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1. Features News | 2. NSTI Innovation Profiles | 3. NSTI News
 

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Features News
  • A123 Systems Shares Begin Trading on Nasdaq--A Groundbreaking Step for the Nanotech-Enabled Company
    Company Is Using Nanotechnology to Create Next Generation Lithium Ion Batteries [more]
  • Tiny Springs Show Big Promise for Energy Storage
    MIT Scientists find that CNTs formed into springs can store as much power as traditional batteries [more]
  • Netherlands University Receives Research Contract From BP to Develop Nanotech for Oil Extraction
    University's research will contribute to BP's Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR) Exploratory Research Program [more]
  • US Government to Create Office of Innovation and Entrepreneurship
    US Department of Commerce will also form National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship [more]
  • European Research Team Create Nano-Material Ideal for Fuel Cells
    Oxy-carbide nanotubes hold high electrical connectivity [more]

NSTI Innovation Profiles
Biotech & Medical:
  • IP Profile: Compositions and methods for polynucleotide extraction and methylation detection, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, US
    The invention features methods and compositions for methylation detection, as well as a novel method for polynucleotide extraction and sodium bisulfite treatment. [more]

Materials & Chemicals
  • R&D Profile: Assemblies of hybrid nanoparticles for energy storage applications, Air Force Research Laboratory, WPAFB, OH, USA
    Scientists at the Air Force Research Laboratory are going beyond traditional polymeric composites, creating dielectric materials by direct assembly of the core-shell hybrid nanoparticles. [more]
  • IP Profile: Mg2Si: Environmentally benign semiconductor material for energy conversion, Tokyo University of Science, JP
    At our laboratory, we have developed a direct thermal-to-electric power generator using environmentally-benign semiconducting material. [more]
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