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Scanner made from semiconducting nanoparticles coatings
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9/26/2003   Post a comment
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co. unveiled its nanoparticle-enabled biomedical optical scanner this week at the Society for Biomolecular Screening annual meeting here. The scanner was developed as part of a joint venture with Quantum Dot Corp. (Hayward, Calif.).
Sharp Labs casting wide research net
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9/24/2003   Post a comment
Researchers at Sharp Laboratories of America want to transform the television into an all-purpose appliance that would handle applications ranging from on-demand video to e-mail services.
Iron nanoparticles make single sweep of toxic waste
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9/23/2003   Post a comment
A "universal elixir" brewed from nanoscale technologies is being promoted as a fast, cost-effective way to clean up hazardous waste.
The glitch may be in makeup of organic polymer molecules
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9/23/2003   Post a comment
Organic materials consist of long chains of protein molecules repeatedly linked with smaller carbon-based molecules (hence the term "organic").
Organic polymers to precede nano semi
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9/23/2003   Post a comment
With the advent of organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs), organic semiconductors have thrown down the gauntlet as alternatives to silicon in some applications.
The blind shall see, the deaf shall hear
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9/23/2003   Post a comment
Enabling the blind to see and the deaf to hear was once a biblical tale of divine intervention, but today silicon chips are enabling such miracles.
Darpa deal funds optical interconnect research
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9/22/2003   Post a comment
IBM Corp. will team with Agilent Technologies Inc. to pursue "terabit per second optical interconnect" technology for multiprocessing servers, under a four-year, $30 million contract with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa).
Iron nanoparticles make single sweep of toxic waste
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9/22/2003   Post a comment
A "universal elixir" brewed from nanoscale technologies is being promoted as a fast, cost-effective way to clean up hazardous waste.
World's strongest magnetic field is demonstrated
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9/16/2003   Post a comment
Researchers at Florida State University's National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee achieved the holy grail of magnetism recently when their high-temperature superconductor attained the coveted 25-Tesla field strength record.
World's strongest magnetic field is demonstrated
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9/15/2003   Post a comment
Researchers at Florida State University's National High Magnetic Field Laboratory in Tallahassee achieved the holy grail of magnetism recently when their high-temperature superconductor attained the coveted 25-Tesla field strength record.
Modeling tools aid in immersion lithography quest
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9/9/2003   Post a comment
A German company is fielding modeling tools that can help chip makers assess the promise of immersion lithography. Putting a layer of water between a wafer and the stepper lens could extend current 193-nanometer lithographic exposure tools down to the 45-nm chip-manufacturing node and below, experts believe.
Nanocrystal research unraveling nature's secrets
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9/9/2003   Post a comment
In nature, incredibly complex nanostructures pervade every bulk material, from macroscopic sea shells to microscopic diatoms. But reproducing such atomic accuracy in man-made materials has required costly high-temperature, high-vacuum manufacturing-and the synthetic structures are simpletons compared with nature's creations.
Modeling tools aid in immersion lithography quest
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9/8/2003   Post a comment
A German company is fielding modeling tools that can help chip makers assess the promise of immersion lithography.
Nanocrystal research unraveling nature's secrets
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9/8/2003   Post a comment
In nature, incredibly complex nanostructures pervade every bulk material, from macroscopic sea shells to microscopic diatoms. But reproducing such atomic accuracy in man-made materials has required costly high-temperature, high-vacuum manufacturing-and the synthetic structures are simpletons compared with nature's creations.


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