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  • Article - 7 Mar 2013
    Located in the Midwestern United States, the state of Ohio covers an overall area of 116,096 km2. As of 2011, it had a population of 11,544,951.
  • Article - 6 Mar 2013
    In 2001, molecular nanowires millions of times tinier than a human hair were developed. Researchers discovered that nudging these tubes with a sharp tube can modify their ability to carry an electric...
  • Article - 1 Feb 2013
    Georgia has a growing technology sector, driven by excellence in nanotechnology research institutions like the Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • Article - 10 Jan 2013
    North Carolina is situated in the southeastern part of the United States, spanning a total area of 139,390 km2.
  • Article - 12 Dec 2012
    The University of Wisconsin has strong research credentials in the use of nanotechnology for renewable energy applications, and is highly active in national and international scale academic...
  • Article - 23 Nov 2012
    Part of the United Kingdom, Scotland comprises more than 790 islands, including the Northern Isles and the Hebrides.
  • Article - 9 Jul 2012
    The computing industry demands ever smaller, faster, and more efficient processors, and we are beginning to encounter limits to just how small the necessary components can be made. Making switches...
  • Article - 28 Jun 2012
    A respirocyte is a hypothetical nanomachine designed to mimic our red blood cells. This article explores how we could go about making one, and what implications the technology could have.
  • Article - 2 Aug 2011
    This "Thought Leader' article from Prof Luis M. Liz-Marzan discusses a novel and efficient method to coat CTAB-capped gold nanoparticles, opening up new avenues toward the fabrication of miniaturized...
  • Article - 7 Jun 2011
    Single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWCNT) with a variety of chemical functionalities are available from Aldrich Materials Science. These SWCNTs are synthesized via the Electric Arc Discharge method.