NanoWorldNews
 Voice of the technology business community
April 2011 Issue

Technology and Corporate Acceleration Partners
Harvard OTDMIT
Research in Germany Fraunhofer
Applied Materials
Lockheed Martin
Honda
Panasonic
Toray
Kodak
Merck
bp

DOW
BASF
OMRON
Sanyo

 
  Electronics & Microsystems

Nanotech and Microtech 2011 Joint Program Announced

Special Symposia in: Nano Electronics, NanoFab, NanoSimulation, NanoReliability, Inkjet, MEMS & NEMS Device & Fab, Nanoscale Manufacturing

Speakers Include: Lockheed Martin, GE, Eastman Kodak, Toray, Omron, Honda, Panasonic, Dimatix, Accelrys, Intel, IBM, Texas Instruments, Applied Materials, NanoInk, Agilent, SoftMEMS, Raith, Asylum, FEI, Veeco, Wispry, Nextreme, SiTime, TranSiC, Baolab, Microlyne, Microvision, Alces, Sand 9, Bartels, Daimler, Infineon, Bosch, Honeywell, Triad Semiconductor, ST Microelectronics and hundreds of leading researchers from around the world...View Program

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Fujitsu Achieves World's Smallest and Slimmest Vein Sensor - High-speed image capture and automatic verification features enable faster palm vein authentication. ...Read more

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Advance in Microchannel Manufacturing Opens New Industry Applications - Engineers at Oregon State University invent a new way to use surface-mount adhesives in the production of low-temperature, microchannel heat exchangers....Read more

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Giant Proximity Effect Enhances High-Temperature Superconductivity - Sandwiched superconductors engineered to function at higher temperatures could be used in new ultra-fast superconducting electronics....Read more

  Chemicals & Materials

Nanotech 2011 Advanced Materials Program Announced

Special Symposia in: Nanoparticles, Polymer, Composites, Coatings & Surfaces, BioNano Materials, Nano for PV, Nano for Storage, EHS

Speakers Include: BASF, Dow, Applied Materials, Lockheed Martin, Nanocomp, SWeNT, BP, Chevron, GE, Merck, BYK-Chemie, NIST, US Army, Philips Research, Novomer, Mintek, Optical Dynamics, SweTree Technologies, Invitrogen, Xerox, RTI, Molecular Probes, Hecus, Agilent, ExxonMobil, and hundreds of leading researchers from around the world...View Program

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Cambrios and Toray to Collaborate on Transparent Conductive PET Films - Cambrios to provide its ClearOhm Coating to Toray Advanced Film....Read more

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Cornell fiber science team developing gas-trapping fabric for soldiers, responders - Military-inspired mask, hooded shirts created by Cornell Fashion Collective student designer...Read more

  Energy & Cleantech

Nanotech 2011 Energy & Environment Program Announced

Special Symposia in: Nanotech for Photovoltaics, Energy Storage, Oil & Gas, Water, Remediation, Environment, Health & Safety, Green Building, Green Chemistry

Speakers Include: Toray Industries, Xtreme Power, Ballard Power, GE, PowerGenix, Catalyx, Electrovaya, Wildcat, Oorja Protonics, Quantum Tech, Ananod-Solar, Millennium Electronics, Altairnano, Solterra, SolFocus, Dow, Omron, Chevron, CDC, NIOSH, NREL, US Navy, Seacoast Science, Novomer, Nanosteller, Hitachi, Lockheed Martin, PARC, XPV Capital, Fresh & Easy, APTwater, IBM, Siemens, BYK-Chemie, and hundreds of leading researchers from around the world...View Program

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Wake Forest University Receives EPO Patent for Novel Solar Cell Technology - University’s solar technology could double energy and at a lower cost compared to today’s flat cell technology...Read more

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Nanotech Filter Separates Oil and Water - Michigan Technological University scientists have created a filter that separates the two substances quickly and cleanly...Read more

  Health Sciences & Biotech/Pharma

Nanotech 2011 Medical & Biotech Program Announced

Special Symposia in: Nanotech for Cancer, Phage, Neurology, Bio Imaging, Interfaces, Tissues, Bio Sensors, Nano Medical Sciences

Speakers Include: Merck, Novartis, Johnson & Johnson, Advanced Diamond, Adjuvance, CardiaLen, NanGenex, FluimediX, Endomemetics, Bilcare, Diomics, InnoSense, NanoSight, NIST, PARC, National Cancer Institute, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, NIBIB, NIOSH, and hundreds of leading scientists and researchers from around the world...View Program

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S*BIO Initiates Phase 2 Clinical Trial of its Novel JAK2 Inhibitor SB1518 in North America for Advanced Lymphoid Malignancies - Singapore’s S*BIO Pte Ltd announced it has dosed the first 10 patients in a Phase 2 clinical trial in the U.S. and Canada...Read more

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IBM and Singapore Researchers Use Semiconductor Technology as New Weapon to Fight Disease and Bacteria - Industry-academic research groups team up to tailor semiconductor chemicals to build nanostructures that can fight infectious diseases...Read more

  Where the Investment Is

North America’s Largest Emerging Tech Venture Forum Takes Place June 16, 2011 at NSTI Nanotech/TechConnect World! - More than 60 Pre-Screened Companies from the US, Canada, and Europe will present in the areas of nanotech, cleantech, and biotech....Read more

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NaugaNeedles Continues to Grow in Kentucky - Nanotech start-up will add seven new employees to its company....Read more

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Monsanto Joins Forces with Atlas Ventures to Foster Development of New Technologies - PwC Money Tree Survey notes this is first year that venture capital investment levels went up since 2007.....Read more


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