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Location matters in the self-assembly of nanoclusters: Iowa State University scientists have developed a new formulation to explain an aspect of the self-assembly of nanoclusters on surfaces that has broad applications for nanotechnology

September 9, 2016 - 7:45am
Scientists at Iowa State University have developed a new formulation that helps to explain the self-assembly of atoms into nanoclusters and to advance the scientific understanding of related nanotechn...

Synopsys Joins GLOBALFOUNDRIES’ FDXcelerator Partner Program to Enable Innovative Designs Using the FD-SOI Process: Program Gives Synopsys Access to GLOBALFOUNDRIES’ FDX Portfolio and Provides Customers with Tools that Support the Differentiated Features

September 9, 2016 - 7:45am
Synopsys, Inc. (Nasdaq: SNPS) and GLOBALFOUNDRIES today announced that Synopsys has joined the foundry’s FDXcelerator™ Partner Program, an ecosystem designed to facilitate 22FDX™ system-on-chip (SoC)...

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Extends FDX™ Roadmap with 12nm FD-SOI Technology: 12FDXTM delivers full-node scaling, ultra-low power, and software-controlled performance on demand

September 9, 2016 - 7:45am
GLOBALFOUNDRIES today unveiled a new 12nm FD-SOI semiconductor technology, extending its leadership position by offering the industry’s first multi-node FD-SOI roadmap. Building on the success of its...

GLOBALFOUNDRIES Unveils Ecosystem Partner Program to Accelerate Innovation for Tomorrow’s Connected Systems: FDXcelerator™ Partner Program expands the ecosystem and promotes faster, broader deployment of GLOBALFOUNDRIES’ FDX™ portfolio

September 9, 2016 - 7:45am
GLOBALFOUNDRIES today announced a new partner program, called FDXcelerator™, an ecosystem designed to facilitate 22FDX™ system-on-chip (SoC) design and reduce time-to-market for its customers.

For first time, carbon nanotube transistors outperform silicon

September 9, 2016 - 7:45am
For decades, scientists have tried to harness the unique properties of carbon nanotubes to create high-performance electronics that are faster or consume less power -- resulting in longer battery life...

3-D graphene has promise for bio applications: Rice University-led team welds nanoscale sheets to form tough, porous material

September 9, 2016 - 7:45am
Flakes of graphene welded together into solid materials may be suitable for bone implants, according to a study led by Rice University scientists.

Low-cost and defect-free graphene: FAU researchers make key break-through

September 9, 2016 - 7:45am
Graphene is one of the most promising new materials. However, researchers across the globe are still looking for a way to produce defect-free graphene at low costs. Chemists at Friedrich-Alexander-Uni...

Nano-Toxicity Testing at Regulatory Sciences Summit: In Vitro Tests Can Most Efficiently Assess Nanomaterial Toxicity

September 7, 2016 - 7:45am
The PETA International Science Consortium will present on nonanimal nano-toxicity testing at the Global Summit on Regulatory Science Nanotechnology Standards and Applications, September 7-9 in Bethesd...

NeuRAM3 Project to Present Latest Technology for Brain-inspired ICs: NeuRAM3 Workshop Brings Together International Experts on Neuromorphic Electronics At ESSDERC/ESSCIRC 2016 on Sept. 12 in Lausanne, Switzerland

September 7, 2016 - 7:45am
An international project to develop technology and architectures for mimicking neural behavior in integrated circuits will review the state of the art in creating neuromorphic circuits and bring toget...

Nanodiamonds in an instant: Rice University-led team morphs nanotubes into tougher carbon for spacecraft, satellites

September 7, 2016 - 7:45am
Superman can famously make a diamond by crushing a chunk of coal in his hand, but Rice University scientists are employing a different tactic.

Super-resolution microscope builds 3-D images by mapping negative space

September 7, 2016 - 7:45am
Scientists at The University of Texas at Austin have demonstrated a method for making three-dimensional images of structures in biological material under natural conditions at a much higher resolution...

Notre Dame researchers find transition point in semiconductor nanomaterials

September 7, 2016 - 7:45am
Collaborative research at Notre Dame has demonstrated that electronic interactions play a significant role in the dimensional crossover of semiconductor nanomaterials. The laboratory of Masaru Kuno, p...

Imperial College use Kleindiek micromanipulators in their research into electrochemical energy devices

September 7, 2016 - 7:45am
EM Resolutions, manufacturers and suppliers of tools and accessories for users of electron microscopes, report on the research of Dr Farid Tariq of Imperial College. He is applying Kleindiek micromani...

JPK’s NanoWizard® AFM is used to evaluate the risk of cardiovascular disease in patients at iMM, University of Lisbon

September 7, 2016 - 7:45am
JPK Instruments, a world-leading manufacturer of nanoanalytic instrumentation for research in life sciences and soft matter, reports on the use of their NanoWizard® AFM system at the Instituto de Medi...

SLAC's high-speed 'electron camera' films atomic nuclei in vibrating molecules: Method gives scientists new ways to study rapid nuclear motions in nature's light-dependent processes

September 7, 2016 - 7:45am
An ultrafast "electron camera" at the Department of Energy's SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory has made the first direct snapshots of atomic nuclei in molecules that are vibrating within millionths...

Rutgers engineers use microwaves to produce high-quality graphene: Rutgers experts discover easy way to make graphene for flexible and printable electronics, energy storage, and catalysis

September 7, 2016 - 7:45am
Rutgers University engineers have found a simple method for producing high-quality graphene that can be used in next-generation electronic and energy devices: bake the compound in a microwave oven.

Making the switch, this time with an insulator: Colorado State University physicists, joining the fundamental pursuit of using electron spins to store and manipulate information, have demonstrated a new approach to doing so, which could prove useful in th

September 7, 2016 - 7:45am
The growing field of spin electronics - spintronics - tells us that electrons spin like a top, carry angular momentum, and can be controlled as units of power, free of conventional electric current. N...

Mathematical nanotoxicoproteomics: Quantitative characterization of effects of multi-walled carbon nanotubes: This research article by Dr. Subhash Basak et al. will be published in Current Computer-Aided Drug Design, Volume 12, 2016

September 3, 2016 - 7:45am
Various applications of nanosubstances in industrial and consumer goods sectors are becoming increasingly common because of their useful chemical and physical properties. Therefore the development of...

3-D graphene has promise for bio applications: Rice University-led team welds nanoscale sheets to form tough, porous material

September 3, 2016 - 7:45am
Flakes of graphene welded together into solid materials may be suitable for bone implants, according to a study led by Rice University scientists.

Iowa State engineers treat printed graphene with lasers to enable paper electronics

September 3, 2016 - 7:45am
The researchers in Jonathan Claussen's lab at Iowa State University (who like to call themselves nanoengineers) have been looking for ways to use graphene and its amazing properties in their sensors a...