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May 25th, 2005
World War When?
Mike Treder: "Horrific new weapons of mass destruction made possible by nanotechnology!"
Does that sound like one of CRN's warnings? Not this time. It's Charles Choi writing for UPI, interviewing scientists from the University of Mexico and the University of California.
Preparing for Nano
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Durnham University's DEEPEN project comes to a close September 26th, 2012
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California Research Alliance by BASF establishes more than 25 research projects in three years April 26th, 2017
Geoffrey Beach: Drawn to explore magnetism: Materials researcher is working on the magnetic memory of the future April 25th, 2017
Ultracold atom waves may shed light on rogue ocean killers: Rice quantum experiments probe underlying physics of rogue ocean waves April 27th, 2017
Nano-SPEARs gently measure electrical signals in small animals: Rice University's tiny needles simplify data gathering to probe diseases, test drugs April 17th, 2017
New technology could offer cheaper, faster food testing: Specialized droplets interact with bacteria and can be analyzed using a smartphone April 7th, 2017
Teri Odom and Richard Van Duyne Honored by Department of Defense: Each will receive $3 million over five years to conduct high-risk, high-payoff research March 31st, 2017