Nanotech 2005 News Clips
- Dorsey & Whitney NanotechVentures Sponsor and Exhibitor at Nanotech 2005
(May 15, 2005 — Dorsey & Whitney)
Dorsey & Whitney is sponsoring the NanotechVentures events at Nanotech 2005, including the review of 50 vetted early stage companies from over 100 submissions.
- De retour de Nanotech
(May 14, 2005 — Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique)
Wolfgang Bacsa, nanophysicien spĂ©cialiste de l'optique, est professeur Ă l'universitĂ© Paul Sabatier de Toulouse (1). Il a Ă©tĂ© l'un des responsables scientifiques de Nanotech 2005, la plus importante rĂ©union mondiale sur les sciences de la miniaturisation.
- Old-school networking at NSTI
(May 12, 2005 — Howard Lovy's NanoBot)
Alan Rae, vice president for market and business development at Nanodynamics Inc. (they do the nano golf balls), offers his impressions of NSTI 2005 â€” This was my second NSTI, the first I attended and enjoyed was in Boston last year. The reason I came this year was to see how it had grown. Boy has it grown!
- New Mathematical Model Better Describes Transistor Behavior
(May 11, 2005 — Science Daily)
Penn State and Philips researchers have merged the best features of their respective approaches to produce a new mathematical model that describes the behavior of the MOS transistor in a wide class of integrated circuits found in the majority of electronic devices from computers to digital watches to communications systems.
- Australian Nanotechs Invade NSTI Nanotech Conference
(May 10, 2005 — AzoNano)
Australia, which is fast becoming a world contender in smart nanotech materials such as â€śinvisibleâ€ť coatings and revolutionary nanobio technology, will send its largest ever nanotech delegation to the United States this year at the 2005 Nanotech Conference in Anaheim, May 9-12, 2005. The delegation is dominated by some of the countryâ€™s R&D powerhouses of commercial ready IP.
- 'Atoms to Products: Nanostructured Novel Battery'
(May 09, 2005 — PhysOrg.com)
Victor Lifton, lead researcher for mPhase Technologies Inc., will present a paper today, "Atoms to products - a nanostructured novel battery," at the Nanotech 2005, Anaheim Marriott & Convention Center.Dr. Lifton will report on the company's progress in fabricating a new generation of smart batteries that are based on nanotechnology. mPhase was recently awarded the 2005 Frost & Sullivan Excellence in Technology Innovation Award for its leadership in battery design.
- Hielscher presenting Ultrasonic Equipment at the NSTI Nanotech 2005 in Anaheim, CA, USA
(May 09, 2005 — Hielscher)
- Foley & Lardner Sponsors NSTI Nanotech 2005
(May 08, 2005 — Foley & Lardner)
- Nanotechnology for Cancer Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment
(May 08, 2005 — National Cancer Institute)
National Cancer Institute Special Symposium on Nanotechnology for Cancer Prevention, Diagnosis and Treatment to at NSTI Nanotech 2005
- Austrian Companies Exhibiting at NSTI Nanotech 2005
(May 08, 2005 — Austrian Business Leads)
The NSTI Nanotech Converence & Trade Show is America's most
prominent event in the Nanotechnology arena. The following companies
are showcasing their products and technologies at the Austrian
Information Booth # 806:
- Nano lends an ear
(Apr 13, 2005 — Howard Lovy's NanoBot)
A bionic ear that can also help bring back your natural hearing. You can read more about nano-assembled polypyrrole here as an abstract for the upcoming NSTI conference. I'm told that NSTI is really the only nanotech trade show that's worth attending.
- Increased use of Nano technology in consumer products
(Nov 03, 2004 — Fibre 2 Fashion, India)
Consumer products and foods companies such as Lâ€™OrĂ©al, Proctor and Gamble, and NestlĂ© have been using Nano-structured fluids research for years now, and are applyting it to the next-generation consumer products like cosmetics, paints, ice cream, and shampoo.
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