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Physicists find new explanation for key experiment: Researchers at Bielefeld University publish findings on spin caloritronics and are the first to apply measurement methods in the field
An experiment at Tohoku University (Japan) in 2008 laid the foundations for research on 'spin caloritronics' - a field that aims to develop more effective and energy-saving data processing in informat...
Liquid crystals are familiar to most of us as the somewhat humdrum stuff used to make computer displays and TVs. Even for scientists, it has not been easy to find other ways of using them.
Just as in the well-known children's story of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, something good happens when things are done in moderation, rather than in extremes. Now a new study has translated "not to...
Researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have "teleported" or transferred quantum information carried in light particles over 100 kilometers (km) of optical fiber, four...
First circularly polarized light detector on a silicon chip: Promises to expand use of polarized light for drug screening, surveillance, optical communications
Invention of the first integrated circularly polarized light detector on a silicon chip opens the door for development of small, portable sensors that could expand the use of polarized light for drug...
SUNY Poly Announces Joint Development Agreement with INFICON to Establish Cutting Edge R&D Partnership Supporting New York States Rapidly Expanding Nanoelectronics Industry
Collaboration expected to advance semiconductor manufacturing processes and lead to the creation of 50 jobs at SUNY Poly statewide facilities.
Permanent data storage with light: Researchers develop the first non-volatile all-optical chip memory based on phase change materials -- publication in Nature Photonics
The first all-optical permanent on-chip memory has been developed by scientists of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and the universities of Münster, Oxford, and Exeter. This is an important ste...
When researchers dream about electronics of the future, they more or less dream of pouring liquids into a beaker, stirring them together and decanting a computer out onto the table. This field of...
A team of chemists says they have developed a technology to economically convert atmospheric CO2 directly into highly valued carbon nanofibers for industrial and consumer products.
Using a method they invented for joining disparate elemental layers into a stable material with uniform, predictable properties, researchers are testing an array of new combinations that may vastly expand the options available to create faster, smaller, more efficient energy storage, advanced electronics and wear-resistant materials.
Marlowe Newman, NNCOFriday, October 2, 2015 12:00 - 1:00 PM EDT
Categories: National Nanomanufacturing Network
CoPS is the best non-platinum catalyst for the hydrogen evolution reaction.
Work could help in the development of new materials for stem cell therapy and regenerative medicine.
ConferenceWednesday, November 4, 2015 (All day) http://www.bostonsociety.org/APN/ Keynote Speaker: Dr. Jonathan Fitzgerald, Merrimack Pharmaceuticals "Nal-IRI, Nanoliposomal Irinotecan: From Concept to Positive Phase 3 Results" Keynote Speaker: Prof. Mansoor M. Amiji, Northeastern University "Translational Nano-Medicine: Targeted Therapeutic Delivery for Cancer, Pain, and Inflammatory Diseases" Session I: Preclinical Tools - Changing Landscape of the Pharmaceutical Sciences Session II: Nanotechnology in Clinical Trials Session III: Regulatory Guidance - Getting Nanopharmaceuticals Approved: From Bench to Clinic Session IV: APN - Future Perspective The Broad Institute 415 Main Street, Cambridge, MA 02142
Stanford engineers invent transparent coating that cools solar cells to boost efficiency: The quandary: The hotter solar cells get, the less efficiently they convert sunlight to electricity; The fix: A new transparent overlay allows light to hit the cells
Every time you stroll outside you emit energy into the universe: Heat from the top of your head radiates into space as infrared light.
Rice announces $150 million in strategic research initiatives: Plan includes campuswide investments, new hires in data science, nanotechnology
Rice University is preparing to invest over $150 million in strategic initiatives aimed at increasing its research competitiveness, establishing a world-renowned program in data sciences and bolsterin...
Paper coated with silver nanoparticles has different commercial applications in various industries; therefore the Iranian researchers studied the antibacterial effects of papers coated with silver nan...
University of Houston researchers create fatigue-free, stretchable conductor: Material moves foldable electronics, new implantable medical devices a step closer
Researchers have discovered a new stretchable, transparent conductor that can be folded or stretched and released, resulting in a large curvature or a significant strain, at least 10,000 times without...
UCLA physicists determine 3-D positions of individual atoms for the first time: Finding will help scientists better understand the structural properties of materials
Atoms are the building blocks of all matter on Earth, and the patterns in which they are arranged dictate how strong, conductive or flexible a material will be. Now, scientists at UCLA have used a pow...
Pushing the limits of lensless imaging: At the Frontiers in Optics conference researchers will describe a custom-built ultrafast laser that could help image everything from semiconductor chips to cells in real time
Using ultrafast beams of extreme ultraviolet light streaming at a 100,000 times a second, researchers from the Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany, have pushed the boundaries of a well-establi...