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Development of Algorithm for Accurate Calculation of Average Distance Travelled by Low-Speed Electrons without Energy Loss that Are Sensitive to Surface Structure
The research team consisting of postdoctoral researcher Da Bo, former postdoctoral researcher Hiroshi Shinotsuka, group leader Hideki Yoshikawa and special researcher Shigeo Tanuma, Surfac...
A group of specialists from the Center for Research in Advanced Materials (Cimav), have developed nanostructured coatings capable of withstanding temperatures exceeding 1000 degrees Celsius, which are...
Researchers from Iran University of Medical Sciences presented a new method to overcome limitations in the laser surgery of head and neck through nanotechnology.
Iranian researchers from Amirkabir University of Technology have produced polymeric scaffolds which could be used for tissue engineering purposes.
Combining antibodies, iron nanoparticles and magnets steers stem cells to injured organs:Study published in Nature Communications details targeted nanomedicine therapy to regenerate heart muscle injured by heart attack
Researchers at the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute infused antibody-studded iron nanoparticles into the bloodstream to treat heart attack damage. The combined nanoparticle enabled precise localization of...
New soft-etching technique could allow for new applications in consumer electronics, such as in the emerging field of the “Internet of Things”.
Structuring a ceramic metamaterial makes it not only strong and light, but also robust enough to recover its original shape when deformed.
New device is as sensitive as the best THz radiation detectors but it is a million times faster.
The Northeastern Universitys NSF Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center for High-rate Nanomanufacturing (CHN) has developed a fully-automated system that uses offset-type printing technologies at the nanoscale to make products that fully take advantage of the superior properties of nanomaterials. In minutes, the system can print metals, organic and inorganic materials, polymers, and nanoscale structures and circuits (down to 25 nanometers) onto flexible or inflexible substrates. The Nanoscale Offset Printing System (NanoOPS) is a new system that has the potential to transform nanomanufacturing and spur innovation. Because of its relative simplicity, NanoOPS is expected to eliminate some of the high cost entry barriers to the fabrication of nanoscale devices for electronics, energy, medical, and functional materials applications. Current nanofabrication facilities cost billions of dollars to build, and their operation requires massive quantities of water and power. NanoOPS could operate at a fraction of the cost, making nanomanufacturing accessible to innovators and entrepreneurs, and creating the potential for a wave of creativity, perhaps similar to what the PC did for computing and what the 3D printer is doing for design. In addition to reducing manufacturing costs, NanoOPS will go beyond current fabrication capabilities by enabling the commercialization of products enabled by the properties of nanoscale materials, such as nanotubes, that have been demonstrated in laboratory settings. This will enable critical manufacturing in areas such as new and more affordable medicines; stronger, lighter building materials; or faster, cheaper electronics. NanoOPS was designed jointly by the CHN team and Milara, a Massachusetts-based manufacturer of specialized equipment for the semiconductor industry, and subsequently built by Milara. This enables industry and innovators access to unique, emerging nanoscale process tools transitioning directly from a NSF NSEC. This exciting development provides a prime example of the new emphasis on science and technology investments by the federal government effectively transitioning to impact the commercial sector. The CHN will be hosting a NanoOPS Demonstration to be held on September 17, 2014 at Northeastern Universitys Burlington, MA campus. Please contact Eric Howard, firstname.lastname@example.org (mailto:email@example.com) or check out http://nano.server281.com/nanoops-day/ (http://nano.server281.com/nanoops-day/) for more details or to RSVP to this event.
Categories: National Nanomanufacturing Network
Malvern technology delivers Malvern reliability in multi-disciplinary lab at Queen Mary University London
The cross-disciplinary capabilities of Malvern Instruments' technology are being fully exploited at Queen Mary University London. The Zetasizer Nano, NanoSight Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis (NTA) and...
State University of New York Trustees Unanimously Approve SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) as New Name for Merged SUNY CNSE / SUNYIT
The State University of New York Board of Trustees today voted unanimously to approve SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) as the new name for the recently merged SUNY College of Nanoscale Science a...
JPK reports on the use of the NanoTracker Optical Tweezers system at the University of Leiden to study the organisation of genomic DNA
JPK Instruments, a world-leading manufacturer of nanoanalytic instrumentation for research in life sciences and soft matter, reports on the use of the NanoTracker Optical Tweezers system in the Labor...
Phosphorus a promising semiconductor: Rice University physicists find 2-D form pays no heed to defects
Defects damage the ideal properties of many two-dimensional materials, like carbon-based graphene. Phosphorus just shrugs.
Nanophase Technologies Corporation announced today the opening of a new polishing laboratory that will enable new product development and provide customer application support and process simulation fo...
The potential for deployment of cold plasma sources in medical and biological applications continues to increase in areas such as dentistry, surgery, wound sterilisation and general surface decontami...
Iranian researchers used a new inorganic pre-cursor in the presence of microwave and succeeded in presenting a novel method for the synthesis of a semi-conductor which can be used in solar cells.
DELMIC and Phenom-World announce Delphi, the worlds first fully integrated tabletop fluorescence and electron microscope
DELMIC develops and manufactures products which are focused on high performance, user friendly, integrated microscopy solutions. In a collaborative development with electron microscope provider Phenom...
Researchers have developed a light detector that could revolutionise chemical sensing and night vision technology.