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  • News - 24 Apr 2007
    Thomas H. Epps III, assistant professor of chemical engineering at the University of Delaware, is the recipient of a prestigious Faculty Early Career Development Award from the National Science...
  • News - 17 Apr 2007
    Controlling the properties and behavior of matter at the smallest scale - in effect, “domesticating atoms” - can help to overcome some of the world’s biggest challenges, concludes a...
  • News - 17 Apr 2007
    Chemists at UCLA have designed new organic structures for the storage of voluminous amounts of gases for use in alternative energy technologies. The research, to be published on April 13 in the...
  • News - 17 Apr 2007
    Controlling the properties and behavior of matter at the smallest scale -- in effect, "domesticating atoms" -- can help to overcome some of the world's biggest challenges, concludes a...
  • News - 4 Apr 2007
    Scientists all over the world are participating in the quest of new materials with properties suitable for the environmentally friendly and economically feasible separation, recovery, and reuse of...
  • News - 3 Apr 2007
    Scientists all over the world are participating in the quest of new materials with properties suitable for the environmentally friendly and economically feasible separation, recovery, and reuse of...
  • News - 2 Apr 2007
    Crumpled kitchen foil that lays flat for reuse. Bent bumpers that straighten overnight. Dents in car doors that disappear when heated with a hairdryer. These and other physical feats may become...
  • News - 26 Mar 2007
    The first published study on the environmental impact of manufactured nanoparticles on ordinary soil showed no negative effects, which is contrary to concerns voiced by some that the microscopic...
  • News - 21 Mar 2007
    You are cordially invited to attend the UWS Nanotechnology Network meeting between 5.00pm and 7.30pm on Tuesday 3rd April 2007 in Lecture Theatre 5, Building 21, UWS Campbelltown Campus. Please note...
  • News - 15 Mar 2007
    Electrons love to zip around metals such as copper, especially if the metal is cooled to temperatures near absolute zero. But if they encounter a magnetic atom (say, iron) during their travels, the...