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In vivo nanoparticles that can be injected into the body for real-time monitoring of cancer cell metastasis or movement of drugs have been developed by researchers in Korea. On Monday, July 4, Dr....
Multiscale studies of GaN nanowires reveal state of the art piezoelectric generator performance for harvesting ambient mechanical energy.
Synthesized microporous 3-D graphene-like carbons: IBS research team create carbon synthesis using zeolites as a template
Graphene, an allotrope of carbon, discovered more than a decade ago has led to myriad research that seeks to unlock its vast potential. Zeolites, commonly used microporous solid catalysts in the petro...
How can a gecko move across a ceiling upside down? Two mechanisms are responsible: Adhesion via billions of extremely fine hairs on its feet, which enable it to stick to ceilings and walls. And as soo...
No need in supercomputers: Russian scientists suggest a PC to solve complex problems tens of times faster than with massive supercomputers
A group of physicists from the Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics, the Lomonosov Moscow State University, has learned to use personal computer for calculations of complex equations of quantum mec...
Surprising qualities of insulator ring surfaces: Surface phenomena in ring-shaped topological insulators are just as controllable as those in spheres made of the same material
Topological insulators behave like insulators at their core and allow good conductivity on their surface. They owe their characteristics to a new quantum state within the material discovered in 2007 a...
The spread of cancer from a tumor's original location to other parts of the body can play a major role in whether the disease turns deadly. Many steps in this process, called metastasis, remain murky...
Oxford Instruments and Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory collaborate to develop HTS magnet technology components for high field superconducting magnet systems
Oxford Instruments, a leading provider of high technology tools and systems for industry and research, has entered into a collaboration agreement with the High Field Laboratory (HLD) at Helmholtz-Zent...
Texas A&M Chemist Says Trapped Electrons To Blame For Lack Of Battery Efficiency: Forget mousetraps todays scientists will get the cheese if they manage to build a better battery
An international team led by Texas A&M University chemist Sarbajit Banerjee is one step closer, thanks to new research published today (June 28) in the journal Nature Communications that has the poten...
Building a smart cardiac patch: 'Bionic' cardiac patch could one day monitor and respond to cardiac problems
Scientists and doctors in recent decades have made vast leaps in the treatment of cardiac problems - particularly with the development in recent years of so-called "cardiac patches," swaths of enginee...
Porous hybrid composite helps reduce capacity decay rates by solving the 'polysulphide shuttling problem'.
New platform could be used to monitor and stimulate cardiac activity post-surgery.
The era of quantum computers is one step closer as a result of research published in the current issue of the journal Science. The research team has devised and demonstrated a new way to pack a lot mo...
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Categories: National Nanomanufacturing Network
Nano RAY-T is a Latvian hightech company with strong Technology Platform. We have developed several applications for using Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) with extremely high purity (99.5%) and stable technical characteristics. Nano RAY-T technology: Technology of electron field emission (cold cathode) for Xray sources Additive material in 3Dprinting Technology for new generation of Energy storage based on carbon nanotubes (CNTs) We produce all types carbon nanotubes (CNTs) with extremely high purity in 99.5% and stable characteristics. Institūta iela 1, Ulbroka, Stopiņu novads, LV-2130, Latvia
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ConferenceSaturday, July 23, 2016 to Wednesday, July 27, 2016Manchester, UK http://www.esof.eu/home.html The EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) is a biennial, pan-European, general science conference dedicated to scientific research and innovation. Each conference aims to deliver stimulating content and lively debate around the latest advancements and discoveries in the sciences, humanities and social sciences. ESOF brings together over 4,500 leading thinkers, innovators, policy makers, journalists and educators from more than 90 countries, to discuss current and future breakthroughs in contemporary science. Now in its seventh iteration, ESOF attracts thousands of delegates to the host city during the week of the conference, which, in 2016, will be held between 23 and 27 July in Manchester. ESOF is one of the best opportunities for everyone from leading scientists, early careers researchers, business people, policy makers, science and technology communicators to the general public to come together to find out more about how science is helping us advance today.
LectureWednesday, July 27, 2016 - 2:00pmhttp://www.esof.eu/the-programme/event-information/small-matter-of-safety.html http://Manchester Central Convention Complex, UK There are already thousands of nano-enabled products on the market but knowledge of the effects of engineered nanomaterials on human health and the environment is still insufficient. The small size of nanoparticles (< 100nm) present countless possibilities for developing the characteristics of products, but at the same time may make them toxic if they penetrate the skin or enter the human blood circulation via the lungs. How can consumers and workers be exposed to nanomaterials and what are the risks? How can we promote the safe and sustainable use of nanomaterials? We will explore the responsible use of nanotechnologies and how it is crucial for the success and commercialisation of nanoproducts and for maintaining public trust.