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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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5.0 um Bead Packing u-BBIA Chip

Microfluidic bead packing Duration : 0:0:13

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dispensing subtitled

Digital microfluidic device manufactured at the Emerging Communications Technology Institute (ECTI), University of Toronto, by Prof. Aaron Wheeler’s research group. The device dispenses 70-nanolitre droplets from reservoirs and then moves, merges, and mixes them by applying a sequence of voltages to an array of electrodes. Duration : 0:0:5

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Molecules for the Media: Nanotechnology SPANISH VERSION

Scientists and engineers are collaborating across disciplines to develop and network miniaturized intelligent nanosensors that can rapidly and remotely detect change in their surroundings. These sensors have a wide range of potential applications: environmental, medical, military and transportation. This workshop will focus on revealing the chemistry and physics behind the creation and application of these […]

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Nanotechnology for Alternative Energy Sources

An introduction to the study of alternative energy sources. Researches use ground-breaking atomic imaging techniques to view hydrogen atoms moving on a specialized surface. Duration : 0:5:4

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Small nanotechnology has big impact – part 2

Researchers at Warwick University explain how the small scale world of nanotechnology is having a big impact on our everyday world, part two – cement and nano, amongst other things. Duration : 0:9:42

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Green Nanotechnology

Some are calling it a revolution in manufacturing technology. But, will nanotechnology be a “green” industry? It’s a question that some scientists are saying needs to be answered now, before nano-tech goes big-time. This ScienCentral News video has more. Duration : 0:1:51

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Small nanotechnology makes big impact

Researchers at Warwick University explain how the small scale world of nanotechnology is having a big impact on our everyday world, part one – chemistry and nano. Duration : 0:6:11

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Toward the World’s Smallest Radio

Toward the World’s Smallest Radio A graduate student of the University of California-Irvine demonstrates world’s first working version of a carbon nanotube radio system. A report on this amazing device appeared in Nano Letters, one of the American Chemical Society’s 36 peer-revewed scientific journals. This video was among supporting materials for the research paper. Peter […]

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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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