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posted in August 2005

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Labs climb onto nanochips
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8/29/2005   Post a comment
Bioengineering-device design is drawing the electronics, scientific and medical fields into collaborative research and development projects reminiscent of the Star Trek "tricorder."
Microelectronics cascades into microfluidics
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Cascade Microtech Inc. pledges to put microfluidic-chip testing on a par with the testing of microelectronics.
Research enlists radiation to reveal hidden bombs
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M2 Technologies Inc. (Manhattan, Kan.) is teaming with Kansas State University professor William Dunn to develop a technology for detecting explosives from several meters away.
Software broadens the language of search
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8/15/2005   Post a comment
Software that enables semantic metadata and natural language queries has been released by IBM Corp. as an open-source product.
Ultrasensitive quantum lasers sniff toxins
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Less than two years after Lucent Technologies Bell Labs pioneered the quantum cascade laser and predicted more-sensitive spectroscopy, Georgia Tech researchers say they've validated the concept of single-chip spectra analysis.
MEMS spinoff joins medical, consumer drive
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8/8/2005   Post a comment
Joining a lengthening line of large companies that have spun out entities with a MEMS focus, sensor vendor Robert Bosch GmbH has formed a subsidiary to centralize its microelectromechanical systems activities.
Sub-angstrom microscope targets nanotechnology
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8/1/2005   Post a comment
FEI Co. has unveiled what it claims is the highest-resolution scanning-transmission electron microscope.
Oregon flexes nanotech muscles
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Nanotechnology breakthroughs are poised to fuel rapid economic growth in the state of Oregon and beyond, according to speakers at last week's Micro Nano Breakthrough Conference.
One-dimensional wires demo electron split
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Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science have experimentally verified a long-postulated possibility for one-dimensional quantum devices.


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