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Magnetic probe for rocks, recordings, nanotechnology
A technique for studying the magnetic properties of rocks developed by earth scientists at UC Davis is drawing attention from other scientists and the magnetic recording industry. (2003-05-14)
Rice University announces nanotechnology research agreement with IBM
Rice University today announced a research agreement with IBM that will provide nanotechnology researchers at Rice's Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology (CBEN) with a supercomputer powerful enough to decipher the quantum phenomena of carbon nanotubes and other nanomaterials. (2003-01-29)
Next-generation solar cells could put power stations in space
Scientists at Rochester Institute of Technology are developing the next generation of solar cells, advancing the technology that could put a solar power system into earth's orbit. (2003-01-07)
'Nanoantennas' could bring sensitive detectors, optical circuits
Researchers have shown how tiny wires and metallic spheres might be arranged in various shapes to form (2002-08-21)
The nanoscience of wood structure - Nature was there first
Xylan is the glue in wood that provides a smooth transition from the highly-crystalline cellulose to the glass-like lignin. (2002-04-11)
Nanomaterials expert wins Franklin Medal in Earth Sciences
Alexandra Navrotsky, director of the cross-disciplinary nanoscience initiative at the University of California, Davis, has been awarded a prestigious Benjamin Franklin Medal in Earth Sciences for her work on the thermochemistry of minerals, high pressure materials, and nanomaterials. (2002-01-28)
Nanotube 'peapods' have tunable electronic properties, Penn and Illinois scientists report in Science
Scientists at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign report this week on their discovery that nanoscopic (2002-01-03)
Nanotechnology and Environment
Potential benefits -- and risks -- of nanotechnology on the environment will be discussed during Dec. (2001-12-04)
Rice center to study therapeutic and environmental imapct of nanotechnology
Moving nanotechnology beyond molecular-scale electronics and science-fiction nanobots is the goal of a Rice University research center launched today. (2001-09-19)
Chemical societies of Pacific rim nations
The latest research on topics ranging from the chemistry of plants to endangered undersea treasures will be highlighted at the International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies (Pacifichem 2000) to be held December 14-19, 2000 in Honolulu. (2000-10-18)
NASA Materials Conference Features Science Results, Experts on Technologies for Exploration
Research contributing to better materials on Earth and seeking resources in space to fuel future exploration will be featured at NASA's Microgravity Materials Science Conference in the North Hall of the Von Braun Center in Huntsville, Ala.,June 6-8. (2000-05-31)
American Chemical Society hosts Pacifichem 2000
Pacifichem 2000, the International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies, will be held December 14-19, 2000, in Honolulu. (1999-10-10)
American Chemical Society hosts Pacifichem 2000
Pacifichem 2000, the International Chemical Congress of Pacific Basin Societies, will be held December 14-19, 2000, in Honolulu. (1999-08-13)
Conference To Attract Pioneers In New Science Devoted To The Teeniest Things
Some of the world's biggest names in a field devoted to the world's smallest manmade things are coming to the University at Buffalo for a Symposium on Nanoscale Science and Technology on October 23-24. (1998-10-05)
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