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    OPTAGLIO is a leading global provider of advanced optical security devices and the market leader in e-beam lithography. During almost 25 years, they have delivered more than one billion holograms to...
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    The Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI conducts applied research in six Competence Centers with a total of 23 Business Units and sees itself as an independent institute for...
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    Operating within the Mineral Technology Branch (MTB) of Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), CANMET Materials Technology Laboratory (CANMET-MTL) is the largest research centre in Canada dedicated to...
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    The Graphene Flagship is a Future and Emerging Technology Flagship by the European Commission. With a budget of €1 billion, the Graphene Flagship represents a new form of joint, coordinated...
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    IMDEA Nanociencia is a non-profit Foundation created on November 23rd 2006 by initiative of the regional Government of the Community of Madrid in November 2006 in order to shorten the...
  • Article - 12 May 2011
    The key properties of Cobalt (Co) nanoparticles coated with AOT, including physical properties, storage and applications are outlined in this article.
  • Article - 13 May 2004
    One of the more promising applications under development in the Institute of Soldiering Nanotechnology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is the creation of “killer clothing”. Posted...
  • Article - 4 May 2004
    Results from a survey commissioned by Nano-Tex, show that 82 percent of Americans want more performance features - including stain, odour, wrinkle and/or fade resistance and perspiration control - in...
  • Article - 22 Apr 2004
    From its founder's first-ever patent for goose down insulated garments (1936) to today's high-tech fabrics such as Nano-Care®, Eddie Bauer has always viewed apparel innovation with comfort in mind....
  • Article - 2 Apr 2004
    Carnegie Mellon University scientists have developed an attractive way to make discrete carbon nanoparticles for electrical components used in industry and research. Posted March 28 2004