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Free webinar on Wednesday 19th October at 15:00 BST: Discover Oxford Instruments latest process innovation: SiC via etch for RF device manufacture
SiC is becoming an increasingly important material, particularly in the arena of high performance GaN RF devices using SiC as a substrate. A smooth via etch through the SiC is essential to enable thes...
Strem Chemicals SURPASSES CHEMSTEWARDS® REQUIREMENTS Strem Chemicals Qualifies for SOCMAs Excellence Ranking
Strem Chemicals Newburyport, MA facility announced today that as a result of exceeding key performance requirements for the Society of Chemical Manufacturers and Affiliates (SOCMA) ChemStewards® pro...
Auxetic Black Phosphorus: A 2D Material with Negative Poisson's Ratio Yuchen Du1,3, Jesse Maassen1,3,4,*, Wangran Wu1,3, Zhe Luo2,3, Xianfan Xu2,3,*, and Peide D. Ye1,3,* 1 School of Electric...
Jean-Pierre Sauvage, a CNRS researcher from 1971 to 2014 and currently professor emeritus at the Université de Strasbourg, has been awarded the 2016 Nobel prize in chemistry, jointly with Sir James Fr...
National Nanotechnology Day Is October 9th: Schools, labs, and institutions across the country are hosting events, writing articles, and planning activities for the first annual National Nano Day celebration
National Nanotechnology Day, a series of events and activities led by the U.S. nanotechnology community, is an annual opportunity to inform the public and stakeholders about nanotechnology and its ben...
Manufacturing microspheres: Technique mass-produces uniform, encapsulated particles for pharmaceuticals, many other uses
Microencapsulation, in which a tiny particle of one material is encased within a shell made from another, is widely used in pharmaceuticals manufacturing and holds promise for other areas, such as sel...
Enhancing the Superconducting Properties of an Iron-Based Material: Scientists pioneer method that enables material to carry more electrical current without resistance at a higher temperature
Iron-based superconductors can conduct electricity without resistance at unusually high temperatures relative to those of conventional superconductors, which must be chilled to near absolute zero (min...
Arrowhead and Spring Bank Announce Clinical Collaboration for ARC-520 and SB 9200 in Chronic Hepatitis B
Arrowhead Pharmaceuticals Inc. (NASDAQ: ARWR) and Spring Bank Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (NASDAQ: SBPH), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing novel therapeutics for the treatment of viral...
Haydale Graphene Industry PLC’s (HGI) owned subsidiary, Haydale Composite Solutions (HCS) has announced its commercial partnership with Fullerex Ltd and Filamentprint (UK) Ltd for the purpose...
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Scientists at Brookhaven Lab have developed a way to direct the self-assembly of multiple molecular patterns within a single material, producing new nanoscale architectures. This is a significant conceptual leap in self-assembly that could change the way we design and manufacture electronics.
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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
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New findings could help make optoelectronics and thermoelectric devices from the 2D semiconductors.
The 2016 Nobel Prize for Chemistry has been awarded to Jean-Pierre Sauvage, Sir J Fraser Stoddart and Bernard L Feringa for the design and synthesis of molecular machines, touted to herald a second industrial revolution.
LectureSunday, October 9, 2016 http://www.nano.gov/node/1657 National Nanotechnology Day will feature a series of community-led events and activities on or around October 9th to help to raise awareness of nanotechnology, how it is currently used in products that enrich our daily lives, and the challenges and opportunities it holds for the future. This date, 10/9, pays homage to the nanometer scale, 10-9 meters. Planning for various events, activities, papers, and articles is underway at organizations around the country, and the list is growing! In addition, the National Nanotechnology Coordination Office is promoting two activities: 100 Billion Nanometer Dash, a challenge to run #100BillionNanometers (equal to 100 meters) and upload the videoNano Nuggets, short videos featuring experts, visionaries, and artists sharing their thoughts on nanotechnology Do you have an event planned for National Nanotechnology Day? Email us at email@example.com
ConferenceTuesday, October 25, 2016New York City http://www.czechnanotechnology.com/about-czechinvest/czech-nano-show-new-york-city-2016/ Get to know the Czech nanotechnology sector and meet potential partners from the Czech Republic on October 25, 2016 in New York City! CzechInvest, Investment and Business Development Agency of the Czech Republic, and Consulate General of the Czech Republic in New York are bringing leading Czech nanotechnology companies and R&D institutes to present their latest achievements and unique technologies! Join us for a technology and innovation filled afternoon in the Bohemian National Hall followed by a networking reception.
ConferenceThursday, October 27, 2016Boston, MA http://www.czechnanotechnology.com/about-czechinvest/czech-nano-show-boston-2016/ Get to know the Czech nanotechnology sector and meet potential partners from the Czech Republic on October 27, 2016 in Boston, MA! CzechInvest, Investment and Business Development Agency of the Czech Republic, and Consulate General of the Czech Republic in New York are bringing leading Czech nanotechnology companies and R&D institutes to present their latest achievements and unique technologies! Join us for a technology and innovation filled afternoon followed by a networking reception.
Electrons in graphene behave like light, only better: Researchers discover that electrons mimic light in graphene, confirming a 2007 prediction their finding may enable new low power electronics and lead to new experimental probes
A team led by Cory Dean, assistant professor of physics at Columbia University, Avik Ghosh, professor of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Virginia, and James Hone, Wang Fong-Je...
If the 1967 film "The Graduate" were remade today, Mr. McGuire's famous advice to young Benjamin Braddock would probably be updated to "Plastics ... with nanoparticles." These days, the mechanical, el...
A Northwestern Nobel Prize: Sir Fraser Stoddart of Northwestern University is awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Sir Fraser Stoddart, Board of Trustees Professor of Chemistry in the Weinberg College of Arts and Sciences at Northwestern University, today (Oct. 5) was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry....
Long may you wave, borophene: Rice University researchers say 2-D boron may be best for flexible electronics
Though they're touted as ideal for electronics, two-dimensional materials like graphene may be too flat and hard to stretch to serve in flexible, wearable devices. "Wavy" borophene might be better, ac...