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- Conte Nanotechnology Cleanroom Lab
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ConferenceSunday, September 25, 2016 (All day) to Monday, September 26, 2016 (All day)University of Central Florida, Orlando http://nanoscience.ucf.edu/ NanoFloridaTM 2016 is the second nanoscience based conference in Florida and is centralized around the theme of industry-academia networking. NanoFlorida™ is currently the only conference in Florida to be organized solely by students. The purpose of this conference is to provide a forum for researchers in the state of Florida to help exchange scientific information and to forge strong industry-academia research partnerships. Faculties and company representatives all over Florida have been invited to attend the symposium. Last year, NanoFlorida™ 2015 was a great success: we hosted over 200 participants from universities throughout Florida. To continue with our efforts, we are again organizing NanoFlorida™ 2016, the 8th Annual Nanoscience Technology Symposium at the University of Central Florida – Student Union on September 25-26th, 2016.
ConferenceWednesday, October 26, 2016 (All day) to Friday, October 28, 2016 (All day) Singapore http://www.bitcongress.com/nano2016/ScientificProgramme.asp Nano S&T-2016 will comprise 8 professional parallel forums including nano-manufacturing, advanced nanomaterials, nano-electronics, nanomedicine and nanobiotechnology, etc. The program highlights some recent breakthrough stories and successes in this particular field. Over the conference period, you will have opportunities to share information and the best practices on from current research to commercial implementation of new technologies. At the same time, we would explore further communication and collaboration through social activities during the conference.
ConferenceMonday, November 7, 2016 (All day) to Wednesday, November 9, 2016 (All day)Warsaw, Poland http://www.nanomed.uk.com/ NanoMED is being organized as part of “NANOSMAT Focus Meetings”. The first ever NANOSMAT conference was held in Portugal in 2005. Ever since, NANOSMAT conferences have grown rapidly and have become increasingly popular amongst researchers, scientists, academics and industrialists from all over the world. NANOMED will provide a unique platform for discussing key aspects of nanotechnology and its applications in medicine. In doing so, the conference will attract international delegates from academia, industry and research institutes to network, exchange ideas and gain new insights on the forefront of nanotechnology and medicine. The conference will see a range of oral, poster presentations, plenary, keynote, invited talks, workshops, and it will also host an exhibition.
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A process for synthesizing boron nitride nanotubes at 4000 °C produces high-purity boron nitride nanotubes catalyst-free without escalating the price.
Weird, water-oozing material could help quench thirst: Nanorods' behavior first theorized 20 years ago, but not seen until now
After their nanorods were accidentally created when an experiment didn't go as planned, the researchers gave the microscopic, unplanned spawns of science a closer look.
Novel capping strategy improves stability of perovskite nanocrystals: Study addresses instability issues with organometal-halide perovskites, a promising class of materials for solar cells, LEDs, and other applications
Perovskite materials have shown great promise for use in next-generation solar cells, light-emitting devices (LEDs), sensors, and other applications, but their instability remains a critical limitatio...
New nanomaterial offers promise in bendable, wearable electronic devices: Electroplated polymer makes transparent, highly conductive, ultrathin film
An ultrathin film that is both transparent and highly conductive to electric current has been produced by a cheap and simple method devised by an international team of nanomaterials researchers from t...
Analogue quantum computation has been universally digitized using superconducting circuits: The University of the Basque Country and Google have colaborated on the experiment published in Nature
The QUTIS group, led by the Ikerbasque professor Enrique Solano, is a world leader in theoretical proposals for quantum simulation and quantum computation with superconducting circuits and other quant...
Perovskite solar cells surpass 20 percent efficiency: EPFL researchers are pushing the limits of perovskite solar cell performance by exploring the best way to grow these crystals
EPFL researchers are pushing the limits of perovskite solar cell performance by exploring the best way to grow these crystals.
New research explains why so many biological networks, including the human brain (a network of neurons), exhibit a hierarchical structure, and will improve attempts to create artificial intelligence....
Physicists at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have "entangled" or linked together the properties of up to 219 beryllium ions (charged atoms) to create a quantum simulator. Th...
An international consortium led by researchers at the University of Basel has developed a method to precisely alter the quantum mechanical states of electrons within an array of quantum boxes. The met...
Novel energy inside a microcircuit chip: VTT developed an efficient nanomaterial-based integrated energy
VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland developed an extremely efficient small-size energy storage, a micro-supercapacitor, which can be integrated directly inside a silicon microcircuit chip. The hi...
Scientists can now identify the exact location of a single atom in a silicon crystal, a discovery that is key for greater accuracy in tomorrow's silicon based quantum computers.
Technique could help reduce the risk of dangerous complications.
Combination of digital and analogue computing methods may be the route towards a quantum computer.
Sagrario Domínguez-Fernández, a Telecommunications engineer, has managed to increase light absorption in silicon by means of nanostructures etched onto photovoltaic cells. This increases the efficienc...
Massive trove of battery and molecule data released to public: The Materials Project, run by Berkeley Lab, accelerates innovation by enabling computationally driven materials and battery design
The Materials Project, a Google-like database of material properties aimed at accelerating innovation, has released an enormous trove of data to the public, giving scientists working on fuel cells, ph...