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Tension in the nanoworld

This release is available in German . A joint team of researchers at CIC nanoGUNE (San Sebastian, Spain) and the Max Planck Institutes of Biochemistry and Plasma Physics (Munich, Germany) report the non-invasive and nanoscale resolved infrared mapping of strain fields in semiconductors....

Project aims to reduce complications, multiple surgeries with biodegradable implantable devices

...s deputy director along with UC professor Mark Schulz, codirector of the UC nanoworld and Smart Materials and Devices Laboratories. The project stems from a f...UC's research in nano- and sensor technology based in its interdepartmental nanoworld and Smart Materials and Devices Laboratories. "Furthermore, this consort...

Brilliant perspectives

...d components. In addition, we established the scientific programmes of all the experiments, and we are now preparing them vigorously. Exploring the nanoworld with PETRA III is also a challenge with respect to construction technique. The hall floor is cast as a single one-metre-thick concrete slab that will ...
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Evolution in the nanoworld

This release is also available in German . The automatic molecular assembly and selection steps exhibited by the molecules, which start as random mixtures, demonstrates a fundamental step in the evolution of life. The organization is activated by instructions which are built-in to the mol...

Spinning carbon nanotubes spawns new wireless applications

...dy been proven to grow carbon nanotubes of world-record breaking lengths, researchers Vesselin Shanov and Mark Schulz in the UC College of Engineering nanoworld Lab have now found new applications by spinning these fibers into strong threads. David Mast, from UC's McMicken College of Arts and Sciences, saw...

World's smallest radio fits in the palm of the hand...of an ant

...gs are scheduled to be printed in Nano Letters in November. "This breakthrough is a perfect example of how the unique behavior of matter in the nanoworld enables startling new technologies," says Bruce Kramer, a senior advisor for engineering at NSF and the officer overseeing the center's work. "The key...

Nanotech exhibit opens at UW-Madison

... The Exploring the nanoworld exhibit includes demonstrations of ferrofluid, magnetic particles bonded to...ls just atoms at a time got a bit easier with the opening of Exploring the nanoworld , an exhibit on display at the University of Wisconsin-Madisons Engineerin...

Big collaboration links learners to science on a tiny scale

... the university's Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment, a small part of Discovery World will reside at UW-Madison in the Engineering Centers Building: The nanoworld Discovery Center, which officially opened in December 2004, is a collapsible exhibit the MRSEC students will use to educate people both on campus and ...

UW-Madison gets $14.8 to advance nanoscale research

...evelop curriculum for middle- and high-school classrooms. Last November, with help from the Milwaukee Discovery World Museum, MRSEC inaugurated the nanoworld Discovery Center, a portable, interactive nanotechnology exhibit on campus. In addition, it hosts a seminar series, bringing top researchers from a...

Just one nanosecond: Clocking events at the nanoscale

...es scientists a way to probe another dimension of a material's structure at the scale of nanometers. Adding the dimension of time to their view of the nanoworld promises to enhance the ability to develop materials for improved memory applications in microelectronics of all kinds, among other things. "Now we...
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