Spinning CNT based composite yarns using a dry spinning process    
Tran, Canh-Dung and Smith, Shaun M. and Higgerson, G. and Bui, Anh and Randeniya, Lakshman K. and Tran-Cong, Thanh (2010) Spinning CNT based composite yarns using a dry spinning process. In: International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (ICONN 2010), 22-26 Feb 2010, Sydney, Australia.
          Press release: New method could enable more stable and scalable quantum computing, Penn physicists report   

          Electrodeposition on silicon produces novel nanowire architectures   
Complex structures could find use in a wide range of technology applications.
          Press release: Carbodeon develops nickel-PTFE-nanodiamond coatings with improved abrasive wear properties   

          Press release: Nanostructures taste the rainbow   

          Press release: Bacteria-coated nanofibre electrodes clean pollutants in wastewater   

          Love for High-Tech   
I have been thinking of lately a lot on High-tech.

I have been in love for technology for many years now. I did try my hand at doing an engineering degree from the premier schools in India, the famed IITs, however failed to get it. Statistically it is just tough!

Anyways, I then did not want to go for a lesser engineering college (hubris or plain simple teenage wisdom stopped me). I shifted from science and maths to business and commerce in my undergrads coming out with a Bachelors of Commerce (hons). The one thing I learned was business is interesting, but you can only learn from working not from studying atleast not what I was taught and the way I was taught in my undergrad.

And now after 6 yrs of working I am doing my MBA and can genuinely say that I am learning something. Six months into the MBA program made me realize how much stuff that I need to understand and it has opened up new nodes in my brain which did not exist but the best thing which is happening to me is the connection of the various nodes. This is happening at such a rapid pace that I just cannot fathom.

Sometimes I just get up with just 4 hrs of sleep and start working on my lovely iBook G4. The love for the Mac does play a role, but there is a bigger reason. I just cannot wait to understand the world better.

As I went about this exercises I started to see what electives that I need to take. This made me think about myself. What is that I want to do? Where do I want to go?

Peter Drucker in his "The Effective Executive" suggested that the best way to contribute is to understand your strengths. The way to understand is to find patterns in what you do over years and see where you have been doing good, doing bad, you are happy, comes naturally, etc.

For me two things stood out.

  • My love for working in start-ups
  • My love for high-tech
  • The worldisgreen concept.
I worked in a MNC and then with a start-up and it just seems that I want to be in the start-up world. In fact it is clear as I do my MBA where my interests lie.

MBA for a large part deals with "managing wealth". I want to deal with "creating wealth". That is what start-ups all about.

My reading is predicated with slashdot, emergic.org, blogs on technology, the info wars, google stuff, software, etc. I have been consistently interested in the tech stuff and one thing is sure I have always been able to understand technology and related to geeks.

I think that is a skill that I find in myself and think it is a unique advantage.

The think with geeks is that they love their technology and always would love to talk about it. However, not every geek is good at markets and business. My role as I see it slowly is to fill that gap or what you can call commercializing innovations.

I have been trying to get this together and I see that the best job for me is in "business development" in high-tech stuff.

The more I started to understand this the better it seemed. Technology is changing the world. There is greater than ever need for technology to reach the masses. The only way technology can be reached is when it "the technical domain" makes value for the "social domain".

The gap is something which can be clearly filled by what can be called "business model innovation". The value of a technology is only which can be realised by the society. It is useless if the social aspect is not realized. The greatest idea in the lab is useless compared to a insignificant idea in the use of average people. That is what innovation all about. And the vehicle for that is "business model innovation".

I now see a clear way I can be part of high-tech without being a techie and still contribute as much the techies who develop a particular technology or product. In fact, a business model innovation is more like a " social innovation". Drucker has argued that innovation is in the technological, economic and social realms. And all the three types of innovation is important for making change happen.

A large part of innovation is concentrated on the "technological aspect". The social concept sometimes comes in marketing (Moore stuff) but it is far more important. The "business model" encompasses the "social and economic aspect" and hence the place where future innovation battles going to take place.

This fits in very well with my love for "green stuff". The bottom of the pyramid or rural development is one part of the green stuff for me. Green here would signify prosperity and growth. This is where I see that much change can be made. Deeshaa Ventures provided me a chance to work on that aspect.

The other Green stuff is "environmental" stuff. The ones which we are generally familiar with and associate with green. This is my job currently. I am an "Environmental Project Officer" working in the Govt. of South Australia to implement their Greening program in one of the agencies.

The unique thing is this - all of the above aspect; high-tech (IT, bio-tech, nanotech), BoP, Green technology have much in common. They all are dependent on "innovation".

Innovation in the sense of technology, economic and social. Depending on the situation one more than the other. Take the "bottom of the pyramid" ideas. It is a technological and a greatly economic innovation to make products and services available to the 4 billion people living in poverty or just above it in the world.

The same goes for "Green Technologies". The need for commercializing the Toyota Prius or the solar car, organic food. Or social innovation in terms of "stopping the use of plastic bags".

Somehow in all these I have had a chance to work in or relate to it.

My goal now is to concentrate on learning the stuff in the MBA and in the future related to "business model innovation".
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           Early stage in the silicon self-assembled growth of nanodots grown on corning glass (7059) substrate    
Sakrani, Samsudi and Wahab, Yussof and Sumpono, Imam and Lim, Qiao Jie (2007) Early stage in the silicon self-assembled growth of nanodots grown on corning glass (7059) substrate. In: The 3rd International Conference on Advanced Materials & Nanotechnology, 2007, Victoria University of Wellington.
           Carbon monoxide sensors based on thin films of ZnO:Al    
Md. Yusuf, Mohd. Nor and Wan Shamsuri, Wan Nurulhuda and Wahab, Yussof and Othaman, Zulkafli and Abdul Manap, Yazid and Ismail, Bakar (2007) Carbon monoxide sensors based on thin films of ZnO:Al. In: ISESCO International Workshop and Conference on Nanotechnology (IWCN 2007), 2007, Bangi.
           Nanotechnology in Malaysia : a new paradigm    
Hamdan, Halimaton (2007) Nanotechnology in Malaysia : a new paradigm. In: Proceedings SIMPOMIN 2007 (Mineral Symposium 2007), 4-6th September 2007, Orient Star Resort, Lumut, Perak.
           A partial coupling power of single mode fiber fusion    
Toto, Saktioto and Ali, Jalil and Abd Rahman, Rosly and Fadhali, Mohammed and Zainal, Jasman (2007) A partial coupling power of single mode fiber fusion. International workshop and conference on photonics and nanotechnology . p. 1.
          New Items For Your Health | Alternative Health | Life Enthusiast Podcast | Podcast #191   
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          Chad Mirkin named ACS fellow   
Nanotechnology pioneer one of 65 members honored for outstanding achievements in science
          Nanotech's Big Ideas: From Tumor Zappers to Space Elevators   
Scientists and engineers at Future Con described the latest discoveries in nanotechnology that are fueling research in space travel and in medicine.

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          UPDATED: Private fund establishes $15m in support for women and minority owned nanotech companies in New York   
BigIT is making another sizable investment in New York State nanotechnology – women and minority owned nanotechnology businesses will now have support from a private...
          New York gets nanotech boost   
New York will be getting a boost to its tech sector thanks to a large investment from five technology companies. Intel, IBM, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Samsung, and...
          Daily GK Update 25th & 26th June 2017, Important Current Affairs   
1. By resolution 42/112 of 7 December 1987, the General Assembly decided to observe 26 June as the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit.

2. India and Portugal have signed eleven MOUs for cooperation in areas including double taxation avoidance, science and technology, trade and investment, nanotechnology, space research, administrative reforms and culture.

3. The 54th Femina Miss India World 2017 winner is Manushi Chhillar from Haryana, while the first runner-up is Sana Dua from Jammu and Kashmir and the second runner-up is Priyanka Kumari from Bihar.

4. Bhumika Sharma, another Indian has become Miss World in bodybuilding championship.

5. Aadhaar is not a valid identification document for Indians traveling to Nepal and Bhutan, according to the Union home ministry. Indians can travel to Nepal and Bhutan- both countries for which they don't need visas - if they possess a valid national passport or election ID card issued by the Election Commission.

6. IDFC Ltd announced the elevation of its CFO Sunil Kakar as the Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the companywith effect from July 16 for three years.

7. India became the team to score the most 300-plus totals in One Day International (ODI) Cricket. India did so when they scored a total of 310 for the loss of five wickets in the second ODI against West Indies.It was the 96th time that India crossed the 300-run mark, surpassing Australia’s 95.

8. The fast-rising Ankush Dahiya (60kg) clinched a goldwhile the experienced L Devendro Singh (52kg) settled for a silver medal on the final day of the Ulaanbaatar Cup boxing tournament in Mongolia.

9. Haryana's Anish Bhanwala gave a robust start for the Indian challenge by clinching the 25-metre standard pistol gold with a world junior record in the Junior World Shooting Championship in Suhl, Germany.

10. n Badminton, ace Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth has lifted the Australian Open Superseries trophy in Sydney. In the summit clash, 11th world ranked Srikanth stunned former world number one and Rio Olympics Gold medalist Chen Long of Chinain straight games, 22-20, 21-16.

11. Venkaiah Naidu has launched the book which titled 'The Emergency - Indian Democracy’s Darkest Hour'. A book is written by Surya Prakash who is a chairman of Prasar Bharati.

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          Tiny, ‘potentially toxic’ needles found in baby formula: experts   

Professor Paul Westerhoff from Arizona State University found needle-like nano hydroxyapatite in two baby formula products sold in Australia. Photo: Kylie Pickett A world-leading team in nanotechnology at Arizona State University tested seven off-the-shelf baby formula products and found two - Nestle's NAN HA 1 Gold and Nature's Way Kids Smart 1 - contained needle-shaped hydroxyapatite nanoparticles.


          Sunday conversation with Laura Brod, CEO or RoverMed BioSciences – Minneapolis Star Tribune   
Minneapolis Star TribuneSunday conversation with Laura Brod, CEO or RoverMed BioSciencesMinneapolis Star TribuneAaron Lavinsky, Star Tribune Laura Brod, CEO, RoverMed BioSciences, oversees development of cutting-edge nanotechnology that promises to del...
          Baby formula health risk claims quashed   
Claims that nanoparticles in some infant formula products are potentially dangerous have been quashed by New Zealand's food safety regulator and slammed as "irresponsible" by a leading Kiwi nanotechnologist.Environmental group Friends...
          New Nanotech Research Uses 100 Times Less Power   
Researchers from the University of Illinois' Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, have developed a new digital memory module that uses much less power and is faster than current memory solutions. This breakthrough could lead to future smartphone and laptop devices to have a much longer battery life, as well as possibly improving telecommunications. The latest research on memory includes phase-change materials(PCM) as an alternative to the kind of memory that stores bits as a charge. Using PCM technology, each bit is stored in the resistance of the material itself and can and can be reversibly switched with short voltage pulses and localized Joule heating. Some advantages of this technology include...
          Business Game Changers Radio with Sarah Westall: Nanotechnology – Disrupting Military, Energy, Aerospace, Medicine, and More   
EpisodeNanotechnology is changing the world in ways that 20 years ago we thought were impossible. It’s transforming many industries and creating new ones. Largely because of nanotechnology, many believe the world will have more new inventions in the next 5 years than we have had over the last 100 years. The progress and innovation that we will see is likely only comparable to perhaps the wheel, the industrial age brought on by the printing press, or maybe even the Internet.   See the r ...
          Bacteria-coated nanofiber electrodes clean pollutants in wastewater – Nanotechnology News (press release)   
Bacteria-coated nanofiber electrodes clean pollutants in wastewaterNanotechnology News (press release)The researchers created electro-spun carbon nanofiber electrodes and coated them with a conductive polymer, called PEDOT, to compete with carbon cloth...
          Postdoctoral Fellow - Harvard Medical School - Cambridge, MA   
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          Stevens Institute of Technology   
Major: Biomedical Engineering Degrees: Bachelor of Science (BS)**, Master of Engineering (ME), Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) Research Areas: Physiology, Biomechanics, Biomedical Devices, Developmental/Tissue Biology, Drug Delivery, Artificial Extracellular Matrix, Tissue Development and Differentiation, Nanotechnology, Digital Image Analysis, BioRobotics, Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI), Respiratory Mechanics
          Nanotechnologie in der Gesellschaft – Der menschliche Cyborg   
Ärzte, Ökonomen, Politiker, Polizisten uvm. fiebern der Entwicklung der Nanotechnologie entgegen. Diese Technologie wird in Zukunft unser Leben "reduzieren". Das Frauenhofer Institut entwickelt seit ein paar Jahren, das BAM (Body Area Network). Es steht für eine drahtlose Übertragungstechnologie, von am oder im Körper getragenden Sensoren, über das Internet zu einem z.B. medizinischen Fachpersonal. Träger wären die Nanoroboter, die als Chips in Kleidung oder direkt in die Blutbahn eingesetzt werden können. Sie könnten Daten direkt aus unserem Körper in eine Onlinedatenbank übermitteln. Ihre Energie beziehen sie aus dem Blutzucker oder der Bewegung der Muskulatur. Die Idee des Cyborgs ist also gar nicht so fern.
          Solar Cells Getting a Makeover with Nanotechnology   
June 28, 2017 – Companies like Nanosolar, a San Jose, California-based company, Global Photonic Energy, Bloo Solar, EnSol and Solarmer Energy, along with a number of technical institutes, are in a race to produce the first thin-film nano solar cells that can be used in multiple applications, from rooftop solar to solar appliques for mobile […]
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           Complement: alive and kicking nanomedicines    
Anderson, A.J., Hashemi, S.H., Andresen, T.L., Hunter, A.C. and Moghimi, S.M. (2009) Complement: alive and kicking nanomedicines Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology, 5 (4). pp. 364-372. ISSN 1550-7033
          Introduction to biosensors.   
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Introduction to biosensors.

Essays Biochem. 2016 Jun 30;60(1):1-8

Authors: Bhalla N, Jolly P, Formisano N, Estrela P

Abstract
Biosensors are nowadays ubiquitous in biomedical diagnosis as well as a wide range of other areas such as point-of-care monitoring of treatment and disease progression, environmental monitoring, food control, drug discovery, forensics and biomedical research. A wide range of techniques can be used for the development of biosensors. Their coupling with high-affinity biomolecules allows the sensitive and selective detection of a range of analytes. We give a general introduction to biosensors and biosensing technologies, including a brief historical overview, introducing key developments in the field and illustrating the breadth of biomolecular sensing strategies and the expansion of nanotechnological approaches that are now available.

PMID: 27365030 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]


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          Postdoctoral Fellow - Harvard Medical School - Cambridge, MA   
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          Six companies will help make Utica 'second nanotech hub'   
Utica finally looks ready to become New York states second major hub of nanotechnology with the announcement of a six-company investment in the city on Thursday. Gov. Andrew Cuomo was on the campus of the State University of New Yorks Institute of Technology in Utica to announce a $1.5 billion investment. He predicted 1,000 new jobs would come to the computer chip facility under construction at the school. And the industry is just starting, Cuomo said. The six companies that will expand in Utica are SEMATECH, Advanced Nanotechnology Solutions Inc., Atotech, IBM, Lam Research and Tokyo Electron. This announcement continues to build out the high technology ecosystem thats proven to accelerate innovation, said Daniel Armbrust, president and CEO of SEMATECH. Advanced Nanotechnology Solutions said it will create a spinoff company to make 3D silicon wafers at the Utica facility. New York state has spent years and billions of dollars trying to attract and grow the nanotech industry to upstate
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          Baby formula health risk claims quashed   
Claims that nanoparticles in some infant formula products are potentially dangerous have been quashed by New Zealand's food safety regulator and slammed as "irresponsible" by a leading Kiwi nanotechnologist. Environmental group Friends...
          Advances in Alzheimer's Diagnosis and Therapy: The Implications of Nanotechnology.   

Advances in Alzheimer's Diagnosis and Therapy: The Implications of Nanotechnology.

Trends Biotechnol. 2017 Jun 27;:

Authors: Hajipour MJ, Santoso MR, Rezaee F, Aghaverdi H, Mahmoudi M, Perry G

Abstract
Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a type of dementia that causes major issues for patients' memory, thinking, and behavior. Despite efforts to advance AD diagnostic and therapeutic tools, AD remains incurable due to its complex and multifactorial nature and lack of effective diagnostics/therapeutics. Nanoparticles (NPs) have demonstrated the potential to overcome the challenges and limitations associated with traditional diagnostics/therapeutics. Nanotechnology is now offering new tools and insights to advance our understanding of AD and eventually may offer new hope to AD patients. Here, we review the key roles of nanotechnologies in the recent literature, in both diagnostic and therapeutic aspects of AD, and discuss how these achievements may improve patient prognosis and quality of life.

PMID: 28666544 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]


          Keeping the heat out with nanowires   
Researchers have analyzed metal-nitride nanowires as a potential material for optical electronics.


          Postdoctoral Fellow - Harvard Medical School - Cambridge, MA   
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          Business Game Changers Radio with Sarah Westall: Nanotechnology – Disrupting Military, Energy, Aerospace, Medicine, and More   
EpisodeNanotechnology is changing the world in ways that 20 years ago we thought were impossible. It’s transforming many industries and creating new ones. Largely because of nanotechnology, many believe the world will have more new inventions in the next 5 years than we have had over the last 100 years. The progress and innovation that we will see is likely only comparable to perhaps the wheel, the industrial age brought on by the printing press, or maybe even the Internet.   See the r ...
          NANOTECHNOLOGY   
Nano-teknologi mencakup pengembangan teknologi dalam skala nanometer, biasanya 0,1 sampai 100 nm (satu nanometer sama dengan seperseribu mikrometer atau sepersejuta milimeter). Istilah ini kadangkala diterapkan ke teknologi sangat kecil.
          TipsNano replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanotech in India?   
TipsNano replied to TINC's discussion Where to study nanotech in India?

          Nanotechnologie - Nanobots und Transhumanismus erzeugt durch Chemtrails!   

Ab Min. 4:00 trägt Marie zu Morgellons ihre Ausarbeitungen vor. Zuhörer konnten zu diesem Themenkomplex ihre Fragen stellen.
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          Krems/Graz - Rettung für altes Papier: "Bücher-Waschmaschine"!   
Grazer Chemiker und Kremser Papierkonservatoren verhindern mit Nanotechnologie den frühzeitigen Zerfall von Holzschliffpapier.
          Baby formula health risk claims quashed   
Claims that nanoparticles in some infant formula products are potentially dangerous have been quashed by New Zealand's food safety regulator and slammed as "irresponsible" by a leading Kiwi nanotechnologist. Environmental group Friends...
          Gastric Cancer Prewarning and Early Diagnosis System   

Gastric Cancer Prewarning and Early Diagnosis System

Gastric Cancer Prewarning and Early Diagnosis System By Daxiang Cui
English | PDF | 2017 | 361 Pages | ISBN : 9402409491 | 20.86 MB
The book explores recent developments in the application of nanotechnology in the early detection of gastric cancer. It discusses various aspects, such as screening for gastric cancer-associated biomarkers; establishing new ultrasensitive detection methods based on nanoparticle labeling and nanoeffects; developing a new generation of nanodevices for high-throughput examination of serum and breath biomarkers; developing multifunctional nanoprobes for targeted imaging and simultaneous therapy of gastric cancer; evaluating the biosafety of multifunctional nanoprobes; and the establishment of a pre-warning and early diagnosis system.


          Baby formula health risk claims quashed   
Claims that nanoparticles in some infant formula products are potentially dangerous have been quashed by New Zealand's food safety regulator and slammed as "irresponsible" by a leading Kiwi nanotechnologist.Environmental group Friends...
          City approves new YMCA deal in Greensboro   
GREENSBORO, N.C. – Greensboro’s city council agreed to a partnership with the Hayes-Taylor YMCA, that will allow the Y to move into a bigger building at Barber Park. “When you look at the nanotechnology center, gateway university, you have the Gateway Gardens, Barber Park and you can imagine situating a YMCA right in the middle of all that activity,” said Larry Burnett, the executive director of the Hayes-Taylor YMCA. He says the new 55,000 square foot facility they plan to […]
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          Democratic experiments: problematizing nanotechnology and democracy in Europe and the United States / Brice Laurent   
Dewey Library - T174.7.L379 2017
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          7/3/2017: NEWS: Formulas ‘safe’   
Claims that nanoparticles in some infant formula products are potentially dangerous have been rejected by New Zealand’s food safety regulator and called “irresponsible” by leading Kiwi nanotechnologist Dr Michelle Dickinson. Environmental group Friends...
          Postdoctoral Fellow - Harvard Medical School - Cambridge, MA   
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          Esencje Perfum - Magnetic Perfume   
Jesteśmy wyłącznym importerem i dystrybutorem francuskich esencji perfum marki 3G Magnetic Perfume w Polsce. Jest to produkt, który szturmem zdobył już rynek amerykański i obecnie zaczyna zdobywać rynek europejski. Magnetic Perfume to esencje nowej generacji, wyprodukowane ultranowoczesną techniką w procesie nanotechnologii. Jest to prawdziwy przełom w branży perukarskiej. Sprawdź zapachy - kliknij w link poniżej (web).
          Postdoctoral Fellow - Harvard Medical School - Cambridge, MA   
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          Smallest narrowband laser on chip brings numerous photonic applications closer   
This laser represents a breakthrough in the fast-growing field of photonics, and will bring applications like 5G internet and accurate GPS closer.


          Hands off approach to looking into silicon chips   
The possibility of looking inside silicon chips to see their tiny working parts, without damaging the chips, is a step closer thanks to an international team of scientists.


          Quantum probes dramatically improve detection of nuclear spins   
Limitations of conventional nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy overcome.


          Spreading and wicking of water droplets on nanostructured surfaces   
Scientists perform observation experiment with optical direct measurement to investigate droplet spreading and capillary wicking on nanostructured surfaces fabricated by the hydrothermal synthesis method with various nanowire array types and nanowire sizes.


          Shape memory composites for 3D-printed photoresponsive devices   
Researchers have fabricated 3D printed photoresponsive shape memory devices through combining fused deposition modeling (FDM) printing technology and photoresponsive shape memory composites based on polyurethane and carbon black.


          Physicists demonstrate topological superconductivity on palladium dibismuthides   
A research team has succeeded to reveal experimental evidence of topological superconductivity near the surface of epitaxial palladium dibismuthides films, and possible Majorana zero modes at magnetic vortices.


          Physicists observe individual atomic collisions during diffusion for the first time   
Physicists have succeeded in observing the fundamental steps of diffusion by individual atoms in a gas and have provided a theoretical description of this mechanism.


          Postdoctoral Fellow - Harvard Medical School - Cambridge, MA   
However, applicants who have expertise in chemical engineering or nanotechnology are also encouraged to apply.... $47,000 - $50,000 a year
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          Frontiers in nano-therapeutics   
This brief highlights recent research advances in the area of nano-therapeutics. Nanotechnology holds immense potential for application in a wide range of biological and engineering applications such as molecular sensors for disease diagnosis, therapeutic agents for the treatment of diseases, a vehicle for delivering therapeutics and imaging agents for theranostic applications, both in-vitro and in-vivo. The brief is grouped into the following sections namely, A) Discrete Nanosystems ; B) Anisotropic Nanoparticles; C) Nano-films/coated/layered and D) Nano-composites.
          Postdoctoral Fellow - Harvard Medical School - Cambridge, MA   
However, applicants who have expertise in chemical engineering or nanotechnology are also encouraged to apply.... $47,000 - $50,000 a year
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          Cutting-edge nanotechnology innovations that impact people's lives   
NSTF-Water Research Commission Award for sustainable water management, knowledge generation and solutions
          Nanotechnology to change the world   
Research leading to innovation, by a team or individual through a corporate organisation
          Postdoctoral Fellow - Harvard Medical School - Cambridge, MA   
However, applicants who have expertise in chemical engineering or nanotechnology are also encouraged to apply.... $47,000 - $50,000 a year
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