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Researchers write protein nanoarrays using a fountain pen and electric fields

... on a much smaller scale, and in this case, the ink is the protein solution," said Horacio Espinosa, ... Each nanofountain probe chip has a set of ink reservoirs that hold the solution to be patterned. Like a fountain pen, the ink is transported to sharp writing probes through a ...

Sol-gel inks produce complex shapes with nanoscale features

... direct-write assembly. The concentrated sol-gel ink is dispensed as a filament from a nozzle ... (about 100 times smaller than a human hair). The ink is dispensed while a computer-controlled ... desired shape is produced. We have opened direct ink writing to a new realm of functional materials, ...

Microfluidics International Corporation to Report Second Quarter 2009 Financial Results on August 11, 2009

... equipment to the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, chemical, cosmetics and ink jet ink industries. Microfluidics International Corporation applies its 20 years ...

NIST scientists study how to stack the deck for organic solar power

... rigid silicon cells. Organic photovoltaics start out as a kind of ink that can be applied to flexible surfaces to create solar cell modules that ... carbon molecules called fullerenes that collect electrons. When the ink is applied to a surface, the blend hardens into a film that contains a ...

New Report Just Published: World Endoscopy Systems Market Report

... New Endoscopy Center II-48 Solos Endoscopy and Tekno-Medical ink Agreement II-48 KGMU Establishes Endoscopy Lab II-48 GI Societies ... Stryker Acquires Sightline Technologies II-49 GENICON and Broadlane ink an Agreement II-49 Solos Endoscopy Purchases Assets of Lifeline ...

Inexpensive plastic used in CDs could improve aircraft, computer electronics

... from PCs to PDAs. The next step of this research is to develop ink formulations to paint these polycarbonate nanocomposites onto various ... charge, so it's not surprising that the availability of a paintable ink would be particularly appealing to the Air Force for its lightweight ...

Northwestern chemists take gold, mass-produce Beijing Olympic logo

... using an "ink" of the molecule 16-mercaptohexadecanoic acid. (The ink is a mere one molecule thick.) This took less than 40 minutes. The logo ... multiple printing passes with the same tool (the pen array, which has an ink reservoir). Polymer Pen Lithography simplifies and takes the best of ...

Commencement 2008: Student innovation could improve data storage, magnetic sensors

... storage and sense extremely low level magnetic fields in everything from ink on counterfeit currency to tissue in the human brain and heart. First, ... motion sensors for industrial applications, detection of magnetic ink in currency and other secure documents, and even help detect and further ...

Using catalysts to stamp nanopatterns without ink

... The really important part is that with a biological catalyst theres no ink involved, added Duke chemistry professor Eric Toone. Clark, Toone and ... microcontact printing is that pattern transfer relies on the diffusion of ink from the stamp to the surface. This same diffusion spreads out beyond the ...

Swine Flu Fears Generate Interest in UV Disinfection Technologies...Again

... bacteria, and that some pathogens -- the germs that make us sick -- can survive on surfaces for months! Public keyboards, elevator buttons, phones, ink pens, shopping carts and even magazines in a doctor's office have been found to be more highly contaminated than even public toilets. ...

American Society of Anesthesiologists Primary Agenda Displayed Says Dr. Barry Friedberg of Cosmetic Surgery Anesthesia

... function primarily (and legitimately) as political organizations to represent the economic interests of their dues paying memberships. The ink was not dry on the Outpatient Surgery Magazine (OSM) article entitled 'Can surgery centers profit from anesthesia?' (April 2009 issue) before the ASA ...

University of Alberta and NINT researchers make solar energy breakthrough

... generation of solar technology belongs to plastic. "Plastic solar cell material will be made cheaply and quickly and in massive quantities by ink jet-like printers." ...

Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity

... chemical signature. The technology can be used to determine what a person recently handled. "The classic example of a fingerprint is an ink imprint showing the unique swirls and loops used for identification, but fingerprints also leave behind a unique distribution of molecular ...

Protein-printing technique gives snapshots of immune system defense

... CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (Nov. 3, 2008) When Albrecht Durer and other Renaissance artists painstakingly etched images onto plates, swabbed ink into the fine grooves and transferred the images to paper with a press, they never could have guessed that centuries later the same technique would ...

Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity

... chemical signature. The technology can be used to determine what a person recently handled. "The classic example of a fingerprint is an ink imprint showing the unique swirls and loops used for identification, but fingerprints also leave behind a unique distribution of molecular ...

Fingerprints provide clues to more than just identity

... chemical signature. The technology can be used to determine what a person recently handled. "The classic example of a fingerprint is an ink imprint showing the unique swirls and loops used for identification, but fingerprints also leave behind a unique distribution of molecular ...

Sigma-Aldrich Signs Agreement With Plextronics to Distribute Plexcore(R) Organic Electronics Materials

... (electronics) grades optimized for use in organic transistors and solar cells. Plexcore(R) OC is a solution-processable organic conductive ink specifically developed for use as a charge-transport layer in organic light emitting diodes and solar cells. Together, the two types of Plexcore(R) ...

Tech Digest: whats moving in the Midwest

... Platypus plans office move next June ink Source now property of Nor-Cote UW students ... still has space available, officials said. ink Source now property of Nor-Cote Indiana-based ... they have signed an agreement to purchase ink Source, a ...

Making RFID mainstream

... unconventional. Special designs using conductive ink are already making their way from laboratories to ... ) confirm the greater resistive losses of ink vs. copper that one would expect. Improved formulations (province of the ink companies) and better antenna designs (our own ...

Learning how far your message reaches by Googling yourself

... CHICAGOIf you buy into the concept that any ink is good ink and if you believe that name and brand recognition is the first step to ...

Entrepreneurs and Business Plans

... revenues? Is the sales forecast believable, and more importantly, is it achievable? Lastly, do they understand how long it will take before red ink turns into black ink? Any entrepreneur forecasting profits during the first or second year of operation is probably not going to get funded, ...

Sarbanes-Oxley Act: The Next Y2K For IT Budgets?

... courses and seminars to understand the major changes that have occurred. It intrigues me when companies and individuals proclaim expertise when the ink is still wet on the paper on which the act was printed. This is clearly a work in progress. Though no one has years of expertise on this, some ...

In search of the next big thing at DEMO

... of 2005 for $99. Nanotech Displays NTERA introduced their NanoChromics displays, one of a growing number of products intended to resemble ink on paper and serve as a replacement for standard LCD screens. With their technology we could see brighter and less power-consuming displays in a ...

Vector Surgical hopes to turn frustration into faster surgeries

... tissue with sutures to ensure that enough area is cut away and removed. With the MarginMarker device, a surgeon would be able to use a sterile ink pad to orient the tissue in about 20 seconds. Vector Surgical also has developed a second product, EndoMarker, that can be inserted through a ...

Madison biochip research offers geneticists a big view through a small window

... the gene-mapping project. The oldest applications of biochips for DNA analysis are still used and involve a technique known as spotted array. ink jets or porous pin heads spray up to 10,000 samples of DNA produced meticulously in tiny test tubes onto a slide or chip. Researchers design masks ...

Wisconsin plant is part of NCR's global RFID initiative

... in RFID. The global technology company's products and services include ATMs, retail systems, data warehouses, IT services, and paper and ink supplies for printers and other workstations - all which are involved in RFID initiatives Investment in RFID NCR's 2004 annual report, noting ...

Why companies don't get invited to the DEMO conference

... is unable to adhere to our launch at DEMO policy. Theres good news in these last two points for the DEMO faithful. While I wont spend digital ink on the majority of companies not selected, I will definitely write about the companies whose product timeframes have shifted away from the DEMO ...

Milwaukee Wi-Fi provider ready to start building network

... contractual details with the city, which last month selected Midwest Fiber to build and maintain a citywide wireless data network. As soon as the ink is dry on the agreements, "equipment will be mounted on poles almost immediately," according to Donna Raffaelli, one of three principal owners of ...

Presto! A 94-year-old woman goes online

... of how to build a product that well serves this aging population. The product is easy to set up, offers features (including monitoring paper and ink supply remotely) that make it easy to manage, and delivers real value - really simply. Not just for curmudgeons But let's be careful not to ...

Data centers: Buyers beware of over-hyped facilities

... for mission critical infrastructure, including several major hospitals and airports in the United States and abroad, simply wrote: Impressive ink and unfortunately deserved. Too bad for them. I'm not Rain Man Without belaboring the points raised by the readers, I did not get a good ...

Hewlett-Packard exec offers innovative counsel

... its approach to innovation is more robust than most. Since the 1960s, it has relied on HP Labs to generate product innovations. Citing the thermal ink jet printer, digital media platforms, and video merchant services, which Pugh called the backbone of Wal-Mart's website, she said the lab has done ...

In pursuit of capital, be sure to track your private offering

... investor before offering to sell that person the issuer's securities. Legal treatises and SEC interpretive rulings have spent much time and ink tracing the contours of the pre-existing relationship requirement. It generally can be broken down into two components: (1) the relationship has to ...

Identification of Differentially Expressed Gene Products with the CastAway System*

... size of the products ranged from 100 to 550 bp. The gel was reexposed to a second film, and candidate bands were outlined with ink and given an identifying number on the second film figure 2 . The dried gel was rehydrated in water overnight and then placed ...
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