Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC) today joined with researchers at Stanford University to announce multiple ?firsts? demonstrated with carbon nanotubes to produce CMOS-compatible working circuits on a wafer scale.
The 52nd International Electron Ion and Photon Beam Technology and Nanofabrication (EIPBN) Conference announced six Micrograph Contest winners at its annual Conference held this year in Portland, Oregon May 27-30.
Researchers at Purdue University are developing a miniature refrigeration system small enough to fit inside laptops and personal computers, a cooling technology that would boost performance while shrinking the size of computers.
The two universities plan to announce today that they will seek $35 million a year from the Indiana General Assembly in each of the next two years to help fund an alliance aimed at boosting Indiana's life-sciences industry in such areas as pharmaceuticals, bio-energy and nanotechnology.
Thanks to a new electron holography technique invented by researchers at CEMES-CNRS in France it is possible to map deformation in a crystal lattice with a precision and resolution never previously attained.
Companies which produce, use, process or market nanomaterials are confronted with specific unknown risks inherent to these substances. A new tool now also allows smaller companies, research institutions and retailers to gain a well-founded overview of the actual risk situation in their operations.
Massachusetts, which just passed a $1-billion life sciences bill to invest in high-tech infrastructure and research and development over the next 10 years, is in the best position of any state to achieve high-quality economic growth thanks to its vast array of technology and science assets, a new Milken Institute study shows.
Das Bundesministerium fuer Bildung und Forschung (BMBF) hat eine neue Broschuere zum verantwortlichen Umgang mit Nanomaterialien veroeffentlicht, die die Chancen und Risiken dieser Zukunftstechnologie allgemeinverstaendlich und anschaulich nach dem aktuellen Stand der Technik darstellt.
Customized microscopic magnets that might one day be injected into the body could add color to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), while also potentially enhancing sensitivity and the amount of information provided by images.
Researchers in Texas are reporting the design, construction, and assembly of nano-size building blocks into the first giant structures that can sense and respond to changes in environmental conditions.