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March 2007
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Welcome to NSTI’s Nano World News the monthly newsletter that seeks to inform the broad range of professionals representing the multi-disciplinary and multi-sector community integrated by nanotechnology. Each issue focuses on the research, development and business of nanotechnology and its numerous pulling industries.

SRI’s Dubois Says Interest in Cleantech “Off-the-Charts”
 
By: Vance McCarthy

Larry Dubois, vice president of SRI International’s Physical Sciences Division, says interest — and opportunities — in cleantech are “off the charts.”

At SRI, a leading research and development institute based in Menlo Park, California, Dubois has a unique vantage point of that tricky road that runs from experimental R&D to commercialization.


NSTI Invites TTOs and TLOs to Global Technology Showcase
 

We invite universities and research institutions from around the world to showcase their technology portfolio during Nanotech 2007.


Rice Chemists Discover Key To Self-Assembly for Novel Devices
 

Chemists at Rice University may have unlocked one of the secrets for using nanoscale ‘building blocks’ to assemble much larger superstructures.

Rice researchers have found that tiny building blocks (gold nanorods) will spontaneously assemble themselves into ring-like superstructures. The finding, Rice researchers said, could lead to the development of novel nanodevices such as highly-sensitive optical sensors, superlenses, or even “invisible objects” for use in the military.


Nanosys, Bruker R&D Pact Eyes New Nanoscale Imaging, Mass Spectroscopy
 

New tools for small molecule imaging and nanoscale mass spectrometry could result from an R&D partnership announced this week between Nanosys Inc. and Bruker Daltonics Inc.

The firms have entered a broad agreement, which includes R&D collaboration on future products, as well as distribution for Nanosys’ current nanotechnology-enabled matrix-free target plates (technology it calls Capture and Analyze NALDI chips) in Bruker’s FLEX line of specialized mass spectrometers.


Congress Eyes 10-Year Extension For Renewable Energy Tax Credits
 
By: Vance McCarthy

Cleantech 2007 Examines Measure That Would Boost R&D in Solar, Fuel Cells

Efforts are underway in Congress to extend tax credits for renewable energy technologies, including solar panels and fuel cells for 10 years.


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