Bullet  Journal: Nano Today

     ISSN: 1748-0132  Vol./Iss.: 2/1

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Date: February 2007

 

Benefits will drive acceptance
Page 1
Catherine Reinhold
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Networking skills give the UK a voice
Page 6
Hugh Clare and Jonathan Wood
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Small Talk reveals all
Page 7
Melanie Smallman
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ZnO nanowires match CNTs: Electronic properties
Page 9
Katerina Busuttil
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Gutenberg would be proud: Fabrication and assembly
Page 9
D. Jason Palmer
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SWNT conductor orchestrates functionalization: Carbon materials
Page 9
D. Jason Palmer
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Networking with odd numbers: Surface engineering
Page 10
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Coaxial nanotubes show photoconductivity: Optical properties
Page 10
Paula Gould
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Nanopipette sensor to dye for: Sensors
Page 13
Catherine Reinhold
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Bumpy molecules break light-sensitive limit: Optical properties
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Catherine Reinhold
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Cell targeting ironed out: Nanobiotechnology
Page 15
Mark E. Greene
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Carbon nanotubes linger longer in river water: Toxicology and environment
Page 15
Paula Gould
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Designer peptides show stem cells in 3D: Nanomedicine
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Mark E. Greene
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Microfluidics begins to realize its potential: Micro/nanofluidics
Page 16
Jonathan Wood
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Cells mix and match on the same surface: Micro/nanofluidics
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Jonathan Wood
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Au nanoparticles target cancer
Pages 18-29
Prashant K. Jain, Ivan H. ElSayed and Mostafa A. El-Sayed
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Generating heat with metal nanoparticles
Pages 30-38
Alexander O. Govorov and Hugh H. Richardson
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Nanostructuring expands thermal limits
Pages 40-47
Woochul Kim, Robert Wang and Arun Majumdar
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Thermometer design at the nanoscale
Pages 48-51
Jaebeom Lee and Nicholas A. Kotov
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European Union calls for cooperation
Page 53
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Campaigning scientist receives honor
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Plastic electronics set for manufacture
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Oak Ridge researcher elected AAAS fellow
Page 53
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Knighthood for UCLA chemist Fraser Stoddart
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Purdue to lead NIH nanomedicine center
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Nanodevices may hold key for detecting early-stage cancer
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Society high-flyers receive awards
Page 53
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European excellence award for Ewels
Page 53
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Bayer appoints new CEO
Page 53
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Nanoparticles count
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Easy-to-use AFMs
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Optical profiling over a wide range
Page 55
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Scanners focus quickly
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X-ray diffraction becomes fully automated
Page 55
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Latest developments in Raman software
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Automated profiler speeds up image acquisition
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A boost for safer nanotechnology
Page 56
Maria Pilar Aguar Fernandez and Angela Hullmann
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