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IED Nanotech Research | University of Missouri

The Gangopadhyay team’s invention of a nanotechnology process for creating shock waves that can be integrated with microchip technology has broad potential defense, commercial and medical applications. Duration : 0:2:57

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Nanotechnology Takes Off

What’s 100,000 times thinner than a strand of hair? A nanometer. Discover the nanotech boom in Berkeley, where researchers are working to unlock the potential of nanoscience to battle global warming and disease. Duration : 0:0:38

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Nanotube – nanotube interaction

Two (3,3) carbon nanotubes manipulated in real-time. Simulated within Biodesigner/Nanomorph environment using GAFF force field. Duration : 0:0:55

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C60 Fullerene and Carbon Nanotube Interaction

Animation of a C60 fullerene molecule pulled through a short fragment of (10,5) carbon nanotube. Simulated in real-time within Biodesigner/Nanomorph environment using GAFF force field. Duration : 0:1:15

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Carbon nanotube real-time deformation

Real-time deformation of (3,3) carbon nanotube. Simulation performed within Biodesigner/Nanomorph environment using GAFF force field. Duration : 0:0:57

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Gel Electrophoresis and Blotting 2

James giving a talk at Hunter; sorry for the poor quaility bc iSight was not behaving as usual. Duration : 0:10:0

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Gel Electrophoresis and Blotting 1

James giving a talk at Hunter College; sorry for the poor quaility bc iSight was not behaving as usual. Duration : 0:8:3

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Drexler Nanosystems Rotary Design Animation

This is an animation based on a schematic design by K. Eric Drexler in his book ‘Nanosystems: Molecular Machinery, Manufacturing, and Computation’. This nanometer scale rotary built to atomic precision, will purify specific molecules by transferring only the correct molecule from the left to the right chamber. Duration : 0:0:41

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Electrokinetic Instability in a Cross Shaped Microchannel

Instability of flow in a microfluidic channel at low Reynolds number due to an applied electric field and a conductivity gradient. See http://www.microfluidics.com for more. Duration : 0:3:11