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IBM and The Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology Develop New Antimicrobial Hydrogel to Fight Superbugs and Drug-Resistant Biofilms

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Who would think IBM the #BigData folks would get into #nanotech. From big to tiny:) Now that's disruptive! IBM always the #gamechanger.

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IBM and The Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology Develop New Antimicrobial Hydrogel to Fight Superbugs and Drug-Resistant Biofilms

IBM + IBN = bad news for bugs in films!

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Lisa Radin's curator insight, January 24, 2013 1:30 AM

Who would think IBM the #BigData folks would get into #nanotech. From big to tiny:) Now that's disruptive! IBM always the #gamechanger.

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New NanoWOW nanotechnology lesson plans for primary students all over Ireland - Nanowerk

New NanoWOW nanotechnology lesson plans for primary students all over Ireland - Nanowerk | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
New NanoWOW nanotechnology lesson plans for primary students all over Ireland
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(Nanowerk News) Ireland's new materials science research centre has announced the launch of their new NanoWOW lesson plans.
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Nanotube-based sensors can be implanted under the skin for a year

Nanotube-based sensors can be implanted under the skin for a year | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Nanotube-based sensors can be implanted under the skin for a year (RT @Nanowerk: Nanotube-based sensors can be implanted under the skin for a year http://t.co/f55ijF7jWV #nanotechnology)...
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Electronic contacts with a single molecule | News | Physics Connect

Webinar presented by Dr Christian Joachim.  (RT @PhysicsWorld: Webinar: Electronic contacts with a single molecule - 13 Nov, 3.00pm GMT http://t.co/BrLLUlKLH9)...
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Food inspires nanotechnology lithium-sulfur battery breakthroughs - Nanowerk

Food inspires nanotechnology lithium-sulfur battery breakthroughs - Nanowerk | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Food inspires nanotechnology lithium-sulfur battery breakthroughs
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Food inspires nanotechnology lithium-sulfur battery breakthroughs.
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How to Bug-In: How to Survive a Natural Disaster | The Art of ...

How to Bug-In: How to Survive a Natural Disaster | The Art of ... | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Consequently, many of us avoid going to the dentist, taking our car in for routine maintenance, implementing a home security plan, getting our yearly physicals, and many other important preventative and preparative tasks.

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Jeff Cox's curator insight, September 3, 2013 12:30 PM

The term "bug out" is becoming a household understanding for being prepared to vacate an area and survive indefinatly. What about "bug in"? You may be in a situation where staying where you are is a better plan, are you prepared for that? Read this informative article and be prepared!

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Know your Intellectual Property – or regret it later | Startups

Know your Intellectual Property – or regret it later | Startups | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Protect your business idea and avoid infringement, plus learn how to register a trademark or apply for a patent for your small business (RT @startupstowers: Got a great business idea?

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Self-Destructing Gadgets And Medical Implants Made From Silk ...

Self-Destructing Gadgets And Medical Implants Made From Silk ... | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Organization, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, USA. Researcher, John Rogers & Team. Field(s), Nanotechnology, Medical Implants, Silk, Electronics, Animal Implants, Medical Devices.

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Nanotech cooling panel cuts need for air-con | Green Futures Magazine

Nanotech cooling panel cuts need for air-con | Green Futures Magazine | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Solar cooling panel helps keep buildings cool by selectively radiating unwanted heat back into space.
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DNA nanotechnology researchers develop 'nanotrain' for targeted cancer drug ... - Nanowerk

DNA nanotechnology researchers develop 'nanotrain' for targeted cancer drug ...
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IBM Manipulates Atoms to Create the 'World's Smallest Movie'

IBM Manipulates Atoms to Create the 'World's Smallest Movie' | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
IBM created a short film as well as imagery for the Star Trek franchise by manipulating individual atoms.
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Engineering researcher creating new nanotechnology tools to study Parkinson's disease

Engineering researcher creating new nanotechnology tools to study Parkinson's disease | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Some human cells forget to empty their trash bins, and when the garbage piles up, it can lead to Parkinson's disease and other genetic and age-related disorders.

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New bone-like material is lighter than water but as strong as steel

New bone-like material is lighter than water but as strong as steel | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Materials shape human progress – think stone age or bronze age. The 21st century has been referred to as the molecular age, a time when scientists are beginning to manipulate materials at the atomic level to create new substances with astounding properties.

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Strauss Ngawaka's curator insight, March 19, 2015 5:35 PM

Lighter than water materials that are stronger than some types of steel. The set back for now would be the machinery to manufacture the material of this kind on a larger scale for such things as infrastructure, automotive and aerodynamics.  

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Desert step 4 - flexible modules with nanotechnology

Desert step 4 - flexible modules with nanotechnology | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
The power of a solar cell can be enhanced by 20 % with the help of nano-coatings, and the module power can be increased by 5 %. (RT @BlitzMailtausch: Why nanotechnology?
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How Nanotech CouldChange The Way We Play Games - Nanotechnology News

How Nanotech CouldChange The Way We Play Games - Nanotechnology News | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
How Nanotech CouldChange The Way We Play Games
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They walked through row after row of shiny packages all proclaiming the merits of the contents within.
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IBM and Institute of Bioengineering and Nanotechnology Develop Breakthrough ... - AZoNano.com

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Physics News :: Public wants labels for food nanotech—and they're ...

New research from North Carolina State University and the University of Minnesota finds that people in the United States want labels on food products that use nanotechnology – whether the nanotechnology ...
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State seeks to build nanotech center in Buffalo Niagara region - Buffalo News

State seeks to build nanotech center in Buffalo Niagara region - Buffalo News | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
State seeks to build nanotech center in Buffalo Niagara region
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The Cuomo administration is backing a major project aimed at turning the Buffalo Niagara region into a hub for nanotechnology.
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FOLED (Flexible OLED): The Shape of Things to Come for Mobile, TV, Tablet Screens?

FOLED (Flexible OLED): The Shape of Things to Come for Mobile, TV, Tablet Screens? | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it

"Since LCD and plasma technology arrived on the market, TVs have slimmed down from around 60 cm to 15 cm in width, before being further trimmed to around 3 cm with the arrival of LED backlighting systems. Now, thanks to OLED technology, screens can be built just a few millimetres thick, but Flexible OLED (FOLED) could take screen technology to the next level. As well as making displays that are even slimmer than standard OLED models, FOLED can be used to make screens more robust while also offering new design possibilities thanks to their bendy build. Seriously, you ain't seen nothing yet!"


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NanoInk folds as Ann Lurie's investment runs out

NanoInk folds as Ann Lurie's investment runs out | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
The Skokie-based nanotech company shut down after its primary backer, Ann Lurie, pulled the plug after investing $150 million over the past decade.

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Luís Bastos's curator insight, February 22, 2013 6:36 AM

“I am in awe of the potential impact nanotechnology will have on the rapid and precise diagnosis of illness and its prospective expansion to areas of treatment not yet fully explored,” she said in a statement. “I anticipated commercialization of a substantive development from (NanoInk's) platform. However, as the financial return from our investments supports my personal philanthropy, we could no longer continue to be the sole funder of the company's technology at the level required to fully achieve its commercialization.”

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Nanotechnology approach could lead to 'artificial skin' that senses touch, humidity and temperature

Nanotechnology approach could lead to 'artificial skin' that senses touch, humidity and temperature | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Using gold nanoparticles and a kind of resin, a team of scientists has discovered how to make a new kind of flexible sensor that one day could be integrated into electronic skin, or e-skin.
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Eleven EU research projects shortlisted for nanotechnology prize - Press Release - Research & Innovation - European Commission

European Commission - Press Releases (Press Centre (#EUResearchAlerts) - Eleven #EU research projects shortlisted for #Nanotechnology prize: Eleven...
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April brings showers…and a flurry of new studies on the risks of perfluorinated chemicals

April brings showers…and a flurry of new studies on the risks of perfluorinated chemicals | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
RT @EnvDefenseFund: April brings showers…and a flurry of new studies on the risks of perfluorinated chemicals http://t.co/4klT3P74H0 #TSCA
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Nanofoams for better body armor, blast protection

Nanofoams for better body armor, blast protection | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Engineers are developing nanofoams that could be used to make better body armor; prevent traumatic brain injury and blast-related lung injuries in soldiers; and protect buildings from impacts and blasts.

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Trees used to create recyclable, efficient solar cell

Trees used to create recyclable, efficient solar cell | Men in Nanotechnology | Scoop.it
Solar cells are just like leaves, capturing the sunlight and turning it into energy. It's fitting that they can now be made partially from trees.

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