The first 3-D images that disclosure a double membrane surrounding mycobacteria were recorded by Martinsried scientists, ending a long scientific debate about the mycobacterial outer membrane and opening new pathways to improve the development of chemotherapeutic substances against tuberculosis.
Japan's Ministry of Health, Lobour and Welfare held the first meeting of study groups on the safety of nanomaterials such as carbon nanotube and fullerene at a joint government building in Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo, March 3, 2008.
Researchers have discovered a way to control the growth rate of replacement tissue and the formation of new blood vessels, which solves one of the vexing problems of growing replacement tissue to treat injuries and trauma in humans.
Elsevier, a publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, announced today Hybrid Materials 2009: The First International Conference on Multifunctional, Hybrid and Nanomaterials which will take place in Tours, France, 15-19 March 2009.
In order to properly assess the potential risk of insoluble and/or biopersistent nanomaterials used in cosmetics either new risk-assessment methods have to be developed or the existing ones have to be improved, an EU scientific committee concludes.
For the first time anywhere, IBM scientists have found a way to suppress unwanted interference of electrical signals created when shrinking graphene, a two-dimensional, single-atomic layer thick form of graphite, to dimensions just a few atoms long.
NanoCharM, a Coordination and Support Action funded by the EU is notable for two firsts'. Not only was it the first to be signed under the EU's Seventh Framework Programme, with a start date of January 1st 2008, but was also the highest ranked CSA project to be approved.
Governor Mitch Daniels joined executives from IBM and the Semiconductor Research Corporation today to announce plans to open a new $61 million nanoelectronics research center on the campus of the University of Notre Dame, creating new research opportunities to develop atomic-scale technologies that will drive future breakthroughs in computing.
With the second review conference of the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) approaching in April, a raft of studies have appeared making clear that fundamental changes in science and technology are affecting the implementation of the treaty and that it must be adapted to take account of them.
Die Nanoanalytik bildet in diesem Jahr einen deutlichen Schwerpunkt der Analytica Conference, die im Rahmen der Analytica vom 1. bis 3. April als bedeutendste europaeische Analytiker-Tagung stattfindet. Drei wissenschaftliche Gesellschaften, die Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker (GDCh), die Gesellschaft furr Biochemie und Molekularbiologie (GBM) und die Deutsche Vereinte Gesellschaft fuer Klinische Chemie und Laboratoriumsmedizin (DGKL), zeichnen für das Programm verantwortlich.
Using an unusual spectroscopic technique, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have provided the most convincing evidence yet that current is flowing through a simple silicon-based molecular “sandwich,” which is the most basic structure of molecular electronics.