Bullet Journal: Nano Today

    

    ISSN: 1748-0132  Vol./Iss.: 3/5-6

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Date: October-December 2008

 

Editorial
1. The era of nanotechnology
Page 1
Jackie Y. Ying
Comment
2. Nanotechnology to the rescue
Page 6
Michael Pitkethly
Research News
3. Single catalysts show their true colors: Nanoscopic materials
Page 8
Peter Dedecker
4. Learning mechanical principles from ancient fish: Biomaterials
Page 8
Michel Fleck
5. Nanowires in the sun: Energy
Page 8
Jon Hobden
6. Nanoparticles break on through: Synthesis and functionalization
Page 9
Andrea Taroni
7. Shape matters to cellular up take: Nanoparticles/Nanomedicine
Page 9
Cordelia Sealy
8. A new twist on gold catalysts: Catalysis
Page 10
Cordelia Sealy
9. Ultracapacitors increase performance: Electrical properties
Page 10
Andrea Taroni
10. New nanowire applications: Nanostructured Materials
Page 10
Cordelia Sealy
11. Self assembled molecular nanowires: Electronic properties
Page 11
Jon Hobden
12. Robust nanoparticles escape from silica phase: Synthesis and functionalization
Page 11
Michel Fleck
Nanotechnology
Review
13. Semiconductor nanowire devices
Pages 12-22
Oliver Hayden, Ritesh Agarwal, Wei Lu
Cover Story
14. Carbon nanotube-based neat fibers
Pages 24-34
Natnael Behabtu, Micah J. Green, Matteo Pasquali
Nanotechnology
Review
15. Spiderman gloves
Pages 35-41
Nicola M. Pugno
Updates
People & Places
16. Mathematical problems tackled
Page 42
17. Manchester economy a success
Page 42
18. Beilby medal heads to Wales
Page 42
19. Robert Boyle medal 2008
Page 42
20. Fuel cell and technology
Page 42
21. John Jeyes award 2008
Page 42
22. Kinetics reign in Leicester
Page 42
23. Joseph Chatt award
Page 42
24. Josef Loschmidet prize
Page 42
25. Organic award
Page 42
26. Peptides and proteins award for Davies
Page 42
27. Education takes front-seat
Page 42
28. Barrer award 2008
Page 42
29. Corrosion reaps rewards
Page 42
30. Solar energy industry
Page 43
31. Eppendorf-Science award
Page 43
32. Peer review veteran David Sahn
Page 43
33. Thomas Baron Award in Fluid-Particle Systems
Page 43
34. Biophysical Society
Page 43
35. $100,000 prize awarded at Fusionopolis
Page 43
36. Collegiate Inventors Competition
Page 43
37. Michael A'Hearn wins
Page 43
Tools & Techniques
38. The stage is set for Nanopositioning
Page 44
39. Get focused
Page 44
40. PROLITH for EUV lithography
Page 44
41. Ultra-narrow butterfly laser diode module
Page 44
42. Deformable mirror controller
Page 44
43. Field emission scanning electron microscope
Page 44
44. Aspherical lens caps
Page 44
45. Dichroic beamsplitter
Page 45
46. Photo-IC light sensor
Page 45
47. Six degrees of freedom in a small package
Page 45
48. Systems added to optical tweezer range
Page 45
49. Monitor-wafer defect inspection system
Page 45
50. Michelson diagnostics diversifies
Page 45
Regulars
Interview
51. Where nano is going
Pages 46-47
D. Jason Palmer
Updates
Books & Media
52. The World of Nano-Biomechanics
Page 48
Asa H. Barber
53. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology: Environmental and Health Impacts
Page 48
54. Egg Bioscience and Biotechnology
Page 48
55. Nanoparticles Synthesis, Stabillization, passivation and Functionalization
Page 48

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