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Best Solar Homes: German Team Wins Solar Decathlon

In Uncategorized on October 21, 2007 at 3:00 am

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The World Nanotechnology Market (2006)

In nano on October 21, 2007 at 2:55 am

The World Nanotechnology Market (2006)
(Nanowerk News) With nanotechnology industry advancing rapidly RNCOS released a report titled “The World Nanotechnology Market (2006)”, provides an updated and detailed overview of the Nanotechnology market worldwide. The report provides an updated and detailed overview of the Nanotechnology market worldwide. It examines the emerging trends in the industry and provides exclusive forecasts- product wise and application wise. It includes the snapshots of different players in the industry, R&D spending in various countries and studies the patents in this technology.
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Challenges Of Risk-Based Nanotech Research

In nano on October 21, 2007 at 2:51 am

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Setting Priorities For Nanotech

In nano on October 21, 2007 at 2:51 am

The state of environmental, health, and safety research of engineered nanoparticles gets a critical exam
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New Finding Opens Path for Designing Novel Complex Oxide Nanomaterials

In nano on October 21, 2007 at 2:46 am

A University of Arkansas researcher and his colleagues have found a novel way to “look” at atomic orbitals, and have directly shown for the first time that they change substantially when interacting at the interface of a ferromagnet and a high-temperature superconductor.
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Toward world’s smallest radio: nano-sized detector turns radio waves into music

In nano on October 21, 2007 at 2:45 am

Researchers in California today report development of the world’s first working radio system that receives radio waves wirelessly and converts them to sound signals through a nano-sized detector made of carbon nanotubes.
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Nanowire generates its own electricity

In nano on October 21, 2007 at 2:43 am

Harvard chemists have built a new wire out of photosensitive materials that is hundreds of times smaller than a human hair. The wire not only carries electricity to be used in vanishingly small circuits, but generates power as well.
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