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Two Provocative Books on Nanotechnology to be Launched in Sydney

Two provocative books about the emerging field of nanotechnology will be launched in Sydney today. Nanotechnology and Global Equality (Pan Stanford Publishing) and Nanotechnology and Global Sustainability (Taylor and Fra... [More]
TomoWave Awarded Grant to Evaluate Nanotechnology Risks in Industry and Medicine

TomoWave Awarded Grant to Evaluate Nanotechnology Risks in Industry and Medicine

The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences has awarded Tomowave Laboratories a small business innovation research (SBIR) phase I grant in order to evaluate the health risks caused due to nanotechnology applications in medicine and industry. [More]
It Seems We Have Been Contact with Nanoparticles for A Long, Long Time

It Seems We Have Been Contact with Nanoparticles for A Long, Long Time

If you've ever eaten from silverware or worn copper jewelry, you've been in a perfect storm in which nanoparticles were dropped into the environment, say scientists at the University of Oregon. [More]
Scientists Receive Presidential Science Awards for Nanotechnology

Scientists Receive Presidential Science Awards for Nanotechnology

Two professors from the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB) will receive the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. [More]
AAD Declare Sunscreens Containing Nanoparticles A Safe and Effective Sun Protection Strategy

AAD Declare Sunscreens Containing Nanoparticles A Safe and Effective Sun Protection Strategy

The American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) has declared the use of sunscreens containing titanium dioxide and zinc oxide nanoparticles safe for protection from the sun's harmful ultraviolet rays. [More]
Research and Markets Releases New Report on Assessing Nanoparticle Risks to Human Health

Research and Markets Releases New Report on Assessing Nanoparticle Risks to Human Health

Research and Markets has included Elsevier Science and Technology's latest report titled, "Assessing Nanoparticle Risks to Human Health" in their reports archive. [More]

Max Planck Society Completes Study of Kaiser Wilhelm Society History

In 1997, the Max Planck Society (MPS) was the first German scientific organisation to appoint an independent commission of historians to extensively study the history of its predecessor organisation, the Kaiser Wilhelm S... [More]

EYP Heads to NanoTech Campus

By Cameron Chai EYP Architecture and Engineering PC (EYP) of Albany announced plans to establish and expand its headquarters and operations at the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) of the University ... [More]

Medvedev Fosters Nanotechnology Growth in Russia

By Andy Choi Reiterating its presence in the world of nanotechnology, Russia announced its plans for the establishment of an indigenous, full fledged nanotechnology branch on Wednesday. The announcement came from Russi... [More]
SAGE Publishes New Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society

SAGE Publishes New Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society

Nanoscience has garnered billions of dollars of funding and has been hailed as ushering in the Next Industrial Revolution. [More]
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