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Butler – Gateway feature

Drs. Zeynap Celik-Butler and Donald P. Butler discuss their Nanotechnology research at UT Arlington. Duration : 0:1:50

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Yitshak Zohar: Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems

Yitshak Zohar, PhD, professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering. Professor Zohar’s research exploits the design of Micro Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), employing micro-fluidic principles, for solving problems ranging from state transitions in protein structures to the isolation of cancerous cells. March 27, 2007, Technology Innovation Awarad Duration : 0:5:47

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Nanotech Today: Making “Sense” of DNA – Prof. Franz Geiger

On Nanotech Today (http://nanotech-today.tv) brought to you by InTimeTV (http://www.intimetv.com) Dr. Ogan Gurel interviews Prof. Franz Geiger ( ociate Professor and Dow Chemical Company Professor at Northwestern University) discusses “Making Sense of DNA” and in particular utilizing nanoscale techniques to produce specific organic (DNA) adlayers with highly tunable spectroscopic characteristics and definable biological properties. This […]

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Iron Biologist Part 1

A takeoff of the Iron Chef television series in a molecular biology lab. Instead of interesting foods, the contestants use the ingredients and tools of molecular biology to identify genetic diversity in a freshwater snail population. Duration : 0:8:34

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Iron Biologist Part 2

A takeoff of the Iron Chef television series in a molecular biology lab. Instead of interesting foods, the contestants use the ingredients and tools of molecular biology to identify genetic diversity in a freshwater snail population. Duration : 0:3:22

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Preparing DNA for Agarose Gel Electrophoresis

Ok ummm…UWI genetics seminar for students doing Unit 1 Cape Bio…we were preparing DNA that we had extracted and cut with restricttion enzymes…for agarose gel electrophoresis Duration : 0:2:13

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Research Symposium: Mork Department – 2006 – Video 2

Mork Family Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science Second Annual graduate student research symposium October 20, 2006 – Carbon Nanotube Reinforced Polymer Nanocomposites: Engineering the Interface at the Nano-Domain by Wei Chen, Maria L. Auad, Roberto J.J. Williams and Steve Nutt Duration : 0:19:7

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Nanotube Radio Device Plays Tunes

Researchers are closer to a true nano-sized mp3 player with their construction of a carbon nanotube radio wave detector. Jorge Ribas listens in. Duration : 0:2:27

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UALR Nanotechnology Roundtable Discussion

U.S. Sen. Mark Pryor and Undersecretary Robert Cresanti of the U.S. Department of Commerce joined Dean Mary Good of UALR’s Donaghey engineering and information technology school and other industry, university, and government leaders Aug. 7 to discuss ways to speed up the process of bringing nanotechnology discoveries out of the laboratory and into the economy. […]

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Fluorescent glow of carbon nanotubes in live fruit fly

Rice University scientists have captured the first optical images of carbon nanotubes inside a living organism. The research appears in the September 2007 issue of Nano Letters. The researchers fed carbon nanotubes to newly hatched fruit flies. Using a laser, they excited a fluorescent glow from the nanotubes and took pictures of the near-infrared glow […]