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Wireless Flight Control of Cyborg Beetles

Wireless Flight Control of Cyborg Beetles Michel Maharbiz [Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, UC Berkeley] Abstract: If it were possible to remotely control the flight of insects, and receive information from on-board sensors, there would be many applications. In biology, the ability to control insect flight would be useful for studies of […]

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What does the “nano” in nanotechnology mean? Talking Nano Disc 1

Museum of Science, Boston educator Tim Miller introduces the prefix “nano-” to begin his Brief Intro to Nanotechnology. From the “Talking Nano” 6-DVD set. talkingnano.net Duration : 0:1:23

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Nanotechnology’s Role in Fighting Cancer

One of the predominant features of nano-materials is an extremely high surface area. Emerging Science joins Chris Landry, professor of chemistry at the University of Vermont, as he describes how nanotechnology applications are improving the efficacy of cancer drugs by delivering more medicine to patients. Duration : 0:2:29

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What is NIST?

For more than a century, the Commerce Department’s National Institute of Standards and Technology has partnered with industry, academia, and government to build an advanced science and technology infrastructure — the foundation needed to ensure continuing innovation, industrial competitiveness, and the highest quality of life for all Americans. Click “PLAY” to watch a short video […]

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DNA Lab on a Chip

Researchers at Duke University foresee devices no bigger than a wristwatch replacing the table-top sized machinery now used for monitoring enzymes in the bloodstream or measuring harmful chemicals in the environment. Learn more at http://research.duke.edu/microfluidic/. Duration : 0:1:16

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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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Scanning Probe Microscope

The ultimate tool for studying supace morphology…. Duration : 0:0:23

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SPM as a surface analyser

We need a tool for studying the behaviour of the sample material in nano level. The problem is the size of the tool is less than the size of the sample….SPM fulfil this scenario. Duration : 0:0:58