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NIH Awards $1.3 Million Grant for Probing Dynamics in Protein-DNA Interactions

NIH Awards $1.3 Million Grant for Probing Dynamics in Protein-DNA Interactions

For more than a decade Chang Lu, associate professor of chemical engineering at Virginia Tech, has worked on the development of tools to efficiently analyze living cells. The long-term goal is to gain a better understanding of a range of diseases. [More]
Analytik Jena’s SPECORD PLUS UV/Vis Spectrophotometers Enable Flexible Analysis

Analytik Jena’s SPECORD PLUS UV/Vis Spectrophotometers Enable Flexible Analysis

Thanks to an extensive range of accessories the SPECORD® PLUS UV/Vis spectrophotometers provide individuality and flexible operation in routine and special analysis. They offer the ideal equipment for different applications in research and development, production, quality control and several other fields. [More]
Malvern Instruments Announce 1000th Scientific Paper Citing NanoSight Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis

Malvern Instruments Announce 1000th Scientific Paper Citing NanoSight Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis

Malvern Instruments reports on the publication of the 1000th peer-reviewed paper to cite the company’s NanoSight Nanoparticle Tracking Analysis, NTA. [More]
New Report Analyses Current Nanotechnology Market

New Report Analyses Current Nanotechnology Market

Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue: Nanotechnology Market Outlook 2020 [More]
Nanonics Announce Near-Field Nanophotonics Workshop in Boston

Nanonics Announce Near-Field Nanophotonics Workshop in Boston

Nanonics is pleased to announce the first Near-Field NanoPhotonics Workshop and a Multiprobe School. NSOM and MultiProbe NSOM have emerged as the premier tools in Photonics and Plasmonics characterization whether in silicon photonics, photonic band gap materials or plasmonic nanofocusing. [More]
Nanoscale Motion Control Technique Allows Measurement of Binding Between Antigen and Single TCR

Nanoscale Motion Control Technique Allows Measurement of Binding Between Antigen and Single TCR

T-cells are the body's sentinels, patrolling every corner of the body in search of foreign threats such as bacteria and viruses. Receptor molecules on the T-cells identify invaders by recognizing their specific antigens, helping the T-cells discriminate attackers from the body's own cells. When they recognize a threat, the T-cells signal other parts of the immune system to confront the invader. [More]
ASU Receives Nearly $200,000 from NSF’s Nano Undergraduate Education Program

ASU Receives Nearly $200,000 from NSF’s Nano Undergraduate Education Program

ASU undergraduates have the opportunity to enroll in a challenging course this fall, designed to re-introduce the act of play as a problem-solving technique. The course is offered as part of the larger project, Cross-disciplinary Education in Social and Ethical Aspects of Nanotechnology, which received nearly $200,000 from the National Science Foundation’s Nano Undergraduate Education program. [More]
Dr.Edgar Voelkl Appointed as Director of Product Management at Hitachi High Technologies America’s Nanotechnology Systems Division

Dr.Edgar Voelkl Appointed as Director of Product Management at Hitachi High Technologies America’s Nanotechnology Systems Division

The Nanotechnology Systems Division (NSD) of Hitachi High Technologies America, Inc. (HTA) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Edgar Voelkl to the role of Director of Product Management. Dr. Voelkl will oversee all aspects of product marketing and management in the U.S. for HTA’s TEM and STEM product offerings. [More]
Rice University and University of Tokyo Enter MOU for Academic Exchange

Rice University and University of Tokyo Enter MOU for Academic Exchange

Rice University and the University of Tokyo have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to begin an ongoing academic exchange. [More]
Recognition Tunneling Method Used for Sequencing Amino Acids in a Nanopore

Recognition Tunneling Method Used for Sequencing Amino Acids in a Nanopore

Some three billion base pairs make up the human genome—the floor plan of life. In 2003, the Human Genome Project announced the successful decryption of this code, a tour de force that continues to supply a stream of insights relevant to human health and disease. [More]
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