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ConferenceTuesday, October 18, 2016 to Thursday, October 20, 2016Montreal, Canada http://www.graphenecanadaconf.com/2016/ Montreal (Canada) will host the 2nd edition of the Graphene & 2D Materials International Conference and Exhibition: October 18-20, 2016. Graphene Canada 2016 will be a 3 days event that means to gather the key players of the Graphene Community and related sectors. This event is launched following the lack of meetings in the field in Canada and aims to become an established event, attracting global participants, intent on sharing, exchanging and exploring new avenues of graphene-related scientific and commercial developments. The Industrial Forum will present the most recent advances in technology developments and business opportunities in graphene commercialization. Key representatives of “graphene companies” will share their market vision and business opportunities, while selected talks from industrial exhibitors will present commercial showcases in all current market fields of graphene products.
A research team consisting of MANA Independent Scientist Takeo Minari, International Center for Materials Nanoarchitectonics (MANA), NIMS National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS)
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) to fund a new Center on Nano-safety Research at T.H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health
National Institutes of Health (NIH) and its National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) just announced the funding of a new interdisciplinary Nano-safety Center at the T. H. Chan Harvard School of Public Health News
NIMS is Japan's sole National Research and Development Agency specializing in materials science. NIMS is charged with basic research and development of materials science, and to advance the level of expertise in the field. 1-2-1 Sengen, Tsukuba-city Ibaraki 305-0047 JAPAN
A joint research group including senior researcher Shinsuke Ishihara at the Frontier Molecules Group, International Cente National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS) News Office
The entry of nanotechnology into manufacturing has been compared to the advent of earlier technologies that have profoundly affected modern societies, such as plastics, semiconductors, and even ele Michael Berger, Nanowerk
To continue advancing, next-generation electronic devices must fully exploit the nanoscale, where materials span just billionths of a meter. Justin Eure, Brookhaven National Laboratory
ConferenceWednesday, November 2, 2016 to Thursday, November 3, 2016Manchester Central, UK https://www.events.ukti.gov.uk/innovate-uk-2016 The global spotlight on UK innovation is back and promises to be better than ever. We’ll be bringing together 3,000 of the UK’s most exciting innovators to connect with export opportunities, investors, collaborators and the research base.
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In work that aims to protect soldiers from biological and chemical threats, a team of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory scientists has created a material that is highly breathable yet protecti Anne M Stark, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Transparent electronics devices are present in today’s thin film displays, solar cells, and touchscreens. The future will bring flexible versions of such devices. Dr. Carola Jung, INM Leibniz Institute for New Materials
For the first time, researchers led by Tufts University engineers have integrated nano-scale sensors, electronics and microfluidics into threads – ranging from simple cotton to sophisticated synthe Patrick Collins, Tufts University
Ron Walli, Communications - Oak Ridge National LabAdditive manufacturing techniques featuring atomic precision could one day create materials with Legos flexibility and Terminator toughness, according to researchers at the Department of Energy’s O
Laboratory for Plasma Nanosynthesis at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (LPN-PPPL) combines PPPL expertise in plasma science with the materials science capabilities of Princeton University and other institutions. LPN-PPPL is conducting collaborative research on the fundamental physics of plasma synthesis of nanomaterials with the goals to understand, predict, and ultimately control the synthesis processes starting from the plasma generation to nucleation and growth of nanoparticles and nanostructures. The LPN-PPPL research program focuses on the integration of three areas: 100 Stellarator Road Princeton, NJ, 08540
Lynn L. Bergeson and Carla N. Hutton, Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.The Congressional Research Service (CRS) prepared a June 28, 2016, report, Nanotechnology: A Policy Primer.