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Paul K Chu Master Series Lecture Beijing University of Technology Oct 17, 2008 Part 3 (in English)

Paul K Chu Master Series Lecture Beijing University of Technology Oct 17, 2008 Part 3 (in English and scattered Chinese Putonghua) Duration : 0:9:0

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Paul K Chu Master Series Lecture Beijing University of Technology Oct 17, 2008 Part 2 (in English)

Paul K Chu Master Series Lecture Beijing University of Technology Oct 17, 2008 Part 2 (in English and scattered Chinese Putonghua) Duration : 0:9:0

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Paul K Chu Master Series Lecture Beijing University of Technology Oct 17, 2008 Part 1 (in English)

Paul K Chu Master Series Lecture Beijing University of Technology Oct 17, 2008 Part 1 (in English and scattered Chinese Putonghua) Duration : 0:9:0

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Carbon atoms moving at the edge of a hole in graphene

From the paper Science 27 March 2009: Vol. 323. no. 5922, pp. 1705 – 1708 DOI: 10.1126/science.1166999, "Graphene at the Edge: Stability and Dynamics," Çağlar Ö. Girit, Jannik C. Meyer, Rolf Erni, Marta D. Rossell, C. Kisielowski, Li Yang, Cheol-Hwan Park, MF Crommie, Marvin L. Cohen, Steven G. Louie, A. Zettl The movie shows a […]

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DNA embly Line for Nano-Construction

Building on the idea of using DNA to link up nanoparticles scientists at Brookhaven National Lab have designed a molecular embly line for high-precision nano-construction. Nanofabrication is essential for exploiting the unique properties of nanoparticles in applications such as biological sensors and devices for converting sunlight to electricity. … Duration : 0:2:26

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Nanotechnology for businesses during NANOTEC2008

Broadcast on the event “Nanotechnology for businesses” organised by Veneto Innovazione in the framework of NANOTEC2008. Venice, Italy Friday, 14 March 2008 • Technology Workshop Nanotechnology for the market Technology Transfer is often a way to introduce innovative technologies in the market and to bridge the gaps between research centres and the business community. Well […]

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Ubiquitous Computing RFID System pt.1/2

A computer controlled environment, an “Everyware” world, as Adam Greenfield calls it, is a world in which computers are embedded and merged seamlessly everywhere in the environment. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags communicate their position and other information constantly in a vast network. Everyday objects become “searchable” as if they were part of the interconnected […]

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Ubiquitous Computing RFID System pt.2/2

A computer controlled environment, an “Everyware” world, as Adam Greenfield calls it, is a world in which computers are embedded and merged seamlessly everywhere in the environment. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) tags communicate their position and other information constantly in a vast network. Everyday objects become “searchable” as if they were part of the interconnected […]

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Magnetic pipeline hypothesis: chemtrails explained

What is chemtrail ? This short clip provides an honest interpretation for the widespread activity of chemtrails in the skies worldwide. At best, weather manipulation is being performed by colluding world governments, most probably as a power device to manipulate world climate. This provides mass power to world rulers as climate can be used to […]

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On using nanotechnology to improve cancer treatment: Shuming Nie, Biomedical Engineering

Dr. Shuming Nie is the Wallace H. Coulter Distinguished Chair Professor in Biomedical Engineering at Emory University and the Georgia Institute of Technology, with joint appointments in chemistry, materials science and engineering, and hematology and oncology. Duration : 0:2:56