Nano TechConnect News

Dripping Faucets Inspire New Way of Creating Structured Particles
07/18/12 01:00 PM EST
Researchers find new method for making spherical particles, from nanoscale to pinhead-sized — including complex beach-ball-like shapes.

CTSI Announces Top 17 Defense Energy Technology Solutions
07/18/12 01:00 PM EST
Companies to Present in Honolulu at Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit, August 13-15

Man-made Pores Mimic Important Features of Natural Pores
07/17/12 01:00 PM EST
Inspired by nature, researchers design tiny, synthetic pores that mimic important features of cellular ion channels and other molecular channels.

Success in Self-Assembly of Quantum Dots with World’s Highest Density
07/13/12 01:00 PM EST
Will Further Accelerate Research toward Realization of High Performance Quantum Dot Devices

Tokyo Institute of Technology Researchers Develop Eco-Friendly, Blue-Fluorescent Molecular Nanocapsules
07/12/12 01:00 PM EST
Nanocapsules created through a simple mix of ‘green-environmentally friendly’ metal ions and bent organic blocks.

Innovation Spotlight: Mike Nemeth of Zyvex Technologies Talks About Commercialization
06/27/12 03:32 PM EST
Mike Nemeth, Director of Commercial and Defense Applications at Zyvex Technologies, took a few moments to discuss commercialization with TechConnect.

DOE Issues FOA For Energy Innovation HUB For Critical Materials Research
06/08/12 01:20 PM EST
On May 31, DOE issued a FOA for an Energy Innovation HUB for Critical Materials. Critical materials are materials important to our country but that have supply restrictions.

NthDegree Technologies Worldwide Raises Just Over $11 Million US in Funding Round
06/01/12 01:07 PM EST
NthDegree Technologies was selected to present at the 2011 TechConnect World Venture Forum, Boston, MA

FlexEnergy in the Running for Green Engineering Award at Tech America-Orange County, CA
06/01/12 01:07 PM EST
FlexEnergy will have a poster presentation at TechConnect World, June 19-21, 2012

Target: Drug-resistant bacteria
06/01/12 01:06 PM EST
Engineers design nanoparticles that deliver high doses of antibiotics directly to bacteria.