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Nanotechnology Cancer Treatment

Nanotechnology research holds promise for cancer treatment as an alternative to chemotherapy. Duration : 0:3:59

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What is Nanomedicine?

A brief intro to the NISE Network’s Nanomedicine Exhibit. To learn more about the exhibit, check out nisenet.org/catalog. Duration : 0:2:42

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Light-emitting nanotube efficiency boosted

Researchers gained a 40-fold boost in efficiency for light-emitting nanotubes (LENs) making them commercially viable–check out the full story at NextGenLog Duration : 0:1:25

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Square section nanotubes have the smallest possible diameter

From Paper: “Observation of the Smallest nanotube with metal square-cross-section” MJ Lagos, F. Sato, J. Bettini, V. Rodrigues, DS Galvão, D. Ugarte Nature Nanotechnology. The study, coordinated by Professor Daniel Ugarte and Professor Douglas Galvão, identified how silver nanowires deform and finally break. During that process, it was observed the spontaneous formation of structures that […]

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George M. Whitesides, Chemistry, Franklin Awards 2009 Honoree

George M. Whitesides, Ph.D, Harvard Univ., will receive the 2009 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Chemistry for revolutionizing nanotechnology and, specifically, for his pioneering chemical research in the field of molecular self-assembly. George Whitesides created a whole new field of study and technology when he used the fundamental laws of chemistry to let molecules essentially build […]

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Nanostart holding Magforce fights cancer with nano particles – animation

This video describes how the Nanostart holding MagForce Nanotechnologies AG fights cancer with nanoparticles. For more information, please visit www.nanostart.de. or in English: http://www.nanostart.de/en/index.html Duration : 0:2:20

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mPHASE nanobattery

The new, smart battery. Duration : 0:2:16

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Nanotechnology Full

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45nm — Biggest Change to Transistor in 40 Years

See the R&D and manufacturing of major innovations to the ever shrinking transistor, the little engine extending Moore’s Law. This video goes inside Intel where teams of scientists and engineers meticulously found a way to make the next generation of transistors smaller and more efficient by adding new materials to silicon. These are the tiny […]

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Fab 32 – Intel’s first high-volume 45nm chip factory

Fab 32 is Intel’s latest environmentally-friendly factory that will manufacture tens of millions of the most energy-efficient processors the company has ever made. These processors are based on Intel’s groundbreaking transistors with Hafnium-based high-k metal gate silicon technology, the biggest change to how transistors are made in 40 years. The building, a $3 billion investment, […]