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Malvern Instruments Reports on a Successful Series of Nanoparticle Characterization Seminars

Malvern Instruments Reports on a Successful Series of Nanoparticle Characterization Seminars

A series of highly interactive 2-day seminars delivered by Malvern Instruments, which encompassed expert presentations and ?p close?practical workshops showcasing the latest in nanoparticle characterization technology, have been widely praised by attendees. [More]
Oxford Instruments to Hold Free Webinar on NEMS and Nanotechnology

Oxford Instruments to Hold Free Webinar on NEMS and Nanotechnology

Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology will host a free webinar with MIG, "The convergence of MEMS and Nanotechnology: Enabling future generations of NEMS devices", on the 9th July 2015, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM BST. [More]

Haydale Announces New Office Opening in USA and North American Service Agreement with Inventures Group

Haydale (AIM: HAYD), the group focused on the commercialisation of graphene and other nano particle products using their proprietary plasma process is pleased to announce further progress in North America. Service ... [More]
Bruker Launches Second Generation Inspire for Nanoscale Chemical Mapping

Bruker Launches Second Generation Inspire for Nanoscale Chemical Mapping

Bruker today announced the release of its second-generation Inspire?infrared (IR) nanocharacterization system, which features 10-nanometer spatial resolution infrared chemical mapping in an easy-to-use, laser-safe package. [More]
Tiny Gel Particles Attached with Nanobodies Perform the Functions of Platelets

Tiny Gel Particles Attached with Nanobodies Perform the Functions of Platelets

NIBIB-supported researchers have created tiny gel particles that can perform the same essential functions as platelets. The particles could one day be used to control excessive bleeding following traumatic injury or in individuals with impaired clotting due to an inherited condition or as a result of certain medications or chemotherapy. [More]
High-Speed AFM Helps Image Physical Properties of Live Breast Cancer Cells

High-Speed AFM Helps Image Physical Properties of Live Breast Cancer Cells

Researchers who developed a high-speed form of atomic force microscopy have shown how to image the physical properties of live breast cancer cells, for the first time revealing details about how deactivation of a key protein may lead to metastasis. [More]
NIST Launches New nano-EHS Protocol Website

NIST Launches New nano-EHS Protocol Website

As engineered nanomaterials increasingly find their way into commercial products, researchers who study the potential environmental or health impacts of those materials face a growing challenge to accurately measure and characterize them. These challenges affect measurements of basic chemical and physical properties as well as toxicology assessments. [More]
Cellulose Nanofibrillated Fiber Based Transistors Better Than Conventional Silicon-Based Transistors

Cellulose Nanofibrillated Fiber Based Transistors Better Than Conventional Silicon-Based Transistors

Portable electronics users tend to upgrade their devices frequently as new technologies offering more functionality and more convenience become available. [More]
Forecast Report on Global Silver Nanoparticles Market

Forecast Report on Global Silver Nanoparticles Market

The global silver nanoparticles market is expected to reach USD 2.54 billion by 2022, according to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc. Rising demand for antimicrobial materials in healthcare applications is expected to drive silver nanoparticles market over the forecast period. Development of high-end electronics coupled with growing demand for gadgets is expected to promote silver nanoparticle market growth over the next seven years. [More]
Nanoparticles Packed with Chemotherapy and Coated with Chitosan Could Effectively Kill Cancer Stem-Like Cells

Nanoparticles Packed with Chemotherapy and Coated with Chitosan Could Effectively Kill Cancer Stem-Like Cells

Nanoparticles packed with a clinically used chemotherapy drug and coated with an oligosaccharide derived from the carapace of crustaceans might effectively target and kill cancer stem-like cells, according to a recent study led by researchers at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center - Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC - James). Cancer stem-like cells have characteristics of stem cells and are present in very low numbers in tumors. [More]
X-FAB Purchases ClassOne Technology's Solstice S8 Electroplating System

X-FAB Purchases ClassOne Technology's Solstice S8 Electroplating System

Semiconductor equipment manufacturer ClassOne Technology announced that X-FAB - recently named "MEMS Foundry of the Year" - has just purchased a new Solstice?S8 Electroplating System. The 8-chamber, fully-automated tool will be installed at the X-FAB facility in Erfurt, Germany. [More]
UNSW Australian Centre for NanoMedicine Co-Hosts International Nanomedicine Conference 2015

UNSW Australian Centre for NanoMedicine Co-Hosts International Nanomedicine Conference 2015

Advances in nanotechnology and nano-fabrication are fundamentally changing the future of medicine, enabling more effective diagnostics and targeted drugs, and new bioactive materials that can help repair our bodies. [More]
UNF and MIT Awarded NSF Grant to Improve Superconducting Nanowire-Based Ultra-Sensitive, Ultra-Fast Light Detector

UNF and MIT Awarded NSF Grant to Improve Superconducting Nanowire-Based Ultra-Sensitive, Ultra-Fast Light Detector

Researchers in the Department of Physics at the University of North Florida and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology were recently awarded a three-year collaborative research grant totaling nearly $500,000 by the National Science Foundation to advance research in the fields of nanotechnology and nanoscience. [More]
Bruker Releases Inspire IR Nanocharacterization System Featuring 10nm Spatial Resolution Infrared Chemical Mapping

Bruker Releases Inspire IR Nanocharacterization System Featuring 10nm Spatial Resolution Infrared Chemical Mapping

Bruker today announced the release of its second-generation Inspire?infrared (IR) nanocharacterization system, which features 10-nanometer spatial resolution infrared chemical mapping in an easy-to-use, laser-safe package. [More]
3D Mapping of Carbon Nanotube Distribution in Composite Materials

3D Mapping of Carbon Nanotube Distribution in Composite Materials

Carbon nanotubes are small simple structures with several amazing properties but these properties have not been fully exploited as there is still something very mysterious about them. A research team including scientists from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has now succeeded in unravelling a part of that mystery by developing advanced image collecting and processing techniques for mapping the nanoscale structure of carbon nanotubes within a composite material in three dimensions. [More]

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