Nano TechConnect News
TechConnect, National Innovation, and SBIR/STTR Summit Announce Lead Corporate Partners
02/19/14 10:15 AM EST
TechConnect Innovation-to-Corporate Partnering Program to Bring Leading F1000 Companies and Innovators to Washington, DC, June 15-19, 2014
Superconductivity in Orbit: Scientists Find New Path to Loss-Free Electricity
02/19/14 10:09 AM EST
Brookhaven Lab researchers captured the distribution of multiple orbital electrons to help explain the emergence of superconductivity in iron-based materials
TechConnect Innovation Spotlight: Scalable Biosurfactant Synthesis
02/19/14 10:01 AM EST
Lehigh University, TechConnect World 2013 National & Global Innovation Awardee, Washington, DC
Wal-Mart Pledges $10 Million in Innovation Funding for US Manufacturing
01/24/14 09:39 AM EST
Announcement was made by Wal-Mart CEO Bill Simon during the US Conference of Mayors in DC this month.
National Innovation Summit, Washington DC: Final Call for Innovation Submissions
01/24/14 08:53 AM EST
Co-located with TechConnect World and National SBIR/STTR Conference, join North America's largest technology-to-commercialization event in the nation's capital. Submissions due January 31.
TechConnect Innovation Spotlight: Modular Biocompatible Materials for Medical Devices and Wound Healing Applications
01/24/14 08:41 AM EST
DiazaMED, TechConnect World-National Innovation Summit 2013 National & Global Innovation Awardee, Washington, DC
MIMETAS and Galapagos to Develop Human Disease Models On-a-Chip
01/23/14 04:31 PM EST
The two companies have entered into a research collaboration on the development of organ-on-a-chip-based human disease models for new medicine development.
Fujitsu Simulates 3,000-Atom Nano device, a Threefold Increase
01/23/14 03:58 PM EST
Supercomputer used to calculate electrical properties in approximately 20 hours.
Solar-power device would use heat to enhance efficiency
01/23/14 03:55 PM EST
New approach developed at MIT could generate power from sunlight efficiently and on demand.
Staying cool in the nanoelectric universe by getting hot
01/23/14 03:50 PM EST
Research hints that nanodevices in microcircuits can protect themselves from heat generation; could boost computing power without large-scale changes to electronics