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Nanotechnology at its best: Nanomotors And Mechanical Nanoswitches

Physics has been coupled and nanotechnology is spreading its wings to medicine and pharmaceuticals.// Julius Springer Prize for Applied Physics for 2006 will be awarded to Dr. Viola Vogel for her creative and pioneering work on bionanotechnology exploring single molecule mechanics and nanomot...
Nanoswitches in Biological Technology

Tethered molecules act as light-driven reversible nanoswitches

Our ability to see is based on molecules in the eye that flip from one conformation to another when exposed to visible light. Now, a new technique for attaching light-sensitive organic molecules to metal surfaces allows the molecules to be switched between two different configurations in response...
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Tethered molecules act as light-driven reversible nanoswitches

reversible nanoswitches. Illustration of the light-activated switch made by the Paul ... act as light-driven reversible nanoswitches." PHYSorg.com. 23 Jun 2008. ...

Article: Hydrogen Nanoswitches.(For Use In Miniature Fuel...

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Penn State Live - Molecular machines drive plasmonic nanoswitches

Blue White and Green. Board of Trustees actions and reports. Budget and ... Molecular machines drive plasmonic nanoswitches. Wednesday, February 11, 2009 ...

Molecular machines drive plasmonic nanoswitches, Electronics ...

Plasmonics -- a possible replacement for current computing approaches -- may pave the way for the next generation of computers that operate faster and store more ...

Tethered Molecules Act as Light-Driven Reversible Nanoswitches ...

The ability to see is based on molecules in the eye that flip from one ... 6/24/2008 12:56:26 AM. Tethered Molecules Act as Light-Driven Reversible Nanoswitches ...

Molecular machines drive plasmonic nanoswitches

Washington, Feb 12 (IANS) Plasmonics may open the way to the next generation of computers that operate faster and store more information than electronically-based ...
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