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    The Programmable Matter (TM) Corporation is a research corporation based in Lakewood, Colorado. PMC was formed for the express purpose of exploring and developing dynamically configurable ismart...
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    Headquartered in Belgium, Nanex Company is a young, but innovative company specializing in the commercialization of innovative nanotechnology discoveries and inventions. The ease of use of our...
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    Denton Vacuum transforms barriers into thin-film technology breakthroughs for customers across the globe in providing vacuum deposition systems. With operations in the United States and China, Denton...
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    Ever since it was founded in 1996, Bartels Mikrotechnik GmbH has had a clear philosophy: to transfer the innovative power of microfluidics into industry. This is because the high-precision handling...
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    The Institute for Systems Biology was co-founded in 2000 by Alan Aderem, Ruedi Aebersold, and Leroy Hood. In just five years it has grown to more than 170 staff members, including 11 faculty members...
  • Article - 24 Jan 2007
    Nanocomposites are materials that incorporate nanosized particles into a matrix of standard material. The result of the addition of nanoparticles is a drastic improvement in properties that can...
  • Article - 1 Mar 2007
    For the purpose of this article, most current nanomaterials could be organized into four types: Carbon Based Materials, Metal Based Materials, Dendrimers and Composites
  • News - 12 Feb 2016
    The ability to control the transfer of molecules through cellular membranes is an important function in synthetic biology; a new study from researchers at Harvard’s Wyss Institute for...
  • News - 13 Mar 2015
    Treating respiratory disease is often difficult because drugs have to cross biological barriers such as respiratory tissue and mucosa, and must therefore be given in large quantities in order for an...
  • News - 4 Aug 2014
    Metal-organic frameworks (MOFs) can take up gases similar to a sponge that soaks up liquids. Hence, these highly porous materials are suited for storing hydrogen or greenhouse gases. However, loading...