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Quantum technologies to revolutionize 21st century: Nobel Laureates to discuss impacts at 66th Lindau Meeting
Is quantum technology the future of the 21st century? On the occasion of the 66th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting, this is the key question to be explored today in a panel discussion with the Nobel Laur...
FEI and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology Establish New Electron Microscopy Centre of Excellence: Centre of Excellence involves materials and life sciences research and technical collaboration
FEI (NASDAQ: FEIC) and the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) have announced a collaboration agreement to establish a new Centre of Excellence. The Centre will be located at th...
News from Quorum: Diamond Light Source use Quorum Cryo-SEM preparation system in conjunction with a new beamline
Quorum Technologies, market and technology leaders in electron microscopy coating and cryogenic preparation products, report on the use of their PP3000T cryo preparation system in conjunction with the...
EM Resolutions, manufacturers and suppliers of tools and accessories for users of electron microscopes, report on the use of their support films in use at the Cambridge Advanced Imaging Centre.
A team of researchers from the Iowa State University in Ames, IA has demonstrated a proof-of-concept three-dimensional paper-based microbial fuel cell (MFC) that could take advantage of capillary acti...
Washington State University researchers have developed a unique, multifunctional smart material that can change shape from heat or light and assemble and disassemble itself. They have filed a provisio...
Wireless, wearable toxic-gas detector: Inexpensive sensors could be worn by soldiers to detect hazardous chemical agents
MIT researchers have developed low-cost chemical sensors, made from chemically altered carbon nanotubes, that enable smartphones or other wireless devices to detect trace amounts of toxic gases.
Scientists at Hokkaido University have developed a device that employs both magnetic and electronic signals, which could provide twice the storage capacity of conventional memory devices, such as USB...
Zap a tumor with radiation to trigger expression of a molecule, then attack that molecule with a drug-loaded nanoparticle. That's the approach researchers working in mice have taken in a new study tha...