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Marrying superconductors, lasers, and Bose-Einstein condensates: Chapman University Institute for Quantum Studies (IQS) member Yutaka Shikano, Ph.D., recently had research published in Scientific Reports
Chapman University Institute for Quantum Studies (IQS) member Yutaka Shikano, Ph.D., recently had research published in Scientific Reports. Superconductors are one of the most remarkable phenomena in...
Unravelling the impact of environmental exposure to nanomaterials can be complicated by the difference between the materials produced for applications and those released into the environment.
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.
New, efficient, devices are environmentally friendly and can be produced at low temperatures.
(with movie - French) A high x-ray absorbing nanoparticle could boost radiotherapy treatment while helping the immune system fight all types of non-local cancers in metastasis.
Oral drug delivery could benefit.
ConferenceWednesday, June 22, 2016 (All day) to Friday, June 24, 2016 (All day)Amsterdam, the Netherlands http://www.industrialtechnologies2016.eu/ Welcome to the largest networking conference in the field of new production technologies, materials, nanotechnology, biotechnology and digitalisation in Europe, with high level delegates. Industrial Technologies 2016 is a three days conference with a wide variety of plenary and interactive sessions, inspiring keynote speakers, case studies, eye-opening site visits and numerous opportunities to get in contact with new business partners. The conference that brings together research, industry, education, finance and policy from manufacturing and process industry and technology domains from all over Europe to identify priorities that are crucial to strengthen the European industrial innovation ecosystem. Industrial Technologies 2016 – Creating a Smart Europe is organized as an associated event of the Netherlands Presidency of the Council of the European Union in the first half of 2016.
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Discovery of gold nanocluster 'double' hints at other shape-changing particles: New analysis approach brings two unique atomic structures into focus
Chemically the same, graphite and diamonds are as physically distinct as two minerals can be, one opaque and soft, the other translucent and hard. What makes them unique is their differing arrangement...
The development of photodetectors has been a matter of considerable interest in the past decades since their applications are essential to many different fields including cameras, medical devices, saf...
Multicolor super resolution imaging: A method to monitor dynamic protein binding at subsecond timescales
Researchers from the Mechanobiology Institute (MBI) at the National University of Singapore have developed a new method, using super-resolution microscopy, to determine the length of stretched protein...
A Stanford University research lab has developed new technologies to tackle two of the world's biggest energy challenges - clean fuel for transportation and grid-scale energy storage.
New imaging method reveals nanoscale details about DNA: Enhancement to super-resolution microscopy shows orientation of individual molecules, providing a new window into DNA's structure and dynamics
Researchers have developed a new enhanced DNA imaging technique that can probe the structure of individual DNA strands at the nanoscale. Since DNA is at the root of many disease processes, the techni...
RMIT quantum computing researchers have developed and demonstrated a method capable of efficiently detecting high-dimensional entanglement.
When the body is fighting an invading pathogen, white blood cells--including T cells--must respond. Now, Salk Institute researchers have imaged how vital receptors on the surface of T cells bundle tog...
Key compound for high-temperature superconductivity was found: Leading to the solution of environmental and energy problems with superconductivity
A research group in Japan found a new compound H5S2 that shows a new superconductivity phase on computer simulation. Further theoretical and experimental research based on H5S2 predicted by this group...
New approach to microlasers: Technique for 'phase locking' arrays of tiny lasers could lead to terahertz security scanners
Terahertz radiation -- the band of electromagnetic radiation between microwaves and visible light -- has promising applications in security and medical diagnostics, but such devices will require the d...
Yale scientists have found a way to greatly boost the intensity of light waves on a silicon microchip using the power of sound.