Home > News > Event to link biology with nanotechnology
July 22nd, 2004
Event to link biology with nanotechnology
Sensors as small as paint chips could one day detect chemicals used for terrorism. Each day, the emerging science of nanotechnology makes strides that bring science fiction into daily life. On Monday, Purdue will hold a conference to discuss how these strides link with biology. The conference is free and open to the public.
Study shows how water dissolves stone, molecule by molecule: International team uses computers, experiments to better predict chemical dissolution December 5th, 2013
Laser light at useful wavelengths from semiconductor nanowires: Nanowire lasers could work with silicon chips, optical fibers, even living cells December 5th, 2013
DNA helicity and elasticity explained on the nanoscale: Korean researchers propose simple model to explain DNA helicity and elasticity on a nanometer scale December 5th, 2013
3-D printing and custom manufacturing: from concept to classroom: Strategic investments from NSF help engineers revolutionize the manufacturing process December 5th, 2013