Bullet  Journal: Nano Today

     ISSN: 1748-0132  Vol./Iss.: 1/2

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Date: May 2006

 

Education, education, education
Page 1
Cordelia Sealy
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A call for nanoscience education
Pages 6-7
R.P.H. Chang
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Nanoparticles target cancer cells in vivo: Nanoparticles
Page 9
Cordelia Sealy
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Nanoparticles turn up the heat: Nanoparticles
Page 9
Cordelia Sealy
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Technique images proteins in living cell membranes: Characterization
Page 10
Jonathan Wood
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Biomolecular machine provides alternative to PCR: Nanobiotechnology
Page 10
Jonathan Wood
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Self-assembly leaves no stain: Nanoparticles
Page 13
Cordelia Sealy
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Nanorice combines best of both worlds: Nanoparticles
Page 13
Cordelia Sealy
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Designing in blood compatibility: Carbon nanotubes
Page 13
Cordelia Sealy
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Nanofiber scaffold repairs brain tissue: Biomaterials
Page 15
Paula Gould
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Size matters to cell uptake but so does shape: Nanoparticles
Page 15
Paula Gould
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Silica key to drug delivery: Nanoparticles
Page 19
Cordelia Sealy
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Correction
Page 19
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ZnO nanoparticles damage E. coli: Toxicology
Page 19
Paula Gould
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Zooplankton suffer under nanoparticle exposure: Toxicology
Page 19
Paula Gould
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Nanotechnology on your plate: Policy
Page 20
Cordelia Sealy
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Sights set on solar cells: Funding
Page 20
Cordelia Sealy
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Taking on Moore's law: Funding
Page 20
Cordelia Sealy
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Nanotechnology: assessing the risks
Pages 22-33
Andrew D. Maynard
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Nanomaterials face control measures
Pages 34-39
Paula Gould
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Education moves to a new scale
Pages 40-43
Peter Goodhew
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Nanotechnologies for environmental cleanup
Pages 44-48
Paul G. Tratnyek and Richard L. Johnson
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Biological and Pharmaceutical Nanomaterials
Page 51
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Nano Mechanics and Materials
Page 51
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Micromanufacturing and Nanotechnology
Page 51
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Youthful appeal of nanoscience
Page 51
Mildred S. Dresselhaus
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The long-awaited textbook
Page 52
Mathias Brust
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Nanocrystals Forming Mesoscopic Structures
Page 52
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Nanotechnology: Basic Calculations for Engineers and Scientists
Page 52
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Nanomechanics of Materials and Structures
Page 52
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SPM probes are easy to handle
Page 55
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New control in nanopositioning
Page 55
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Detection in low light
Page 55
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Confocal DUO give flexibility in cell imaging
Page 55
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Raman combined with AFM
Page 55
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Improving mass spectrometry for proteomics
Page 55
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Stable table
Page 55
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Nanotechnology in public
Page 56
Anna M. Waldron
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