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Propulsion of Nanowire Diodes.avi

This video relates to a research article written by Percy Calvo-Marzal et al. The article is titled “Propulsion of nanowire diodes” it was published in ChemComm. Read the article at: http://xlink.rsc.org/?DOI=B925568K Duration : 0:0:3

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Nanotech Skis

A group of UNR mechanical engineering students apply nanotechnology concepts to experimental ski prototypes. Brandon Rittiman, Jay Nobles, KTVN Channel 2 News, Reno Aired: 12/03/09 Duration : 0:2:33

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Nanotechnology and Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer

Nanotechnology and Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer Duration : 0:2:26

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Swiss Microrobot Playing “Pac Man” I

A gold/nickel microrobot of 300x300x70 micrometer (10^-6 m) dashing through a maze of photoresist walls. The robot is controlled by visual servoing, ie the user clicks a spot and the computer steers it there. The robot and required system was built by a team of researches at ETH Zurich (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) and […]

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inchworm walk of CLCP laminated films

Supplementary infornmation from the Journal of Materials Chemistry article on Photomobile polymer materials. http://www.rsc.org/publishing/journals/JM/article.asp?doi=B815289F Duration : 0:1:3

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New Carbon Composite of Nanotubes and Graphene

FUJITSU LABORATORIES New Carbon Composite of Nanotubes and Graphene Related Links : – http://jp.fujitsu.com/group/labs/ – http://pr.fujitsu.com/jp/news/2008/03/3.html – http://www.fujitsu.com/global/news/pr/archives/month/2008/20080303-01.html – http://www.nanotechexpo.jp/index.html (nano tech 2009) Duration : 0:2:30

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Micro machines – CNN Science & Technology Week, Sept. 20, 1992

Micro machines segment on CNN's Science & Technology Week, recorded September 20, 1992 OF COURSE, the Department of Defense sees applications. … Duration : 0:3:26

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MEMS Jet

Microelectromechanical systems jet propulsion new method of lift. Duration : 0:3:11

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Okayama University’s Artificial Muscle

DigInfo: http://movie.diginfo.tv – With the increasing elderly population who need physical istance moving around, Okayama University is working on a Mckibben Artificial Muscle system that uses air pressure to help the elderly and disabled move. The system consists of a thin mesh over a rubber tube that expands and contracts like real muscles as air […]

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Nanotechnology Commercial

A short video briefly expressing that nanotechnology affects us now and that it will continue to do so in to the future. Duration : 0:1:34