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Forget the camera’s or micro chip. Welcome to the ultimate NWO weapon. Smart Dust.

Forget the camera’s or microchip. Welcome to the ultimate NWO weapon. Smart Dust. Duration : 0:2:20

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Bacteria turn tiny gears

Swarms of bacteria turn two 380-micron long gears, opening the possibility of building hybrid biological machines at the microscopic scale. Read more at Wired: http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2009/12/bacterial-micro-machine/#more-15684 or Scientific American: http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=brownian-motion-bacteria Courtesy Igor Aronson. Duration : 0:0:21

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SciFinder: Nanotechnology- The Key to Solving the Worlds Energy Question

As we become a more technologically advanced society, we place an ever increasing demand on our natural resources to produce power. Scientists are utilizing the latest advancements in nanotechnology to develop alternative energy sources. SciFinder explores innovative trends, such as carbon nanotube technology, that could help create solutions for the worlds energy question. For more […]

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He who revolutionized high tech

Physicist Zhores Alferov spent almost 60 years of his life working on semiconductors which won him the Nobel Prize in 2000. Today he heads one of the most innovative labs in Russia researching nanotechnologies. Duration : 0:2:44

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NanoTumor Center – Fighting Cancer with Nanotechnology

Award-winning video featuring an overview of leading-edge cancer nanotechnology research at University of California, San Diego’s Moore Cancer Center. The NanoTumor Center is funded by NCI Alliance for Nanotechnology and the video is produced by NanoTecNexus in collaboration with Mindeliver Media. Duration : 0:3:13

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Searching for New Treatments for Pediatric Cancer – Childrens Hospital Los Angeles

Dr. Timothy Triche and his team at The Saban Research Institute at our hospital are working to find better and safer treatments for children with cancer. His team is developing nanotechnology in order to deliver targeted chemotherapy payloads directly to the cancer cells, leaving the healthy cells in tact. Duration : 0:4:0

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Dr. Jayne Wu — Lab on a Chip Scholar Spotlight

Dr. Jayne Wu, istant professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Tennessee, is developing novel technologies to test particles, including proteins, bacteria, viruses, and cells, within tiny amounts of fluid. These technologies may ultimately be used for on-the-spot detection of infectious disease or pathogens used as agents of […]

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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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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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Nanotechnology Cancer Treatment

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