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Shock Wave Generation with Piezoelectrical Shakers

Shock Wave Generation with Piezoelectrical Shakers

The PIA series piezoelectrical shock wave generators from piezosystem jena produce exact precise shock waves by the use of piezo technology. [More]
TEM Tomography Provides Nanoscale, 3-D Visualization of Templated Block Copolymer Structure

TEM Tomography Provides Nanoscale, 3-D Visualization of Templated Block Copolymer Structure

A few short years ago, the idea of a practical manufacturing process based on getting molecules to organize themselves in useful nanoscale shapes seemed ... well, cool, sure, but also a little fantastic. [More]
Combined Nanocalorimeter-DTEM Captures Data during Extremely Fast Reactions in Thin-Film Materials

Combined Nanocalorimeter-DTEM Captures Data during Extremely Fast Reactions in Thin-Film Materials

When studying extremely fast reactions in ultrathin materials, two measurements are better than one. A new research tool invented by researchers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL), Johns Hopkins University and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) captures information about both temperature and crystal structure during extremely fast reactions in thin-film materials. [More]
Vision Analytical Opens New Lab for Particle Shape Analysis Services

Vision Analytical Opens New Lab for Particle Shape Analysis Services

Vision Analytical Inc, the developers of the Particle Insight particle size and shape analyzer, is pleased to announce the opening of their contract laboratory services, Vision Analytical Lab. [More]
CNSE Hosts 300 School Students as Part of NanoCareer Day Program

CNSE Hosts 300 School Students as Part of NanoCareer Day Program

Supporting Governor Andrew Cuomo’s vision for bolstering New York State’s high-tech workforce through cutting-edge educational initiatives, the Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE) at SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) hosted 300 middle and high school students on Thursday, October 16, as part of its exciting “NanoCareer Day” program. [More]
Leading Nanotechnology Researcher Becomes Canada Excellence Research Chair at University of Calgary

Leading Nanotechnology Researcher Becomes Canada Excellence Research Chair at University of Calgary

A world-leading nanotechnology researcher has come to Canada's energy capital to become the first Canada Excellence Research Chair (CERC) at the University of Calgary. [More]
Niels Bohr Institute Professor Honored with Prize for 'Research Excellence in Nanotechnology'

Niels Bohr Institute Professor Honored with Prize for 'Research Excellence in Nanotechnology'

Charles Marcus, who is a professor and head of the Center for Quantum Devices at the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen, has been awarded the prize for 'Research Excellence in Nanotechnology' by the nanoscience centre, NBIC at the University of Pennsylvania, USA. It is an international prize and is given in recognition of outstanding research in nanotechnology. [More]
Slug Flow Microextraction NanoESI Enables Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Biofluid Samples

Slug Flow Microextraction NanoESI Enables Mass Spectrometry Analysis of Biofluid Samples

A new technique makes it possible to quickly detect the presence of drugs or to monitor certain medical conditions using only a single drop of blood or urine, representing a potential tool for clinicians and law enforcement. [More]
NIST Researchers Capture Nanoscale Spectra of Plasmonic Nanostructures Using AFM-IR

NIST Researchers Capture Nanoscale Spectra of Plasmonic Nanostructures Using AFM-IR

Anasys Instruments reports on the new AFM-IR results from the Energy Research Group at NIST just published in the journal for Advanced Optical Materials. The paper is entitled “Nanoscale imaging and spectroscopy of plasmonic modes with the PTIR technique.” [More]
New Method to Create Surfaces on Which Droplets of Desired Shapes Can Form Spontaneously

New Method to Create Surfaces on Which Droplets of Desired Shapes Can Form Spontaneously

MIT researchers have developed a new way of creating surfaces on which droplets of any desired shape can spontaneously form. They say this approach could lead to new biomedical assay devices and LED display screens, among other applications. [More]