News - 24 Aug 2015
In several years - maybe in one or two decades, but maybe sooner or never - one of the existing problems will be solved in an original way: our computers, nanoantennas and other kinds of equipment...
News - 10 Oct 2013
As a tiny fruit fly navigates through its environment, it relies on visual landmarks to orient itself. Now, researchers at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Janelia Farm Research Campus have...
News - 18 Feb 2010
The USA Science and Engineering Festival announcement comes at the height of National Engineers Week, amplifying the importance of engineering to our nation's future. Highlights of the USA Science...
News - 2 Dec 2009
The University of Pittsburgh's McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine, which connects scientists who work on tissue engineering, cell therapies, artificial organs and biodevices, has been...
News - 16 Jul 2008
Governor David A. Paterson today announced significant new investments by IBM and New York State, accelerating New York State's international leadership in nanotechnology research and development...
News - 19 Aug 2015
MEMS Industry Group (MIG)'s next MEMS Executive Congress® US 2015 -- the annual business conference and networking event for the MEMS and sensors industry, November 4-6, 2015 in Napa, CA --...
Article - 11 Sep 2020
The control of light by a newly developed system of nanoantennas could have important applications in fields as diverse as quantum computing and medicine.
Article - 27 Jul 2018
This article discusses the advancements in vibration control strategies for nanoscale facilities.
Article - 19 Jun 2017
Precision Motorized Positioning Systems are experiencing rapid advancement.
Article - 1 Jun 2016
For decades, we relied on silicon as the semiconductor for our computer chips. But now, working at nanometer scales, it looks like physical limitations may end the current methods to include more and...