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Researchers Solve Architecture of Nuclear Pore Complex's Complicated Inner Ring

Researchers Solve Architecture of Nuclear Pore Complex's Complicated Inner Ring

Not just anything is allowed to enter the nucleus, the heart of eukaryotic cells where, among other things, genetic information is stored. A double membrane, called the nuclear envelope, serves as a wall, protecting the contents of the nucleus. [More]
Nanotech Acquires Financing to Ramp-Up Sales of Optical Thin Film and KolourOptik Nano-Optical Banknote Products

Nanotech Acquires Financing to Ramp-Up Sales of Optical Thin Film and KolourOptik Nano-Optical Banknote Products

Nanotech Security Corp. today announced that it has completed a private placement financing of $2,655,000 million of equity units sold at $1.00 each. [More]
Researchers Develop New Microscopic Imaging Techniques to help Advance Next-Generation Nanotechnology

Researchers Develop New Microscopic Imaging Techniques to help Advance Next-Generation Nanotechnology

University of Colorado researchers sponsored by Semiconductor Research Corporation (SRC), the world’s leading university-research consortium for semiconductor technologies, have developed new microscopic imaging techniques to help advance next-generation nanotechnology in applications ranging from data storage to medicine. [More]
AMD Radeon R9 Nano Mini ITX Graphics Card Enables 4K Gaming in the Living Room

AMD Radeon R9 Nano Mini ITX Graphics Card Enables 4K Gaming in the Living Room

AMD continues to push the boundaries of graphics card design, today announcing its category-creating AMD Radeon™ R9 Nano, the fastest Mini ITX graphics card ever to enable 4K gaming in the living room through ultra-quiet, ultra-compact PC designs. [More]
mPhase CEO Discusses Smart Nano Battery Technology on Traders Nation

mPhase CEO Discusses Smart Nano Battery Technology on Traders Nation

mPhase Technologies, Inc., announced today that company CEO and President, Mr. Ronald Durando, was interviewed by Kurt Schemers of Traders Nation. [More]
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance-Derived Images Reveal Key Cellular Functions that Help Regulate Inflammation

Nuclear Magnetic Resonance-Derived Images Reveal Key Cellular Functions that Help Regulate Inflammation

Researchers at the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute at Virginia Tech have uncovered key cellular functions that help regulate inflammation -- a discovery that could have important implications for the treatment of allergies, heart disease, and certain forms of cancer. [More]
Enhanced Live-Cell Structured Illumination Microscopy Provides More Detailed Understanding of Cell Processes

Enhanced Live-Cell Structured Illumination Microscopy Provides More Detailed Understanding of Cell Processes

Scientists can now watch dynamic biological processes with unprecedented clarity in living cells using new imaging techniques developed by researchers at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute's Janelia Research Campus. [More]
Nanospray Tip Sucks up Single Target Cell for Analysis in a Mass Spectrometer

Nanospray Tip Sucks up Single Target Cell for Analysis in a Mass Spectrometer

Understanding exactly what is taking place inside a single cell is no easy task. For DNA, amplification techniques are available to make the task possible, but for other substances such as proteins and small molecules, scientists generally have to rely on statistics generated from many different cells measured together. Unfortunately, this means they cannot look at what is happening in each individual cell. [More]
Universitat Jaume I Patents Graphene-Based Catalysts for Energy Conversion and Storage

Universitat Jaume I Patents Graphene-Based Catalysts for Energy Conversion and Storage

Researchers at the Universitat Jaume I have developed materials based on graphene that can catalyse reactions for the conversion and storage of energy. [More]
Allele Biotech Releases New Class of Nano-Antibodies Against Crucial Biological Targets

Allele Biotech Releases New Class of Nano-Antibodies Against Crucial Biological Targets

Allele Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals Inc., a San Diego based life sciences company with a focus on novel technology development, releases the first group of a brand new class of antibodies against crucial biological targets to the research market. [More]
Miniscule Nano-Fibre Polymer Scaffolding Units Help Study Behavior of Individual Plant Cells

Miniscule Nano-Fibre Polymer Scaffolding Units Help Study Behavior of Individual Plant Cells

Miniscule artificial scaffolding units made from nano-fibre polymers and built to house plant cells have enabled scientists to see for the first time how individual plant cells behave and interact with each other in a three-dimensional environment. [More]
Renewable Carbon Nanotube Filter for Heavy Metal Removal Wins 2015 Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Renewable Carbon Nanotube Filter for Heavy Metal Removal Wins 2015 Stockholm Junior Water Prize

Xylem Inc., a leading global water technology company dedicated to solving the world’s most challenging water issues, congratulates Perry Alagappan of Houston, Texas, the winner of the 2015 Stockholm Junior Water Prize (SJWP), the most prestigious international student competition for water-related research. [More]
Supercomputers Help Create Virtual Atomic Models of Nanomaterials for Oil, Mining and Energy Industries

Supercomputers Help Create Virtual Atomic Models of Nanomaterials for Oil, Mining and Energy Industries

By using supercomputers the team creates virtual atomic models that interact under different conditions before being taken to the real world, allowing savings in time and money. [More]
Oxford Instruments and University of Bristol School of Physics Sign a Memorandum of Understanding

Oxford Instruments and University of Bristol School of Physics Sign a Memorandum of Understanding

On Thursday the 20th of August, representatives of Oxford Instruments, a leading provider of high technology tools and systems for industry and research, entered into a strategic relationship with the School of Physics at the University of Bristol. [More]
Haydale Report on Study into Component Scale Composites Using Functionalized Nanocarbons

Haydale Report on Study into Component Scale Composites Using Functionalized Nanocarbons

At the recent 20th International Conference on Composite Materials (ICCM), researchers from Cardiff University**, UK in conjunction with Haydale Ltd. presented the results from an in-depth study entitled ‘Developing Component-Scale Hierarchical Composites Using Nanocarbons’. [More]

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