Exciting Developments for Nanoscale Sensors and Devices. Micro and nano sized sensors that are able to sense for very specific things are the focus of much research today. Personal bio-metric devices and chemical sensing devices are seen as a fast growing consumer category.

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New Advances in Nano-Tech. I love my fit-bit and I find myself checking it everyday. It is very addictive as well are many well designed wearable electronics devices. The market for wearable computing or electronics is brand new but really the sky is the limit on what will come next.

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A Nano Sized Superconductor That Builds Itself. The ultimate goal of nanotechnology researchers may be to create a nano-material that can self assemble into the final product such as a nano-machine or superconductor. Imagine materials that can build themselves at the level of one or two atoms at a time?

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Advancements in Nanofabrication. There is no doubt that the tiny machine or nano-machine era is upon us. Researchers the world over are investigating new technologies and techniques to work in the nano world. However there are still many challenge to be overcome before we will have working nano-machines.

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Nature Nanotechnology at Work. Nacre which is also known as mother of pearl, is an organic-inorganic composite material produced by some molluscs as an inner shell layer; it also makes up the outer coating of pearls. Researchers have recently discovered that Nacre owes its existence to nano-particles.

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Building Nano-devices from the bottom up. I don’t know that we need a smaller phone in fact lately they have been getting bigger in order to accommodate them getting smarter. There are lots of examples of devices that would benefit from being smaller such as medical and bio-feedback electronics.

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Advanced Nano-Tube Research News. The search for new materials with novel properties that can help us with larger issue such as clean energy, energy storage, more efficient transportation ( just to name a few) is starting to yield some interesting results. Here is the latest nano-tube research achievements in this area.

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The Future for Nano Sized Machines and Materials. One of the challenges of designing nano machines beyond manufacturing them is powering and controlling them. New research suggests that we may be able to alter the mechanical properties of such nano machines using electric field manipulation.

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  Thousands bound together are still thinner than a single strand of human hair, but with research from Binghamton University, boron nitride nanotubes may help build better fighter planes and space shuttles. A team of scientists led by Changhong Ke, associate professor of mechanical engineering at Binghamton University’s Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and […]

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NanoTechnology Solar Panels May Change Current Installation Concerns. Commercial solar panels work best when sunlight hits them at a certain angle. Initially, experts had suggested that solar panels face south to collect the most energy from the sun. But an influential 2013 report by Pecan Street, an energy-research organization, advised that systems tilt westward to […]

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