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MIT NewsMartin Schmidt named Ray and Maria Stata ProfessorMIT NewsIn addition to research, Schmidt has taught courses in micro/nanofabrication and MEMS, as well as core undergraduate subjects in EECS. His teaching has been recognized with the Ruth and Joel Spira Teaching Award and the Eta Kappa Nu Teaching ...
Engineers at the University of California San Diego have developed a flexible wearable sensor that can accurately measure a person's blood alcohol level from sweat and transmit the data wirelessly to...
LectureTuesday, November 22, 2016 - 10:30amGaithersburg, MD https://www.nist.gov/news-events/events/2016/09/2d-materials-nanosculpting-and-bioelectronics-applications Electron beams constitute powerful tools to shape materials with atomic resolution inside a transmission electron microscope (TEM). I will describe experiments where we push the limits of device size to atomic scale in 2D materials beyond graphene (MoS2, WS2, MoTe2, black phosphorous) and expand their function and precision, while addressing fundamental questions about structure and properties at nanometer and atomic scales. Experiments are performed in situ and ex situ TEM. In situ TEM experiments include fabrication of nanoribbons and field-effect-transistors from novel two-dimensional materials down to sub-nm widths. Ex situ TEM experiments include the ultrafast, all-electronic detection and analysis of biomolecules by driving them through tiny holes – or nanopores – in thin membranes, including the efforts towards mapping a human genome under 10 min. As molecules are driven through nanopores in solution, they block the ion current flow resulting in current reductions from which molecule’s physical and chemical properties are inferred. DNA, proteins, microRNA and other biomolecules can be analyzed. The temporal, spatial resolution and sensitivity in these experiments have been improved over the last few years thanks to advanced materials, device designs and new electronics. For further information please contact Robert Ilic, 301-975-2639, email@example.com
X-ray diffraction measurements provide evidence of multilayer silicene growth and highlight the important role of growth temperatures for achieving the pure silicene phase.
New optical technique could assemble nanoparticles into functional superstructures and devices.
Oxford Instruments is Bringing the Nanoworld Together in India once again - 22 - 23 November 2016 | IISc Bangalore
Oxford Instruments announces the launch of the 2016 technical workshops in India. Now in their 5th year, these workshops held across India have proven extremely popular, with previous events in Bangal...
It seems like almost every week another food product is being recalled because of contamination. One of the more common culprits is a pathogenic strain of E. coli. To help prevent illnesses caused by...
Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the U.S., which makes for a perky population but it also creates a lot of used grounds. Scientists now report in the journal ACS Sustainable Chemistry & E...
As You Sows Shareholder Inquiry on Nanomaterials Fought by Walgreens: Shareholder Proposal Addresses Recent Laboratory Tests Finding Harmful Nanomaterials in Walgreens Store Brand Infant Formula
Rather than respond to shareholder concerns that Walgreens store-brand infant formula may contain harmful, needle-like nanomaterials, Walgreens filed a motion with the SEC to block the inquiry.
BBI Solutions launches innovative conjugate blocking technology that enhances signal intensity for lateral flow immunoassays
BBI Solutions has launched Morffi, a novel conjugate blocking technology that enhances signal intensity and improves the sensitivity of lateral flow immunoassays, at the Lateral Flow Test Development...
The photonic integrated circuits could replace electronic, currently used in computers or smartphones, to make them faster and compact In order to create effective technology that provides competit...