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NEWS from NANO-TSUNAMI (jan. 2004)!!!
« on: January 26, 2004, 01:37:20 PM »
Nano Chemists Make Curved Structures
The natural world is full of curves and three dimensions, but the ability to deliberately and rationally construct such complex structures using nanoscale building blocks has eluded nanotechnologists who are eager to add curved structures to their toolbox.
Now a team of Northwestern University chemists report they have discovered ways to construct nanoscale building blocks that assemble into flat or curved structures with a high level of predictability, depending on the architecture and composition of the building blocks. The results are published in the Jan. 16 issue of the journal Science.  www.nano-tsunami.com
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Re:Nano Chemists Make Curved Structures
« Reply #1 on: January 26, 2004, 02:03:09 PM »
Het arsenaal aan nano-objecten wordt hiermee vergroot!
Hopelijk komt het in een stroomversnelling!

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David Voyle writes, "With interest increase in nanotechnology focused companies among the investors community, Nano Tsunami  has compiled a list of companies and research centres directly involved in nanotechnology research or products. Concerned markets are the Nasdaq, the Nyse, we have also listed companies trading on the Hong Kong, the UK & Toronto stock exchanges.  We would very much like to list more European based companies & research centres and welcome any new suggestions." www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano-Tsunami : New Type of Nanotube Made of Gold or Silver
« Reply #3 on: January 27, 2004, 11:40:18 AM »
New Type of Nanotube Made of Gold or Silver Created at the Weizmann Institute

Weizmann Institute scientists have created a new type of nanotube built of gold, silver and other nanoparticles. The tubes exhibit unique electrical, optical and other properties, depending on their components, and as such, may form the basis for future nanosensors, catalysts and chemistry-on-a-chip systems.

The study, published in Angewandte Chemie, was performed by Prof. Israel Rubinstein, Dr. Alexander Vaskevich, postdoctoral associate Dr. Michal Lahav and doctoral student Tali Sehayek, all of the Institute’s Department of Materials and Interfaces ... read the wave at www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano-Tsunami: Nanorings Promise Big Memory
« Reply #4 on: January 28, 2004, 10:56:49 AM »
Nanorings Promise Big Memory
Researchers are always looking for better memory.

There are many projects aimed at making computer memory that holds more information in smaller spaces, memory that allows data to be retrieved more quickly, and memory that does not have to be refreshed so often. Today's computers use dynamic random access memory, which must be constantly refreshed, and therefore requires a constant stream of electricity in order to retain information.
read more... www.nano-tsunami.com

David W.G. Voyle

Nano Tsunami : Scientists Grow Neurons Using Nanostructures
« Reply #5 on: January 28, 2004, 05:17:22 PM »
EVANSTON, Ill. USA --- Scientists at Northwestern University have designed synthetic molecules that promote neuron growth, a promising development that could lead to the reversal of paralysis due to spinal cord injury.
“We have created new materials that because of their chemical structure interact with cells of the central nervous system in ways that may help prevent the formation of the scar that is often linked to paralysis after spinal cord injury,” said Samuel I. Stupp, Board of Trustees Professor of Materials Science and Engineering, Chemistry and Medicine. ( read the wave ) www.nano-tsunami.com

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Re:Nano Tsunami : Scientists Grow Neurons Using Nanostructures
« Reply #6 on: January 29, 2004, 11:04:05 AM »
Dat is interessant!
Op die manier kun je dus zenuwen laten groeien!
De verweving van machine en mens komt hiermee een stap dichterbij.
Je hoeft de electroden niet meer op de zenuw aan te sluiten, maar kan de zenuw direct op de electronica laten groeien.

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Durchbruch: Synthetische Nanoröhren und Nanofäden auf Mineralbasis

Erstmals ist es Wissenschaftlern am Institut für Mineralogie, Kristallographie und Materialwissenschaft der Universität Leipzig gelungen, Nanoröhren und Nanofäden komplexer Metallsulfide auf der Basis von Nanomineralen herzustellen. Auf Grund ihrer variablen strukturellen, chemischen und physikalischen Eigenschaften sollen entsprechende Syntheseprodukte für unterschiedliche Anwendungsbereiche zur Verfügung gestellt werden.
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Hallo Nano-Tsunami,

ik vindt het TOP dat je hier interessante en zelfs belangrijke informatie post over nanotechnologie en zetta-technieken, maar kun je de posts in het Nederlands en als het echt niet anders kan in het Engels posten? Of kort vermelden waar het over gaat? Anders wordt er straks in het italiaans ge-replyed en raak ik als admin de draad kwijt!   ???

Alvast bedankt,

Met digitale groet,

Admin

ps. Waarom hebben wij nog geen link op nano-tsunami?  ;)
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Nano Tsunami : New form of matter created in lab
« Reply #9 on: January 30, 2004, 10:08:23 AM »
New form of matter created in lab
 
Scientists have created a new form of matter saying it could provide a new way to generate electricity. The fermionic condensate is a cloud of cold potassium atoms forced into a state where they behave strangely….read the wave at www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami : Nanotech spy eyes life inside the cell
« Reply #10 on: January 30, 2004, 10:12:11 AM »
Nanotech spy eyes life inside the cell

In Prey, Michael Crichton's tale of nanotech gone awry, a swarm of light-sensitive nanoparticles swim through a human body, creating the ultimate medical imaging system....read the wave at www.nano-tsunami.com