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The University of Rochester opened the Integrated Nanosystems Center (URnano) on campus. The center will be used for physics, optics, chemistry, biomedicine and bioengineering research on commercialization of fuel cells, biosensors and other high-tech devices.
SUSS MicroTec announced a strategic collaboration with the Cornell NanoScale Science & Technology Facility (CNF). As part of the cooperation, Cornell staff will perform research using SUSS lithography equipment, including enhanced contact aligner tool sets and a Gamma spray coater.
The project is designed to provide a parallel MATLAB engine for Science Gateways, such as nanoHUB.org, a web-based resource for research, education and collaboration in nanotechnology created by the NSF-funded Network for Computational Nanotechnology.
Aside from performing cutting edge research in nanotechnology, the Asylum Research MFP-3D atomic force microscope (AFM) was in the spotlight on the CBS hit television show CSI: Miami. The AFM was featured in the episode 619 "Rock and a Hard Place" on May 5, 2008.
Russian microscopy developer NT-MDT brings nanotechnology discovery to the Mac OS with "the first automated scanning probe microscope (SPM) for broad application," Solver NEXT -- and with NanoEducator, a scanning probe microscope (SPM).
The National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO) has released a document, Prioritization of Environmental, Health, and Safety Research Needs for Engineered Nanoscale Materials: An Interim Document for Public Comment , and is requesting input through September 17, 2007.
May 27, 2008 -- The EC-funded Micro-Nanosystems European Network (MINOS-EURONET), which concludes this month, worked to showcase micro/nanotechnology R&D capabilities from new member states for a better integration of their research activities into the European Research Area (ERA).
Jan. 13, 2005 -- Global corporations fail to tie investments in nanotechnology development to an explicit strategy or coordinate their efforts across the company, according to a new report. As a result, the report concludes, such investments are at risk of "being wasted," according to a press
Hitachi Ltd. (NYSE: HIT , News , Web ) will invest nearly $100 million a year in basic research to boost the development of nanotechnology, biotechnology and other advanced fields, according to Asia Pulse.
July 30, 2004 -- The National Science Foundation named 34 international research fellows this week, two of which will be working on nanotechnology projects. The awards are given to American postdoctoral scientists and engineers and allow them to conduct cutting-edge research. Winners will have the