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March 2011 Issue

Technology and Corporate Acceleration Partners
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Applied Materials
Lockheed Martin
Honda
Panasonic
Toray
Kodak
Merck
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DOW
BASF
OMRON
Sanyo

 
  Nanotech 2011 Conference & Expo News

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  Electronics & Microsystems

Physicists measure current-induced torque in nonvolatile magnetic memory devices - Cornell University researchers have discovered a new way of measuring and optimizing their performance. ...Read more

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Nanorods Developed in UC Riverside Lab Could Greatly Improve Visual Display of Information - Technology has potential applications in a wide variety of color displays....Read more

  Chemicals & Materials

University Researchers Identify Nanostructured Metal Alloys for Electrical and Magnetic Energy Conversion - Rutgers researchers believe this class of very strong metal alloys could make sensors and switches smaller and more nimble....Read more

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UK Researchers Developing Nano-Spray with Advanced Anti-Microbial Properties - The anti-microbial spray would be used for coating food surface materials to kill pathogens, including E. coli and salmonella..Read more

  Energy & Cleantech

Tantaline Unveils New Heat Exchanger Product - Company describes their product as industry’s most corrosion-resistant heat exchanger...Read more

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Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Designs New Composite Material for Advanced Hydrogen Storage - Material was constructed using nanoparticles of magnesium metal scattered through a matrix of polymethyl methacrylate...Read more

  Health Sciences & Biotech/Pharma

University of Manchester (UK) Scientists Believe Sea Creatures Could Hold Key to Growing Human Muscle Tissue - Nano-size whiskers taken from sea creatures contain cellulose that are thousands of times smaller than muscle cells and are able to cause cell alignment...Read more

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UCLA Researchers Develop Nano Device That Can ‘Grab’ Free-Floating Cancer Cells in Bloodstream - Acting like Velcro, the tumor cells are grabbed by the nanopillars on the device...Read more

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Liquidia Technologies Receives $10 Million from Gates Foundation to Develop Advanced Vaccines - Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s investment to be used to support Liquidia’s PRINT® technology that improves vaccine delivery and efficacy...Read more

  Where the Investment Is

AMD to Build $100 Million Data Center in Georgia -New data center to be built on land in Georgia’s Innovation Crescent region, which is becoming one of the top places in the US for data centers....Read more

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AMSilk Closes $7+ Million US Series B Financing Round - Latest funding round will secure AMSilk’s advancement and commercialization efforts for its first spider silk-based products....Read more

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Venture Capital Investments Experience Increases in Dollars Invested and Number of Deals in 2010 - PwC Money Tree Survey notes this is first year that venture capital investment levels went up since 2007.....Read more


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