Nano World News™
voice of the collaborative nanotech community August 2009 Issue

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June 21-25, 2010 • Anaheim, CA, US.
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1. NSTI Innovation Profiles | 2. NSTI News | 3. Features News
 

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NSTI Innovation Profiles
Electronics & Microsystems
  • IP Profile: A novel nanocavity sensor for ultrasensitive, label-free biomolecular detection
    A unique nanostructure is being developed for multimodel, multiplex biological and chemical sensing. [more]

Biotech & Medical:
  • IP Profile: Electrodeposition of Sol-Gel Films
    Yissum has developed a platform technology for thin film deposition. The electroplating method for preparing sol-gel thin films allows for the coating of complex shaped objects. [more]
  • R&D Profile: Treatment of Breast Cancer with Silver Antitumor Drugs Encapsulated in Biodegradable Polymeric Nanoparticles WJ Youngs, University of Akron, US
    Our research in cancer focuses on the development of silver carbene complexes (SCCs), for use as antitumor agents. [more]
NSTI News
  • Nanotech 2010 Conference and Expo - June 21-25 - Submissions open Fall 2009
    Submission Open Fall 2009! Exhibit & Sponsor Opportunities Now Available! [more]
Features News
  • The London Centre for Nanotechnology Enters Into Collaborative Agreement with China in Nanospintronics
    The projects will focus on developing novel approaches to the miniaturization of computer systems [more]
  • Nanotechnology-Enabled Consumer Products Now Number Over 1,000
    Adoption of nanotechnology into the everyday continues to grow [more]
  • UK University Enters Into Research Agreement with Murata
    The collaboration will focus on nanotechnology. [more]
  • IBM and CalTech Using DNA Scaffolding For Advanced Computer Chips
    Use of DNA Nanostructures Could Lead to Next Generation Chips [more]
  • Several Top Young Innovators for 2009 Are Using Nanotechnology Across Multiple Industries
    From power for hybrid cars to micropumps for drug delivery, MIT's Technology Review Top Researchers Under 35 Are Utilizing Nanoscale Technologies [more]
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