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Nieuws van Nano-Tsunami (Maart 2004)
« on: March 02, 2004, 05:38:59 PM »
Nano Tsunami: First Movies of Cells "Talking''

Quantum Dots Capture First Movies of Cells ``Talking''; Nanotechnology Aids Researchers in Revealing Mechanisms Vital to Drug Development

Researchers at Max Planck Institute in Germany have used a new nano-sized imaging tool to capture the first-ever movies of cells transmitting the messages that control genes. The breakthrough is expected to help pharmaceutical companies speed and enhance the process of screening candidate cancer drugs.


In a study published in the February issue of the respected science journal Nature Biotechnology, the researchers reported they used quantum dots developed and manufactured by Hayward-based Quantum Dot Corporation (QDC) to provide prolonged, real-time visualizations in living cells of the signaling mechanisms of the erbB family of receptors, the targets of many cancer drugs. Quantum dots are nano-scale crystals of semiconductor material -- up to ten-billionths of a meter in size -- that glow in several different colors, depending on their size, when excited by a light source such as a laser. The dramatic video-clip images mark the first time researchers have been able to see moving images of a cell's basic means of communication with its environment. ...read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com


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Marine sponges provide model for nanoscale materials production

"Nature was nano before nano was cool," stated Henry Fountain in a recent New York Times article on the proliferation of nanotechnology research projects. No one is more aware of this fact of nature than Dan Morse of the University of California, Santa Barbara. His research groups have been studying the ways that nature builds ocean organisms at the nanoscale for over ten years.

For example, they have studied the abalone shell for its high-performance, super-resistant, composite mineral structure.

Now they are now looking to learn new biotechnological routes to make high performance electronic and optical materials. …read the wave
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Nano Tsunami: NEC Claims License to Carbon Nanotube
« Reply #2 on: March 04, 2004, 11:43:31 AM »
NEC Claims License to Carbon Nanotube

NEC Corp. have claimed a monopoly of sorts, saying that it owns patents on carbon nanotubes that must be licensed by any company wishing to pursue the graphite material.


NEC said that one of its senior research fellows discovered carbon nanotube in 1991 and that the company now has two essential patents on the technology.
With the claims, NEC announced that Sumitomo Corp. and it have inked an agreement, granting Sumitomo a non-exclusive license under basic Japanese patents owned by NEC that cover carbon nanotube. …read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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FREE MEASUREMENT SOFTWARETOOLKIT FOR NANOTECH RESEARCHERS
« Reply #3 on: March 04, 2004, 11:45:38 AM »
KEITHLEY RELEASES FREE MEASUREMENT SOFTWARETOOLKIT FOR NANOTECH RESEARCHERS... read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami: High-Tech Pants or Molecular Revolution?
« Reply #4 on: March 05, 2004, 12:17:19 PM »
High-Tech Pants or Molecular Revolution?

The field of nanotechnology is divided between those who think it will simply improve our lives and those who think it will completely transform them. The former group thinks of nanotechnology as essentially a new branch of materials science. The latter group, inspired by nanotechnologist Eric Drexler, hews to a more ambitious vision in which molecular manufacturing, nanomedicine, and even nanoweapons will radically reshape the world. Many people in the former category think that Drexler’s version of nanotechnology is bunk…read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami: 'IT'S GOING TO BE A GIANT BUSINESS.'
« Reply #5 on: March 05, 2004, 12:18:52 PM »
'IT'S GOING TO BE A GIANT BUSINESS.'
Three years ago, carbon nanotubes made gold look like dirt. A pound of gold at the time cost just $3,500, a pittance compared with the going rate of half a million dollars per pound of nanotubes. With 100 times the strength of steel at a fraction the weight, electrical conductivity and high heat resistance, a carbon-based nanotube is certainly the Superman of the polymer world. But its prohibitive cost precluded any practical use….read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami:Mercedes coating comes up to scratch
« Reply #6 on: March 08, 2004, 01:45:59 PM »
Mercedes coating comes up to scratch

The new Mercedes CLS Coupé, launched this week at the Geneva Motor Show, will come with scratch-resistant, nanotechnology-based paint as standard.
The new clear lacquer top coat, which provides gloss and weatherproofing properties, is the result of a four-year collaboration between Mercedes and US-based automotive coatings supplier PPG Industries. Dennis Taljan, PPG's global director for decorative projects, said existing scratch-resistant coatings 'have no elasticity and would crack in the temperature extremes cars must withstand'. …read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami:2004 European NanoBusiness Survey
« Reply #7 on: March 08, 2004, 01:47:43 PM »
2004 European NanoBusiness Survey
New - The European NanoBusiness Association releases the results of the 2004 European NanoBusiness Survey. Click here to download (pdf 296kb)Click here to download

Founded in 2002, the European NanoBusiness Association is a Brussels based non profit organization dedicated to promoting a strong and competitive European nanotechnology based industry. Established by leading players in European nanotechnology, the European NanoBusiness Association provides a forum to link, inform and enable European nanotechnology companies, from start-ups to multi-nationals.
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Nano Tsunami: 'God particle' may have been seen.
« Reply #8 on: March 11, 2004, 10:55:37 AM »
'God particle' may have been seen.

A scientist says one of the most sought after particles in physics - the Higgs boson - may have been found, but the evidence is still relatively weak. Peter Renton, of the University of Oxford, says the particle may have been detected by researchers at an atom-smashing facility in Switzerland …read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami: MULTILEVEL MOLECULAR MEMORY.
« Reply #9 on: March 11, 2004, 10:57:34 AM »
MULTILEVEL MOLECULAR MEMORY.

In conventional memory cells a bit of information is either a zero or one. (In hypothetical quantum computers, a bit could be both a zero and a one at the same time, but that kind of nimble balancing is years away from exploitation and so bits continue to be bi-level.) In the meantime one way of cramming more data into a fixed lateral region on a data storage device, other than shrinking the cell's size, is to store more than one bit in each memory cell. This is one goal of molecular electronics (or "moletronics") where, for instance, one would like to store information in the form of parcels of charge placed at several active sites around a single molecule. ...read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami :DOPING BUCKYBALLS WITH ATOMS, ONE AT A TIME
« Reply #10 on: March 12, 2004, 10:40:06 AM »
DOPING BUCKYBALLS WITH ATOMS, ONE AT A TIME

Researchers Tune the Electronic Properties of Individual C60 Molecules

BERKELEY, CA -- A team led by Michael Crommie, a staff scientist in
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory's Materials Sciences Division and a professor of physics at the University of California at Berkeley, has used a scanning tunneling microscope (STM) to attach individual potassium atoms to isolated carbon-60 molecules.

By adding potassium atoms to familiar soccer-ball-shaped "buckyballs," Crommie and his coworkers can increase the electric charge on each C60 molecule; individual potassium atoms are either attached or removed from a C60 molecule using the tip of an STM. The method demonstrates that the electronic properties of an individual molecular structure can be reversibly tuned with atomic precision. ...read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami: Nano-Tex Inks in Domestic Workwear, Sportswear
« Reply #11 on: March 12, 2004, 10:42:48 AM »
Nano-Tex Inks Deal With Domestic Workwear, Sportswear, Cotton Leader Avondale Mills

EMERYVILLE, Calif, USA. --Nano-Tex, LLC, the leader in textile enhancements that deliver superior performance with maximum comfort in everyday fabrics, today announced it has licensed its technology to Avondale Mills, the country's largest producer of workwear and sportswear, and a leader in cotton apparel.

Avondale produces fabrics for casualwear, sportswear and career and uniform apparel for such leading brands as Gap, VF, Levi's, Haggar, Williamson-Dickie, Carhartt and Cintas.

The partnership with Avondale marks a significant expansion for Nano-Tex into the career and uniform apparel market, in addition to bolstering the company's presence in cotton casualwear and sportswear….read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com


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Nano Tsunami: Nano What? Survey Shows Most People in the Dark
« Reply #12 on: March 15, 2004, 01:44:34 PM »
Nano What? Survey Shows Most People in the Dark

Most Britons have never heard of nanotechnology and have no idea what it is, according to a survey released on Monday. But the majority of the 29 percent of people questioned in the poll who were aware of it think the ultra-small scale technology will have a beneficial effect in the future.
The survey was carried out by the Royal Society, an academy of leading scientists, and the Royal Academy of Engineering….read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami: Nanograss !
« Reply #13 on: March 15, 2004, 01:45:54 PM »
Bell Labs Scientists Discover Technique to Control Fluids Using Specially Fabricated Silicon 'Nanograss'

Scientists at Bell Labs, the research and development arm of Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU), have discovered an entirely new method to control the behavior of tiny liquid droplets by applying electrical charges to specially engineered silicon surfaces that resemble blades of grass. The new technique of manipulating fluids has many potential applications, including thermal cooling of integrated circuits for powerful computers, novel photonic components for optical communications, and small, low-cost "lab-on-a-chip" sensor modules.

Details of the technique, which is the result of Bell Labs' research efforts in nanotechnology, are being published in the May 11, 2004, issue of the American Chemical Society's journal, Langmuir.

"Once in a while, we get a research breakthrough that has wide applicability across many fields," said David Bishop...read the wave
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Nano Tsunami:NanoMuscle and CREATA Develop Lifelike Toys
« Reply #14 on: March 16, 2004, 03:40:40 PM »
NanoMuscle and CREATA Develop Lifelike Toys

Antioch, Calif. NanoMuscle and CREATA have entered a partnership to create lifelike toys for a variety of outlets. The first toy produced as a result of this collaboration, Ojarumaru Man, is currently available in McDonald’s Japan restaurants. Ojarumaru Man is a talking, moving toy modeled after the famous Japanese anime character. The NanoMuscle motor inside Ojarumaru Man provides silent, lifelike motion at a fraction of the cost of a traditional electric motor….read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami:DETECTION AT A DISTANCE FOR MORE SENSITIVE MRI
« Reply #15 on: March 16, 2004, 03:42:19 PM »
DETECTION AT A DISTANCE FOR MORE SENSITIVE MRI

BERKELEY, CA -- Alexander Pines and his colleagues have discovered a
remarkable new way to improve the versatility and sensitivity of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and the technology upon which it is based, nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). Pines, a pioneering NMR researcher, is Faculty Senior Scientist in the Materials Sciences Division at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Glenn T. Seaborg Professor of Chemistry at the University of California at Berkeley. The latest details of the new technique, known as remote detection, are reported by Pines, postdoctoral fellow Song-I Han, and doctoral candidate Juliette A. Seeley in the Journal of Magnetic Resonance.

Remote detection depends on physically separating the two basic steps of NMR, signal encoding and detection -- normally carried out in the same instrument -- in order to customize each step for the best results.

Using laser-polarized xenon gas as the medium for "remembering" the encoded information and carrying it to the remote detection site, Pines and his group have achieved orders-of-magnitude improvement in MRI image resolution, plus manifold increases in NMR sensitivity....read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami:NanoBio Clinical Trials for Herpes Labialis Treatment
« Reply #16 on: March 17, 2004, 12:48:03 PM »
NanoBio® Corporation Announces FDA Approval for
Phase II Clinical Trials for Herpes Labialis Treatment

Ann Arbor, Michigan USA – NanoBio® Corporation announced today that the Investigational New Drug (IND) application for its first antimicrobial product (NB001) is now open, allowing the Company to begin Phase II clinical trials for the topical treatment of Herpes labialis (cold sores). The herpes treatment product will be called NanoHPX™ and is one of several products enabled by NanoBio's patented broad platform NanoStat™ technology. The IND was filed with the US Food and Drug Administration on January 6, 2004.
The Phase II trials are scheduled to begin in March and will confirm the safety, efficacy and dose ranging of the product. The six-month trial will enroll two hundred and eighty-six patients at twenty clinical study sites in the United States. Mary Flack MD, NanoBio's VP for Regulatory & Clinical Affairs states, “This is an important step in the development of NanoBio's product. It demonstrates that the formulation, manufacturing and animal testing of our product to date are acceptable and we are free to proceed with clinical testing.” ...read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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U.S. Semiconductor Industry Expands Multi-Million Dollar University Research Program for Future Technologies; UCLA to Lead Newest Research Focus Center on Nanoscale Materials

The U.S. semiconductor industry announces the expansion of its Focus Center Research Program, a multi-million dollar, 30-university research collaboration, which addresses the most challenging technology issues.
"SIA has been a strong advocate for increased funding for research in physical sciences and engineering, particularly as technological advances become more difficult as we approach the physical limits of our current chip making processes," said George Scalise, Semiconductor Industry Association (SIA) President. "If our society is to continue to enjoy the productivity enhancements and consumer benefits from information technology, Congress needs to add $20 million in funding for fiscal year 2005 to match the industry's $20 million contribution for this university research program."...read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami: Next-Generation Nanotech Power Cell Batteries.
« Reply #18 on: March 18, 2004, 12:05:49 PM »
mPhase and Lucent Technologies' Bell Labs To Develop Next-Generation Nanotech Power Cell Batteries.

First-of-its kind "Smart Battery" technology will address power needs in defense, industrial and consumer electronics

mPhase Technologies, Inc. (OTCBB:XDSL) today announced it has entered into an agreement with Lucent Technologies (NYSE:LU) to develop nanotechnology-based power cell technology. Bell Labs, the R&D arm of Lucent Technologies, and the New Jersey Nanotech Consortium at Bell Labs, have developed prototypes of this technology, which may lead to superior battery shelf life and rapid activation times. In addition to meeting the demand for high-power, long-life battery capacity for electronic devices, other potential uses for the new "Smart Battery" may include emergency and reserve power applications.

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The shortest time yet measured, and the most sensitive set of scales

PEOPLE who think “nano” is the epitome of smallness should think again. A nanosomething is but a billionth of that something. Two new pieces of research concern themselves with attosomethings—billionths of the nano.
Ferenc Krausz, of Vienna University of Technology, and his colleagues, are concerned with attoseconds. They have just published a paper in Nature which describes their measurement of the shortest time interval ever recorded, a mere 100 attoseconds….read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami : Microbe's trick provides a template for willowy crystals
« Reply #20 on: March 19, 2004, 10:41:49 AM »
Microbe's trick provides a template for willowy crystals

BERKELEY – A team of scientists from the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison have discovered deep in an abandoned iron mine a microbe that produces willowy crystalline structures only nanometers across and longer than most man-made nanostructures.

The discovery of these microscopic crystals may open a broad new window to human understanding of biomineralization, the same process that produces bone, teeth and shell, some of nature's toughest and most intriguing biological materials….read the wave www.nano-tsuanmi.com

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Nano Tsuanmi : Delftse microelektronica en nanotechnologie worden versterk
« Reply #21 on: March 19, 2004, 10:43:29 AM »
Delftse microelektronica en nanotechnologie worden versterk

De TU Delft gaat in het kader van een nieuwe onderzoekstrategie haar speerpunten ‘Nanotechnology’, ‘ICT’ en ‘Mechatronics and Microsystems’ versterken.
Hiertoe wordt DIMES uitgebreid met de microsysteem-en mechatronicagroepen van de faculteit Werktuigbouwkunde, de computerontwerpgroep van de faculteit Elektrotechniek, Wiskunde en Informatica en de deeltjesopticagroep van de faculteit Technische Natuurwetenschappen. Daarnaast wordt het Nanoscience-onderzoek van de faculteit Technische Natuurwetenschappen verzelfstandigd en wordt er een aparte labinfrastructuur voor ingericht; Nanoscience bouwt samen met TNO TPD een state-of-the-art nanolaboratorium en gaat meer samenwerken met de Universiteit Leiden. ...read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com
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Nano Tsunami:Signal Discovery? Doctors "hear" diseases
« Reply #22 on: March 22, 2004, 10:47:00 AM »
Signal Discovery?

A Los Angeles scientist says living cells may make distinct sounds, which might someday help doctors "hear" diseases

Kids, lawn mowers, planes, trains, automobiles—just about everything makes noise. And if two California scientists are right, so, too, do living cells. In recent experiments using the frontier science of nanotechnology, the researchers have found evidence that yeast cells give off one kind of squeal while mammalian cells may give off another.

The research, though still preliminary, is potentially "revolutionary," as one scientist puts it, and a possible, admittedly far-off medical application, is already being pursued: someday, the thinking goes, listening to the sounds your cells make might tell a doctor, before symptoms occur, whether you're healthy or about to be ill….read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami :Triton's nanotechnology designed to take on tumors
« Reply #23 on: March 22, 2004, 10:48:58 AM »
Triton's nanotechnology designed to take on tumors

CHELMSFORD, USA-- Samuel Straface is betting that nanotechnology originally designed to repair military vehicles can be successfully used for something far different: to kill cancer tumors.

Straface is president and CEO of Triton BioSystems Inc. in Chelmsford, a 3-year-old biotechnology/medical device company hybrid. And he believes the company's system will essentially fry a tumor without significant side effects, ultimately helping to treat patients in lieu of toxic chemotherapy or radiation. …read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

 

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Nano Tsunami : 'NANO-LIGHTNING' COULD BE HARNESSED TO COOL FUTURE COMPUTERS
« Reply #24 on: March 23, 2004, 11:16:48 AM »
'NANO-LIGHTNING' COULD BE HARNESSED TO COOL FUTURE COMPUTERS

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Mechanical engineers at Purdue University are developing a new type of cooling technology for computers that uses a sort of nano-lightning to create tiny wind currents.
The researchers have shown that the underlying concept for a "micro-scale ion-driven airflow" device is sound and have recently filed for a patent.

"This is a groundbreaking idea," said Suresh Garimella, a professor of mechanical engineering at Purdue who is working on the device with Timothy Fisher, an associate professor of mechanical engineering, Daniel J. Schlitz , who recently earned a doctoral degree from Purdue, and doctoral student Vishal Singhal. Schlitz and Singhal have created Thorrn Micro Technologies Inc. to commercialize the cooling system....read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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NEW POLYELECTROLYTE INKS CREATE FINE-SCALE STRUCTURES THROUGH DIRECT WRITING

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - Like spiders spinning webs, researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign are creating complex, three-dimensional structures with micron-size features using a robotic deposition process called direct-write assembly.
As reported in the March 25 issue of the journal Nature, Jennifer Lewis and her research team have developed novel inks that readily flow through micro-capillary nozzles and then rapidly solidify to retain their shape. Patterning such fine structures could be useful in applications such as drug-delivery, micro-fluidics, photonics and tissue engineering….read the wave  www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami:Making smart drugs that deliver the right kind of punch
« Reply #26 on: March 25, 2004, 09:50:24 AM »
Making smart drugs that deliver the right kind of punch

ANN ARBOR, Mich.---It's a bitter irony of cancer therapy: treatments powerful enough to kill tumor cells also harm healthy ones, causing side effects that diminish the quality of the lives that are saved.

Researchers at the University of Michigan's Center for Biologic Nanotechnology hope to prevent that problem by developing "smart" drug delivery devices that will knock out cancer cells with lethal doses, leaving normal cells unharmed, and even reporting back on their success. A graduate student involved in the multidisciplinary project will discuss her recent work---zeroing in on characteristics that make the devices most effective---at a meeting of the American Physical Society in Montreal, Quebec, March 23. ...read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Nano Tsunami: NANOTECHNOLOGY USED TO ‘SHRINK” THE WHITE HOUSE
« Reply #27 on: March 31, 2004, 11:48:06 AM »
NANOTECHNOLOGY USED TO ‘SHRINK” THE WHITE HOUSE

NanoBusiness Alliance Co-Founder Presents Bush Administration With Cutting Edge Cornell Nanotech Project –The World’s Smallest White House

Washington DC - No, it's not a new Hollywood blockbuster: Cornell University professors have made a White House 1/100,000 the size of the original to honor President Bush's recent signing of the 21st Century Nanotechnology Research and Development Act.

Cornell University alumnus and NanoBusiness Alliance Co-Founder Josh Wolfe will present a lucite encased paperweight containing a chip with a lithograph of The White House as a gift to Dr. John H. Marburger, the Director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP), at a meeting of the President's Committee of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST), which Marburger also co-chairs...read the wave
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Nano-Hive version 1.0.0 for win32-x86 platforms is now available for download.

The following distributions are available:
· Binary Distributions - for users who just want to run the simulator and who want to interface with the simulator via already existing plugins.
· Plugin Software Developer's Kit (PSDK) Distributions - for developers who want to write plugins for, and run, the simulator.
· Full Source Distributions - for developers working on the Nano-Hive core application and libraries....read the wave www.nano-tsunami.com

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Re:Nieuws van Nano-Tsunami (Maart 2004)
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