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Nanotechnology has been used to improve the delivery of an existing antimalarial drug via a novel injectable format that can maintain blood concentration of the drug for weeks or months following a single dose.
by University of Liverpool
1.22.2018
12:15pm
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Researchers can now produce porous structures in monocrystalline silicon carbide. This opens up new possibilities for the realization of micro-and nanomachined sensors and electronic components, but also for integrated optical mirror elements to filter...
by Technische Universität Wien
1.22.2018
11:15am
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One of the big challenges in computer architecture is integrating storage, memory, and processing in one unit. This would make computers faster and more energy efficient.
by University of Groningen
1.22.2018
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Holography, LIDAR on the cheap.
by University of Michigan
1.22.2018
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No. 849 is a 500 F electrically-heated, Class 100 cleanroom oven from Grieve, currently used for drying various glass and stainless steel parts at a customer’s facility.
1.22.2018
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An ultra-thin memory storage device paves the way for more powerful computing.
by UT Austin
1.19.2018
12:04pm
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Researchers have resolved one of the great unknowns in bone remodeling: how the cells responsible for forming new bone tissue are called into action.
by ICN2: Catalan Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
1.19.2018
11:46am
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A new study uncovers mysteries of “fluid-like” heat flow in solid semiconductor at nanoscale; the findings are important for the design of new devices.
by Emil Venere, Purdue University
1.19.2018
11:12am
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A breakthrough technique uses DNA, gold nanoparticles, and top-down lithography to fabricate optically active structures. The technique could lead to new classes of materials that can bend light, such as for those used in cloaking devices.
by Megan Fellman, Northwestern University
1.19.2018
11:03am
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Ladder safety is a perennial resident on OSHA’s top 10 most-cited safety violations list.
by Chris Filardi, Werner Co.
1.18.2018
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There are several types of ventilation system setups commonly used in cleanrooms — each of which are put in place to remove contaminants from the environment and help meet and maintain cleanroom standards.
by Kanomax
1.18.2018
3:56pm
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What to expect from the FDA’s Updated Guidance on Use of Electronic Records & Electronic Signatures in Clinical Investigations under Part 11.
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1.18.2018
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Even when safeguards are taken, contamination in a cleanroom still occurs.
by Robert Kravitz
1.18.2018
3:11pm
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The laboratory ventilation system makes up the majority of electricity demand.
by Markus Schaufele, MS, CSP, Northwestern University
1.18.2018
2:51pm
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Cleanroom design elements are impacted by cleanroom classifications.
by Charles Lipeles, MECART
1.18.2018
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Welcome to Controlled Environments’ first issue of 2018! We look forward to bringing you more original, exclusive, and exciting content related to cleanrooms and contamination control this year.
1.18.2018
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Columbia University recently completed the renovation and expansion of its existing clean micro and nano fabrication and characterization research laboratories.
by Controlled Environments staff
1.18.2018
11:36am
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Carbon-based nanocomposite with embedded metal ions yields impressive performance as catalyst for electrolysis of water to generate hydrogen.
by Tim Stephens, UC Santa Cruz
1.18.2018
11:15am
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A smart insulin patch, once translated for humans, could eliminate the need for constant blood testing and help diabetics maintain a more consistent level of blood glucose.
by Natalie Hampton, North Carolina State University
1.18.2018
11:05am
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A major step has been taken towards linking electrical and magnetic material properties, which is crucial for possible applications in electronics.
by Technische Universität Wien
1.18.2018
10:32am
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Crumpling reduces rigidity in an otherwise stiff material, making it less prone to catastrophic failure.
by U.S. Department of Energy, Office of Science
1.18.2018
10:26am
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Electronic devices are getting smaller and smaller. Early computers filled entire rooms. Today you can hold one in the palm of your hand. Now the field of molecular electronics is taking miniaturization to the next level. Researchers are creating...
by Sophie Protheroe, Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University
1.18.2018
10:15am
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Scientists have developed nanowrinkled coatings that could avoid the build-up of damaging biological material, possibly saving billions of dollars in shipping and aquaculture.
by University of Sydney
1.17.2018
12:21pm
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Ultra-thin optical fibers offer a new way to 3D print microstructures.
by The Optical Society
1.17.2018
11:30am
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“Trion” may sound like the name of one of the theoretical particles blamed for mucking up operations aboard the Starship Enterprise. But believe it or not, trions are real — and they may soon play a key role in electronic devices.
by Kara Manke, Duke University
1.17.2018
10:57am
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Discovery boosts stability of organic thin-film transistors.
by John Toon, Georgia Tech
1.17.2018
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An international science team has developed an innovative therapeutic complex based on multi-layer polymer nano-structures of superoxide dismutase. The new substance can be used to effectively rehabilitate patients after acute spinal injuries, strokes,...
by National University of Science and Technology MISiS
1.17.2018
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Qosina has added 12 new stopcocks to its existing selection of bulk, non-sterile components. These devices are REACH and RoHS compliant, and feature low profiles, low pressure ratings and unique configurations that include build-in styles.
1.16.2018
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A powerful solution to the global spread of antimicrobial resistance could soon become available, thanks to researchers who have come up with a physical and green alternative to biochemically active antibacterial agents.
by A*STAR
1.16.2018
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In a feat of nanoengineering, scientists have developed a new technique to map electrical circuits in the brain far more comprehensively than ever before.
by The Francis Crick Institute
1.16.2018
11:10am
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Short nanotube samples, made by hand, dramatically cut production time.
by Mike Williams, Rice University
1.16.2018
10:45am
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The efficiency of solar panels is hampered by a Goldilocks problem: photons need to have just the right amount of energy to be converted into free electrons, which contribute to the voltage.
by University of Groningen
1.16.2018
10:08am
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From flagship to spaceship: two experiments pushing the frontier of graphene’s potential.
by CORDIS
1.16.2018
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This work suggests a way to realize novel quantum behavior that was previously predicted but has so far remained inaccessible in experiments.
by Nina Beier, Joint Quantum Institute
1.15.2018
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The new approach uses lateral flow technology, similar to that of a pregnancy test, coupled with smartphones to provide a promising alternative to lab-based testing.
by University College London
1.15.2018
10:33am
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Wavy transistors that vertically gain width without increasing their on-chip footprint could drive future flexible displays.
by King Abdullah University of Science and Technology
1.15.2018
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Fast-moving electrons create current in organic solar cells.
by Kayla Zacharias, Purdue University
1.15.2018
9:45am
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The deadline to apply to speak at the 2018 Laboratory Design Conference, organized by sister publications of Controlled Environments, is TODAY ... submit your entry before it's too late!
1.15.2018
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New 2-dimensional nanomaterials have the potential to improve efficiencies, reduce costs and provide enhanced performance in a broad range of applications including; better design of nanomaterials for batteries or understanding the degradation of battery...
by University of Manchester
1.15.2018
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Researchers have developed the world's first complementary electrochemical logic circuits that can function stably for long periods in water.
by Monica Westman Svenselius, Linköping University
1.12.2018
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