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Professor Charles Lieber receives Israel's Wolf Prize
Charles Lieber, the Mark Hyman Jr. Professor of Chemistry at Harvard, was recently awarded Israel's prestigious Wolf Prize. (2012-01-23)
Discovering new tools for nanoscience
Directors of the Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science discuss their new (2010-03-31)
Nanoscale dimensioning is fast, cheap with new NIST optical technique
A novel technique under development at NIST uses a relatively inexpensive optical microscope to quickly and cheaply analyze nanoscale dimensions with nanoscale measurement sensitivity. (2008-10-29)
UW paper in Science shows how some solids mimic liquids on nanoscale
A University of Waterloo physics and astronomy research team, in a paper to be published Feb. (2008-02-01)
Taming tiny, unruly waves for nano optics
Nanoscale devices present a unique challenge to any optical technology -- there's just not enough room for light to travel in a straight line. (2007-10-08)
Nanotechnology: The big future of tiny medicine
The symposium will examine the use of nano-and micro-fabrication tools and explore techniques for clinical and basic life sciences research, including the development of drug delivery systems, biosensors and fluidic devices, implantable devices, and tissue scaffolds with applications in medical diagnostics and imaging, treatment of cancer and other degenerative diseases, and in orthopedics and wound repair. (2008-09-23)
MEDLINE indexes Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology
Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology, an important journal published by Benthm Science, is accepted to be included in MEDLINE. (2017-03-13)
Models present new view of nanoscale friction
Friction is a force that affects any application where moving parts come into contact; the more surface contact there is, the stronger the force. (2009-02-25)
Under new leadership, Kavli Institute at Cornell evolves from a think tank to a proving ground
Looking to push the boundaries of nanoscience, the Kavli Institute at Cornell for Nanoscale Science is no longer a think tank for new ideas, but a proving ground to aggressively push the limits of nanotechnology. (2010-04-11)
Under pressure at the nanoscale, polymers play by different rules
Scientists putting the squeeze on thin films of polystyrene have discovered that at very short length scales the polymer doesn't play by the rules. (2008-10-02)
Wiggle room: Cornell researcher borrows idea from sperm to provide energy for nanoscale robots
In order to deliver medicine inside the human body, nanoscale medical devices need energy to carry out tasks, such as releasing drugs. (2007-12-03)
New tool allows scientists to visualize 'nanoscale' processes
Chemists at UC San Diego have developed a new tool that allows scientists for the first time to see, at the scale of five billionths of a meter, 'nanoscale' mixing processes occurring in liquids. (2016-05-03)
Frozen lightning: NIST's new nanoelectronic switch
Researchers at NIST have demonstrated a prototype nanoscale electronic switch that can be built from self-assembled layers of organic molecules on silver wires. (2007-03-02)
Faster 3-D nanoimaging a possibility with full color synchrotron light
Researchers can now see objects more precisely and faster at the nanoscale due to utilizing the full color spectrum of synchrotron light, opening the way for faster 3-D nanoimaging. (2011-06-30)
Novel algorithm simulates water evaporation at the nanoscale
The evaporation of water that occurs when it meets a hot surface is understood in continuum theory and in experimentation. (2015-10-16)
UCSB among team awarded $12.5 million to develop nanoscale systems for early diagnosis
A partnership of scientists from the College of Engineering at UC Santa Barbara, Washington University in St. (2005-07-14)
A new paradigm for nanoscale resolution MRI has been experimentally achieved
A team from the University of Illinois and Northwestern University has devised a novel nuclear magnetic resonance imaging technique that delivers a roughly 10-nanometer spatial resolution. (2013-09-27)
How can we make nanoscale capacitors even smaller?
Researchers at UC Santa Barbara have discovered what limits our ability to reduce the size of capacitors, often the largest components in integrated circuits, down to the nanoscale. (2006-10-12)
Surgeons predict the future of nanomedicine in practice
A new review published in WIREs Nanomedicine and Nanobiotechnology explores how nanotechnology may provide powerful new tools that could have a marked impact on the therapeutic and diagnostic measures available to surgeons. (2011-03-01)
NIST scientists use electron beam to unravel the secrets of an 'atomic switch'
Scientists at the Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) have used a beam of electrons to move a single atom in a small molecule back and forth between two positions on a crystal surface, a significant step toward learning how to build an (2006-08-17)
Nanomaterials show unexpected strength under stress
In yet another twist on the strangeness of the nanoworld, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology and the University of Maryland-College Park have discovered that materials such as silica that are quite brittle in bulk form behave as ductile as gold at the nanoscale. (2008-03-12)
CCNY researchers introduce new route to thermal measurements with nanometer resolution
Understanding nanoscale heat flow is critical in the design of integrated electronic devices and in the development of materials for thermal insulation and thermoelectric energy recovery. (2016-02-29)
New design developed for silicon nanowire transistors
In an advance for nanoscale electronics, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology have demonstrated a new design for silicon nanowire transistors that both simplifies processing and allows the devices to be switched on and off more easily. (2005-06-30)
Paradigm shift: Scientists demonstrate the wavelike nature of van der Waals Forces
A group of researchers, led by Alexandre Tkatchenko, Professor at the University of Luxembourg, demonstrated that the true nature of van der Waals forces differs from conventional wisdom in chemistry and biology. (2016-03-11)
Nanotechnologists from Penn collaborate to form near-frictionless diamond material
Mechanical engineers have fabricated an ultra sharp, diamond-like carbon tip possessing such high strength that it is 3,000 times more wear-resistant at the nanoscale than silicon. (2010-02-25)
The nano world of Shrinky Dinks
The magical world of Shrinky Dinks -- an arts and crafts material used by children since the 1970s -- has taken up residence in a Northwestern University laboratory. (2010-08-13)
NSF to host conference on latest discoveries in nanoscale science and technology
Recipients of Nanoscale Science and Engineering awards made in 2001 will highlight initial results from over 100 NSF-funded projects at a grantees conference December 11-13, 2002, at the National Science Foundation. (2002-12-06)
Thermal noise molecular ratchet mechanism found by researchers in the Chinese Academy of Sciences
Biased motion driven by thermal noise from a single heat bath is forbidden by the second law of thermodynamics. (2012-06-14)
First ever Nanobiology Conference will be held at Emory University
The first-ever Nanobiology Conference will bring 70 of the world's most authoritative life scientists, physical scientists and engineers from around the world to Emory University on Oct. (2001-10-05)
NSF awards $15 million to Penn State Center for Nanoscale Science
The Center for Nanoscale Science, a National Science Foundation-funded Materials Research Science and Engineering Center at Penn State, has been awarded a six-year, $15 million grant to continue research on materials at the nanoscale. (2015-01-05)
UGA faculty of engineering researchers awarded $1 million NSF grant to develop nanoscale biosensors
The National Science Foundation has awarded $1 million to a team of University of Georgia researchers to study and develop 3-D nanoscale structures to address problems in biosensing. (2003-08-25)
Nano propellers pump with proper chemistry
Chemists at the University of Illinois at Chicago have created a theoretical blueprint for assembling a nanoscale propeller with molecule-sized blades. (2007-07-16)
Getting the point: Real-time monitoring of atomic-microscope probes adjusts for wear
NIST scientists have developed a way to measure the wear and degradation of the microscopic probes used to study nanoscale structures in situ and as it's happening. (2011-03-31)
CCMR gets $2.9M for training grad students in nanoscale science
The Cornell Center for Materials Research is administering a new $2.9 million Cornell graduate student training program, funded by the NSF's Integrative Graduate Education and Research Traineeship program. (2007-09-17)
Argonne scientists to control attractive force for nanoelectromechanical systems
Scientists at the US Department of Energy's Argonne National Laboratory are developing a way to control the Casimir force, a quantum mechanical force, which attracts objects when they are only hundred nanometers apart. (2009-12-10)
Finding the true measure of nanoscale 'roughness'
In a research paper published in June, researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and SEMATECH describe an improved method for determining nanoscale (2005-06-16)
Researchers build nanoscale autonomous walking machine from DNA
Researchers at The University of Texas at Austin have developed a nanoscale machine made of DNA that can randomly walk in any direction across bumpy surfaces. (2015-11-02)
Strategy for nanotechnology-related environmental, health and safety research
The Nanoscale Science, Engineering, and Technology Subcommittee of the National Science and Technology Council's Committee on Technology today released a document describing the National Nanotechnology Initiative's strategy for addressing priority research on the environment, health and safety aspects of nanomaterials. (2008-02-14)
Protecting computer hardware: Three universities tapped for cybersecurity research
The US Department of Defense has awarded a $7.5 million grant to the University of Connecticut, University of Maryland, and Rice University to support research that will analyze and upgrade security protections for nanoscale computer hardware. (2014-04-28)
Kavli Institute's Journalist Workshop, June 13, at Cornell
Explore nanoscience and technology, and learn about fabrication and characterization at the nanoscale. (2007-05-13)
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