Article - 18 Jun 2007
While Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) have come into existence only in the last decade, they have application in almost all areas of science. Microcantilevers are the most basic form on MEMS.
News - 26 May 2010
The Knowledge Foundation has announced that the California Department of Public Health's Kathryn M. Hansen will present "Advanced Biodetection Gadgets and Techniques: A View from the...
News - 18 May 2010
The Knowledge Foundation has announced that the opening keynote address for the 16th Biodetection Technologies conference will be made by Dr. Michael V. Walter, BioWatch Program Manager at the U.S....
News - 23 Jun 2009
The Knowledge Foundation announced today that their Biodetection Technologies conference will be webcast live from Baltimore, MD from June 25-26, 2009.
Utilizing the latest web conferencing...
News - 10 Jun 2009
The Knowledge Foundation, integrates scientific ingenuity and real-world applications by fostering collaborative research at the rapidly changing intersection of science and business, announced today...
News - 10 Apr 2007
The Knowledge Foundation announced today announced that Dr. John R. Barr, Chief, Biological Mass Spectrometry Laboratory at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, will speak at the 10th...
News - 16 Mar 2007
The Knowledge Foundation announced today announced the complete Program for the 10th Biodetection Technologies Conference which will be held in Atlanta, GA from June 14-15, 2007. With an emphasis on...
News - 26 Oct 2007
Researchers at Cornell University for the first time have integrated optical functions with microfluidic ones, enabling the sorting of particles by light. Reported in the Oct. 29 issue of Optics...
Article - 24 Mar 2004
A team of researchers from Rice University has won a $5 million grant from the Department of Defense (DOD) to invent next-generation tools for the modern bioengineer and life scientist that can...
Article - 9 Dec 2003
First Field-Portable Sensor That Rapidly Tests for SARS, Anthrax, Smallpox and More. Posted December 8 2003