Brits Experiencing Moth Trouble With Their Cashmeres
...se a napkin:Some ladies who lunch swear moths are attracted to clothes which have food spilt on them. As well as keeping woollens clean you can wear a napkin
over your cashmere jumper to make sure it doesn't become extra tasty. ...
Nanotech Wipes for biohazard detection
... when the antibodies attached to their targets. Users would simply wipe the napkin
across a surface. If a biohazard were detected, the surface could be disinfected and retested with another napkin
to be sure it was no longer contaminated,’ she said.
The nanofibres are...
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Biodegradable napkin -- featuring sensitive nanofibers -- may quickly detect biohazards
Detecting bacteria, viruses and other dangerous substances in hospitals, airplanes and other commonly contaminated places could soon be as easy as wiping a napkin
or paper towel across a surface, says a researcher from Cornell University.
"It's very inexpensive, it wouldn't require that someone b...
UNC nanotech spin-off forms new venture with Siemens
...ng around on a napkin. We have limited medical knowledge but we understand the basic physics of X-rays.
Zhou, Lu and other collaborators grew their napkin
diagram and the grant-funded research into Xintek, a small nanotechnology start-up company that licensed technology from UNC and Duke University. Two ...
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Hiemstra Appoints Robert C. Glines as Director of Business Development
...485-certified clean room, our clients can
leverage our infrastructure, experienced resources and CER to accelerate
development of their products, from napkin
sketch to commercialization."
With his intimate knowledge of the medical technology sector, Mr. Glines
brings a unique, focused vision as the company ...
The mysteries and the future of Web sites
...he millions of remaining business domain names actively used on global e-commerce today.
From its inception, when the genius founders doodled on a napkin
and came up with the big five suffixes: .com, .net, .gov, .edu, .mil and .org, and declared www. as the one and only key to cyberspace, they changed b...
When will the Internet be divided among nations?
...n domain registration policies -- in a nutshell, a very big and a very complex global mess.
Choosing five original suffixes as a quick and a simple napkin
solution was the biggest mistake. The Global Charter of Corporate Nomenclature and the Rules of Global Domain Name Management were never applied. It w...