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The Investigators II – Prog 6 – Nanotechnology (Part 1)

Welcome to the nano world! Prof. Mike Coey (Crann Institute) is at the forefront of a new IT revolution while Prof. Ken Dawson (UCD), and Dr. Suresh Pillai (CREST DIT) are using nanotechnology to open a new frontier for the possible prevention and treatment of a range of diseases. Duration : 0:10:7

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The Investigators II – Prog 6 – Nanotechnology (Part 3)

Welcome to the nano world! Prof. Mike Coey (Crann Institute) is at the forefront of a new IT revolution while Prof. Ken Dawson (UCD), and Dr. Suresh Pillai (CREST DIT) are using nanotechnology to open a new frontier for the possible prevention and treatment of a range of diseases. Duration : 0:8:49

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The Investigators II – Prog 6 – Nanotechnology (Part 2)

Welcome to the nano world! Prof. Mike Coey (Crann Institute) is at the forefront of a new IT revolution while Prof. Ken Dawson (UCD), and Dr. Suresh Pillai (CREST DIT) are using nanotechnology to open a new frontier for the possible prevention and treatment of a range of diseases. Duration : 0:5:26

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IBM NANOTECHNOLOGY VERY COOL! Moving Individual Atoms with Tuning Forks for Memory Storage

IBM NANOTECHNOLOGY VERY COOL! Moving Individual Atoms with Tuning Forks for Memory Storage Duration : 0:1:28

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IBM Moves Closer to New Class of Memory

MADE IN IBM LABS: Computer memory that combines the high performance and reliability of flash with the low cost and high capacity of the hard disk drive could be closer than you think, thanks to a team of IBM scientists. In two papers published recently in the journal Science, IBM Fellow Stuart Parkin and colleagues […]

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A Nanotech Story: interview with Luisa Bozano, PhD (Trailer)

A Nanotech Story – Trailer Dr. Luisa D. Bozano has been a research scientist at IBM’s Almaden Research Center (San Jose, California) since 2000. In her research, she is discovering and developing methods for making self- embling molecular electronics, such as memories, aimed at being significantly cheaper than today’s silicon-Based devices. For more information go […]