats at room temperature: Heusler alloy NiMnSb could prove valuable as a new material for digital information processing and storage
In today's world of ever-increasing digital information storage and computation, the next information storage revolution seeks to exploit a novel effect arising from the relativistic physics of Einste...
An accelerated pipeline to open materials research: ORNL workflow system unites imaging, algorithms, and HPC to advance materials discovery and design
Using today's advanced microscopes, scientists are able to capture exponentially more information about the materials they study compared to a decade ago--in greater detail and in less time. While the...
Russian physicists discover a new approach for building quantum computers: Physicists find a way of 'bundling together' multiple elements of a quantum computer
Physicists from MIPT and the Russian Quantum Center have developed a method which is going to make it easier to create a universal quantum computer -- they have discovered a way of using multilevel qu...