Nanotech 2010 = Submisssions Now Open!
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December 2009 Issue
  NSTI Events Nanotech Conference and Expo 2010

June 21-25, 2010
Anaheim, CA, US.

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Second Round submissions due January

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NSTI and the Nano World News wish you a wonderful holiday season!

Scientists create the world's smallest 'snowman'

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Dr David Cox / National Physical Laboratory

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Nanotech 2010-Submissions Now Being Accepted for Conference Consideration -Make plans to join us in Anaheim June 21-25, 2010. Early Registration and Discounted Hotel Rates Now Available!...Read more

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  Electronics & Microsystems

Argonne scientists discover mechanism behind superinsulation - Discovery may lead to new types of electronics...Read more

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Toshiba Announces Launch of 64 GB Embedded NAND Flash Memory Module - Flash memory device is the highest capacity to be achieved in the industry...Read more

  Chemicals & Materials

Nanoparticle Shown to Lengthen Shelf Life of Food - Scientist from Purdue University successfully modifies the phytoglycogen nanoparticle...Read more

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Lightweight composites to get trimmer and smarter - Australian researchers set goal of producing a new generation of super-strong, lightweight polymer composite materials for use in aerospace and transportation....Read more

  Energy & Cleantech

‘Nano Paper’ That Can Conduct Electricity - Research team from Stanford University have transformed paper into an electricity storage device...Read more

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Unidym and Nano-C Enter Exclusive License Agreement for Fullerene Derivatives Used in Solar Cells - Unidym will also cooperate with Nano-C to supply a variety of patented derivatives to customers for uses beyond Photovoltaics...Read more

  Health Sciences & Biotech/Pharma

Switchable Nanostructures Made with DNA - Opens possibility of responsive 'nanomachines' for applications in energy and data storage...Read more

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Scientists Use Nanosensors for First Time to Measure Cancer Biomarkers in Blood - A team led by Yale University researchers has used nanosensors to measure cancer biomarkers in whole blood for the first time...Read more

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Nanotech Company Licenses Nanoparticle Technologies from UCLA - NanoPacific Holdings plans to use the technology for various biomedical applications...Read more

  Where the Investment Is

North Carolina’s Piedmont Triad Partnership Achieves Commitments of $1M+ Annually To Cluster Development - The Partnership surpasses its goal of raising the initial $5M to support industry development, including nanotechnology...Read more

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France Pledges $35 Billion Euros to Gain Competitive Advantage in Higher Education, Research, and Innovation - President Nicolas Sarkozy looks to strengthen France’s economic future through research, technology, and education...Read more

  Give Nano for the Holidays

The Project on Emerging Technologies has an inventory list of nanotechnology-based consumer products available in the market today. Antibacterial kitchenware, all- conditions fleece, plush toys, binoculars, and cosmetics are just a few of the more than 1,000 items currently being sold today. Please click here to view the list.

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No Small Matter, Science on the Nanoscale - written by Felice C. Frankel and George M. Whitesides. Book description: “A small revolution is remaking the world. The only problem is, we can’t see it. This book uses dazzling images and evocative descriptions to reveal the virtually invisible realities and possibilities of nanoscience. An introduction to the science and technology of small things, No Small Matter explains science on the nanoscale…This book explains the various means of making nanostructures and speculates about their importance for critical developments in information processing, computation, biomedicine, and other areas.”... Read more


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