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With millionths of a meter researcher creates technique for measurements using light

Certain scientists, researchers and scholars from disciplines such as biology, mechanical engineering, or the pharmaceutical industry, use elements of the nanoscale (nano corresponds to a billionth of a meter) for their projects . Continue reading



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With millionths of a meter researcher creates technique for measurements using light

Researcher creates technique for nanoscale measurements using light

5 hours ago Researchers from disciplines such as biology, mechanical engineering, or pharmaceuticals use nanoscale elements for their projects (nano corresponds to a billionth of a meter). Handling these compounds requires tools of extreme precision and high-accuracy measurements Continue reading



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Researcher creates technique for nanoscale measurements using light

Acquire cutting edge technology, students told

D. Devaraj, Vice-Chairman, University Grants Commission, has said in this era of intense global competition, fresh graduates need to acquire the cutting edge knowledge in a particular field for a successful career Continue reading



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Mines Announces Former TCU Engineering Dean, Demitris Kouris, Will Be Next Provost

RAPID CITY, S.D. (PRWEB) April 10, 2015 South Dakota School of Mines & Technology President Heather Wilson announced the universitys next provost and vice president for academic affairs will be Demitris Kouris, Ph.D., former engineering dean at Texas Christian University. He will succeed Richard Sinden, Ph.D., who has served as interim provost since Duane Hrncir, Ph.D., retired in September Continue reading



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Mines Announces Former TCU Engineering Dean, Demitris Kouris, Will Be Next Provost

NanoRazorback Artwork Donated to University of Arkansas College of Engineering

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Reducing energy usage with nano-coatings

14 hours ago Metal strip coated with thermochromic nanoparticles. At temperatures above 30 Celsius (about 86 F), the coating is transparent and the metal underneath reflects heat Continue reading



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Cavitation Technologies receives Nano Reactor(R) system trial in Turkey

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Cavitation Technologies receives Nano Reactor(R) system trial in Turkey

IISc opens up its nano science lab for external researchers

The Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, (IISc) has been facilitating research at some of its facilities by people in dire need of the right facilities. A prominent one among them is the lab of the Centre for Nano Science and Engineering or better known as CeNSE. When many a researcher in the country wants to test a hypothesis or wants to verify data relating to nano particles, they have two places to turn to in the country Continue reading



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IISc opens up its nano science lab for external researchers

Water makes wires even more nano

IMAGE:This crossbar array was produced with the meniscus-mask lithography technique invented at Rice University. The crossbar wires are made of silicon dioxide. The scale bar is 10 microns; the inset… Continue reading



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Water makes wires even more nano

Lintec Nano-Science & Technology Center collaborates with UT Dallas, bringing NanoDays 2015 to DFW Metroplex at the …

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Nanoscale worms provide new route to nano-necklace structures

IMAGE:This schematic shows the synthesis of organic-inorganic shish kebab-like nanohybrids composed of periodic nanodisk-like kebabs. view more Credit: Credit: Zhiqun Lin Researchers have developed a novel technique for crafting nanometer-scale necklaces based on tiny star-like structures threaded onto a polymeric backbone. The technique could provide a new way to produce hybrid organic-inorganic shish kebab structures from semiconducting, magnetic, ferroelectric and other materials that may afford useful nanoscale properties Continue reading



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Immunomagnetic assay with microfluidic technology can capture, manipulate circulating tumor cells

Published on March 25, 2015 at 6:24 AM To quantify rare tumor markers that will allow oncologists to make prognoses and select therapies, John X.J. Zhang, PhD led a team of bioengineers from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth in demonstrating a novel system that couples nano-engineered particles and microfluidic chips for capturing and manipulating circulating tumor cells (CTCs) Continue reading



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Immunomagnetic assay with microfluidic technology can capture, manipulate circulating tumor cells

Immunomagnetic Assay On-a-Chip Captures, Analyzes Circulating Tumor Cells

Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise To quantify rare tumor markers that will allow oncologists to make prognoses and select therapies, John X.J. Continue reading



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Immunomagnetic Assay On-a-Chip Captures, Analyzes Circulating Tumor Cells

Cavitation Technologies Receives Nano Reactor System Trial for Canada

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 20, 2015 Cavitation Technologies, Inc. (CTi) (OTCBB:CVAT); announced today that the Desmet Ballestra Group, CTi’s strategic partner since 2010 and licensee of the company’s vegetable oil refining technology, has entered into a new system trial agreement with a canola oil refinery in Canada Continue reading



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Cavitation Technologies Receives Nano Reactor System Trial for Canada

Tin Whiskers Brewing Company: Engineered to Perfection

Short Circuit Stout, Wheatstone Bridge, and Ampere Amber are three of the craft beers on tap at a micro-brewery owned by threemaybe you guessed who already?–electrical engineers. St Continue reading



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Tin Whiskers Brewing Company: Engineered to Perfection

Nano Labs, DerTek form JV for biofuels production in North America

EBR Staff Writer Published 17 March 2015 US-based nanotechnology research and development firm Nano Labs has formed a joint venture (JV) with Mexican firm DerTek to produce biofuels in North America. Continue reading



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Nano Labs, DerTek form JV for biofuels production in North America


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