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August 28th, 2005
These 'bots are made for walkin'
Howard Lovy: Do you remember the "DNA walker" that made headlines last year?
I hadn't gone through recent nanotech patents and applications in a while, so when I was browsing through them yesterday I was pleased that New York University chemist Nadrian Seeman and his colleague William Sherman had filed a patent application in June.
Howard Lovy's NanoBot
Berkeley Lab researchers create nanoparticle thin films that self-assemble in 1 minute June 9th, 2014
Design of self-assembling protein nanomachines starts to click: A nanocage builds itself from engineered components June 5th, 2014
Molecular self-assembly scales up from nanometers to millimeters June 5th, 2014
Nano world: Where towers construct themselves: How physicists get control on the self-assembly process June 2nd, 2014
Russia’s Nano-enabled Products Market to Witness Massive Growth February 8th, 2011
Adept Technology Announces Orders for Over $600K from Chinese Partner January 18th, 2011
Nanostart-held ItN Nanovation Receives Major Follow-on Order in Saudi Arabia November 29th, 2010
Homegrown Companies Developing Batteries for Clean Energy Storage November 2nd, 2010
UCF Nanotech Spinout Developing Revolutionary Battery Technology: Power the Next Generation of Electronics with Carbon July 23rd, 2014
Bruker Awarded Fourth PeakForce Tapping Patent: AFM Mode Uniquely Combines Highest Resolution Imaging and Material Property Mapping July 22nd, 2014
Rice's silicon oxide memories catch manufacturers' eye: Use of porous silicon oxide reduces forming voltage, improves manufacturability July 10th, 2014
Using Sand to Improve Battery Performance: Researchers develop low cost, environmentally friendly way to produce sand-based lithium ion batteries that outperform standard by three times July 8th, 2014
Nano-sized Chip "Sniffs Out" Explosives Far Better than Trained Dogs: TAU researcher's groundbreaking sensor detects miniscule concentrations of hazardous materials in the air July 23rd, 2014
Carbyne morphs when stretched: Rice University calculations show carbon-atom chain would go metal to semiconductor July 21st, 2014
Tiny laser sensor heightens bomb detection sensitivity July 19th, 2014
Future Electronics May Depend on Lasers, Not Quartz July 17th, 2014