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A proposed superconductivity theory receives exclusive experimental confirmation: UC Riverside physicist Chandra Varma proposed the theory

Nanotech-Now - March 10, 2016 - 7:45am
Superconductivity - a quantum phenomenon in which metals below a certain temperature develop flow of current with no loss or resistance - is one of the most exciting problems in physics, which has res...

Oxford Instruments unveils new generation 2016 Triton Cryofree dilution refrigerator: High power and enhanced sensitivity in quantum technologies and ultra low temperature physics

Nanotech-Now - March 10, 2016 - 7:45am
Oxford Instruments is unveiling its 2016 new generation Triton Cryofree® dilution refrigerator at a series of high-profile physics conferences this month. With over 220 systems installed worldwide, Tr...

Renishaw launches the new inVia Qontor confocal Raman microscope

Nanotech-Now - March 10, 2016 - 7:45am
The new inVia™ Qontor™ is Renishaw’s most advanced Raman microscope. Building on the market-leading inVia Reflex, the inVia Qontor adds a new dimension to the performance and ease of use for which inV...

Space Solar Power Team Breaks Through At D3 Innovation Summit

Nanotech-Now - March 10, 2016 - 7:45am
The National Space Society congratulates the Space Solar Power D3 (SSPD3) team on sweeping the awards in a March 2 multi-departmental competition to find promising new technology ideas that could simu...

Arrowhead Presents Promising New Preclinical Data on ARC-F12 at AAAAI 2016

Nanotech-Now - March 8, 2016 - 7:45am
Arrowhead Research Corporation (NASDAQ: ARWR), a biopharmaceutical company developing targeted RNAi therapeutics, today presented additional preclinical data suggesting that ARC-F12, an RNAi therapeut...

Harris & Harris Group to Host Conference Call on 2015 Financial Results and a Presentation by Its Portfoio Company, Adesto Technologies Corporation, on March 16, 2016

Nanotech-Now - March 8, 2016 - 7:45am
The management of Harris & Harris Group, Inc., (NASDAQ:TINY), will hold a conference call to discuss the Company's financial results for 2015, to update shareholders and analysts on our business and t...

Irregular silicon wafer breakage studied in real-time by direct and diffraction X-ray imaging

Nanotech-Now - March 8, 2016 - 7:45am
Fracture and breakage of single crystals, particularly of silicon wafers, are multi-scale problems: the crack tip starts propagating on an atomic scale with the breaking of chemical bonds, forms crack...

NIST invents fleet and fast test for nanomanufacturing quality control

Nanotech-Now - March 8, 2016 - 7:45am
Manufacturers may soon have a speedy and nondestructive way to test a wide array of materials under real-world conditions, thanks to an advance that researchers at the National Institute of Standards...

Iowa State engineers develop flexible skin that traps radar waves, cloaks objects

Nanotech-Now - March 8, 2016 - 7:45am
Iowa State University engineers have developed a new flexible, stretchable and tunable "meta-skin" that uses rows of small, liquid-metal devices to cloak an object from the sharp eyes of radar.

Scrutinizing the tip of molecular probes: Nature of interaction of probe molecules on the surface of oxide particles elucidated

Nanotech-Now - March 8, 2016 - 7:45am
Studies of molecules confined to nano- or micropores are of considerable interest to physicists. That's because they can manipulate or stabilise molecules in unstable states or obtain new materials wi...

The secret to 3-D graphene? Just freeze it: New study shows how researchers tame the notoriously fickle supermaterial in aerogel form with 3-D printer and ice

Nanotech-Now - March 8, 2016 - 7:45am
Graphene is a wonder material saddled with great expectations. Discovered in 2004, it is 1 million times thinner than a human hair, 300 times stronger than steel and it's the best known conductor o...

Nanoscale rotor and gripper push DNA origami to new limits: Dietz lab's latest DNA nanomachines demonstrate dynamics and precision

Nanotech-Now - March 8, 2016 - 7:45am
Scientists at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) have built two new nanoscale machines with moving parts, using DNA as a programmable, self-assembling construction material. In the journal Scien...

Graphene slides smoothly across gold: Professor Xinliang Feng co-authors publication in Science journal

Nanotech-Now - March 8, 2016 - 7:45am
Since it produces almost no friction at all, it could drastically reduce energy loss in machines when used as a coating, as the researchers report in the journal Science.

Nanofabrication of a silicon chip with all quantum info processor - Next Big Future

InterNano Industry News - March 8, 2016 - 4:45am
Next Big FutureNanofabrication of a silicon chip with all quantum info processorNext Big Future"We can make a lot of these nanodevices easily by copying our design hundreds or thousands of times, without much additional effort or cost," said Carsten Schuck, post-doctoral researcher and lead author of the paper. "It's similar to what people in ...New chip unlocks computer potentialYale Daily News (blog)all 2 news articles »
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