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Carbice Nanotechnologies seeks to scale heat dissipation and management technology - Georgia Tech News Center (press release)
Georgia Tech News Center (press release)Carbice Nanotechnologies seeks to scale heat dissipation and management technologyGeorgia Tech News Center (press release)Baratunde Cola, an associate professor at Georgia Tech's George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering, founded Carbice Nanotechnologies, which is focused on finiding ways to keep electronics and their components cool to meet durability and ...
Non-animal approach to predict impact of nanomaterials on human lung published Archives of Toxicology publishes workshop recommendations
A compilation of recommendations from a 2015 workshop organized by the PETA International Science Consortium Ltd. appears in a report in Archives of Toxicology.
In October 2013 the European Commission as part of its Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) scheme launched the Graphene Flagship. This large scale, international research collaboration is moving fo...
Haydale, a leader in the development of enhanced graphene and nanoparticulate materials, reports on a presentation that describes the development of roll-to-roll gravure printing of biosensors based u...
CMU The Tartan OnlineUniversity members prepare for the opening of Scott HallCMU The Tartan OnlineThe Sherman and Joyce Bowie Scott Hall is the most recent addition to the Carnegie Mellon campus. The new home for the Biomedical Engineering Department, Nano Fabrication, and Wilton E. Scott Institute for Energy Innovation, set to officially open on ...
A roll-to-roll printer stamps nanoscale features onto sheets of materials
New process might offer a more energy-efficient alternative to current recycling methods