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ANL is based in Nijmegen the Netherlands. We are a high volume 2D material foundry and producer of mono-layer graphene and other 2-Dimensional Material sheets with a low defect density. Our advanced CVD systems enable optimum film morphology for wafers from 50mm (2”) through to 200mm (8”) diameter. Tarweweg 3 6534 AM Nijmegen The Netherlands
With the recent publication on the 2016 National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) strategic plan last month, we are provided insight on refinements o Jeff Morse, Ph.D.
Single wall carbon nanotubes are one of the most effective conductive additives – they are able to significantly increase electrical and thermal conductivity, and to improve the mechanical properti OCSiAl News
Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) being highly electrically conductive along the tube axis, have gained great research interests in recent years for connecting two conducting electrodes at the nanoscale – wh Michael Berger, Nanowerk
Researchers from Case Western Reserve University, Dayton Air Force Research Laboratory and China have developed a new dry adhesive that bonds in extreme temperatures—a quality that could make the p Case Western Reserve University News
STARTUP NANO is a pioneer incubation and acceleration programs for nanotechnology innovation. It gathers research and entrepreneurship expertise, with world top research centers support to create the ecosystem needed to build, grow and scale startups with products based in nanotechnology and focused in global markets. Translation of nanotech science to market > Expertize in moving science from lab to market Incubation for Nanotechnology > Capability for early stage nanotech production Build for Global Markets
The National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO) is pleased to announce the release of the new 2016 National Nanotechnology Initiative Strategi Marlowe Newman, NNCO Communications Director
Carbon dioxide capture is a high-profile area of chemical research offering a direct approach to tackling the rise in atmospheric carbon dioxide. KAUST Discovery
In a paper this week for the journal Nature Energy, a Los Alamos National Laboratory research team demonstrates an important step in taking Nancy Ambrosiano, Los Alamos National Laboratory - Communications Office
The ability to precisely control every aspect of a material, even at the nanoscale, is of critical importance in a host of applications. Tom Fleischman, Cornell Chronicle - Cornell University
Workshop/TrainingWednesday, November 2, 2016 to Thursday, November 3, 2016Arlington, Virginia http://www.nbmcworkshop.org/ BS&T III will link markets with manufacturing for wearable human monitoring devices – addressing both ends of the ecosystem. The forum will explore critical technical areas of discovery with product developers, and, collectively, show how quantitative monitoring leads to a healthier way of life. In addition, methods for reliably and consistent manufacturing of these devices will be addressed. This forum will bring together the players across the growing range of industries that are entering or advancing human monitoring applications, to: share pre-competitive ideas that may be applied to product development, assess roadblocks in bringing human monitoring products to market, and; form partnerships that have become key in overcoming obstacles to successful manufacturing and product development. Join the experts from NBMC who are at the cutting edge of product design and manufacturing techniques. Indeed, the success of previous BS&Ts was based on the unique membership of NBMC, where product and manufacturing-oriented engineers from industry, universities, and government labs form teams and pool resources (financial as well as technical) to accelerate human monitoring product development into manufacturing prototypes. Preliminary Agenda – More Speakers Confirming Daily Esther Sternberg Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine Prof. Dermot Diamond Dublin City University Ralf Lenigk GE Kirsten Koehler Johns Hopkins University Stephen Walley MEMS & Sensor Industry Group Lisa Friedersdorf NNCO Denis Barbini Universal Instruments Jason Heikenfeld University of Cincinnati Dr. Andrew Steckl University of Cincinnati Lloyd Whitman White House OSTP Product Categories: Medical & Environmental Monitors Human performance, medical and environmental monitors, even with their different market focuses, share many similarities when it comes to design, manufacturing and data management. All three areas share certain combinations of chemistries, physics, electronics and biometrics for assessing the needs of the market. Please share your work with the group. Human performance-monitoring devices are aimed at measuring the ability of persons to function as needed on a moment-to-moment basis. This category includes, among others: warfighters, drivers, athletes, industrial workers, and health-care providers. Human medical-monitoring devices measure the response to treatment, or assess the potential for harm to individuals who may be patients or healthy individuals in a hazardous situation, and includes: elderly individuals at home, patients during treatment and patients in recovery. Environmental monitoring devices measure the health and condition of many of the external aspects also important to our well-being. The category includes air, agriculture, water, food, and other aspects of our daily lives. How does the development of small, flexible, electronic systems add to the viability of these systems? Devices for any of these markets must not only be precise and accurate, but also reliable in operation, repeatable in performance, and reproducible through consistent manufacturing. New Trends in Product & Process Development NBMC is at the forefront of a new trend in industry and academia that focuses on partnerships to develop new pre-competitive manufacturing technology as a spur to industry growth and economic security. The triad of NBMC with its sister organizations FlexTech and NextFlex supports advanced technology and initial product development from pre-pilot to implementation in full production.
In 2014, when University of Wisconsin–Madison engineers announced in the journal Nature Communications Renee Meiller, Director of communications, University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Engineering
ConferenceMonday, October 31, 2016 to Wednesday, November 2, 2016Massachusetts Institute of Technology https://aimphotonics.academy/events/aim-photonics-technical-meeting-oct-2016/ Building an Industry Part 2, Navigating the Integrated Photonics Technology Transition AIM Photonics Institute, in conjunction with The MIT Microphotonics Center and INEMI, is holding a Fall Technical Meeting from October 31 – November 2, 2016. In addition to reviewing the current workforce needs and solutions, speakers will discuss photonics technologies and roadmap strategies moving forward. All Integrated Photonics Professional, Faculty, Students, and Companies engaged or entering the Integrated Photonics Marketplace, and AIM Photonics Members are invited to attend.
DryWired is an award-winning Los Angeles based clean tech firm that distributes advanced surface nanotechnologies globally. DryWired’s mission is to harness nanotechnology as a catalyst for change. Our eco-friendly protective thin-film coatings make buildings more energy efficient, surfaces cleaner, lessen e-waste, reduce city air pollution and make food last longer. We are committed to solving global challenges through scientific partnerships with private laboratories and leading universities. 5524 Alcoa Ave. Vernon, CA 90058
SDI is one of the largest semiconductor equipment brokerages of Semiconductor, Test, SMT, Assembly, Solar, FPD, AMOLED, PCB, Laboratory and Scientific equipment concentrating on professionalism, customer service and value for money. SDI fabsurplus.com's mission is to help our customers properly and efficiently purchase, use and re-use Semiconductor Manufacturing Equipment, Flat Panel Display manufacturing equipment and Solar Cell and Module manufacturing equipment saving money for the buyer and the seller. Italy (World Headquarters) Via F Russo, 19 Napoli 80123 USA SDI-Fabsurplus LLC Boise (ID)
A tiny lift, artificial muscles and miniscule motors. The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2016 is awarded to Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J. Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L. Jessica Balksjö Nannini, The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences
ConferenceMonday, December 5, 2016 to Wednesday, December 7, 2016Dubai, United Arab Emirates http://www.setcor.org/conferences/Nanotech-Dubai-2016 The 3rd Edition Nanotech Dubai 2016 brings together leading scientists, researchers, engineers, practitioners, technology developers and policy makers in nanotechnology to exchange information on their latest research progress, innovation and business opportunities. It's among the most important events in terms of international regulatory policies and it's opened to the participation of private companies. It's unique venue for companies to promote equipment and technology. The conference covers all frontier topics in nanotechnology. The conference includes plenary lectures and invited talks by eminent personalities from around the world in addition to contributed papers both oral and poster presentations. The 3rd Edition Nanotech Dubai 2016 conference organizing committee is looking forward to welcoming you in Dubai. The conference will be held in the prestigious Highest Hotel in the World, JW Marriot Marquis Hotel, Sheikh Zayed Road, Business Bay, Dubai.
ConferenceWednesday, March 29, 2017 to Friday, March 31, 2017Incheon, Korea http://www.setcor.org/conferences/SurfCoat-Korea-2017 The conference provides a comprehensive overview of the state-of-the-art in the fields of surfaces, coatings and interfaces engineering, discusses recent advances and current problems, and points out the prospective development of the field. Contributions are expected to be in line with the surface treatments and coatings processes, and their properties/performance. The conference targets scientists, engineers, managers, innovators, and entrepreneurs. It will provide opportunities for the delegates to exchange face-to-face their novel ideas and experiences with the international experts during plenary & invited talks, oral presentations and posters sessions. Conference Topics Surface treatments and coatings deposition processes Surface engineering and functionalization Characterization of engineered surfaces Surfaces and coatings properties/ Performance Interface and interaction science Electro- and electroless plating Cold and Thermal spraying Thermochemical surface engineering Thin film by PVD, CVD, and ALD Novel surface modification technologies Conversion coatings Additive manufacturing of surfaces Surface engineering in sustainable energy applications Biomedical/ Bioactive surfaces and coatings Biointerfaces Optical, electric, photovoltaic and magnetic coatings Hydro-, ice- and oleophobic/philic surfaces Multi-functional, composite/ hybrid, graded and multilayers coatings Smart surfaces and coatings Self-healing surfaces Modelling of simulation of coating Surface nanoengineering Nanocoatings and Ultra-Thin Films Graphene coatings/films Tribological coatings Wear and corrosion protection Adhesion and Adhesives
The emerging capabilities in nanomanufacturing for systematic control and manufacturing across multiple length scales are evolving into the next generations of nanotechnology-enabled products. Jeff Morse, Ph.D.
Scientists from imec (partner in Solliance and EnergyVille), Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), and Zentrum für Sonnenenergie- und Wasserstoff-Forschung Baden-Württemberg (Centre for Solar En