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May 18th, 2006
New publications, experiments, and breakthroughs in nanotechnology -- and what they mean.
Covered are: DNA Origami - Simple synthesis could bring nanoscale design to the masses, and Knitting Nerves Back Together - Nanofibers allow injured brain and spinal tissue to repair itself.
Printing Silicon on Paper, with Lasers April 21st, 2015
A glass fiber that brings light to a standstill: By coupling photons to atoms, light in a glass fiber can be slowed down to the speed of an express train; for a short while it can even be brought to a complete stop April 9th, 2015
Nanotechnology in Medical Devices Market is expected to reach $8.5 Billion by 2019 March 25th, 2015
Nanotechnology Enabled Drug Delivery to Influence Future Diagnosis and Treatments of Diseases March 21st, 2015
Antibacterial Ceramic Nanoparticles, Appropriate Material for Medical Devices May 3rd, 2015
Polymeric Nanocarriers Improve Performance of Anticancer Drugs April 30th, 2015
Artificial photosynthesis could help make fuels, plastics and medicine April 29th, 2015
A phone with the ultimate macro feature: New attachment turns a smartphone into a microscope that can image and size DNA molecules 50,000 times thinner than a human hair April 29th, 2015
Surface matters: Huge reduction of heat conduction observed in flat silicon channels April 23rd, 2015
New class of 3D-printed aerogels improve energy storage April 22nd, 2015
‘Oxford Instruments Young Nanoscientist India Award 2015’ to Prof. Arindam Ghosh April 20th, 2015
Advances in molecular electronics: Lights on -- molecule on: Researchers from Dresden and Konstanz succeed in light-controlled molecule switching April 20th, 2015