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Blazar emitting neutrinos and gamma rays. Photo Credit Ice Cube/NASA Neutrinos are among the most abundant particles in the universe, a billion times more abundant than the particles that make up stars, planets and

Probing the Intersection of Nanotechnology and Biology Presenter at NanoScientific Symposium at SUNY Polytechnic Nov. 19-20, 2019 Dr. Nathanial Cady, Professor of NanoBioscience, SUNY Polytechnic Institute   Prof. Cady obtained his Ph.D. in Microbiology from Cornell

DR. KEN NAKAJIMA PROFESSOR IN THE SCHOOL OF MATERIALS AND CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY,  TOKYO INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY       The Nakajima Laboratory's expertise is polymer nanomechanics, in other words, investigating nano-scale structures and properties of polymeric materials, by

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NanoScientific Symposium News Release: Call for Abstracts for the 2nd Annual NanoScientific Symposium on SPM at SUNY Poly Published: Tuesday, April 30, 2019 - 10:19 News Releases tweet share mail Abstract submission is now open for presenters

  Register Park Systems, SUNY Polytechnic and NanoScientific Publications are proud to announce the 2nd Annual NanoScientific Symposium on Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM), a venue for nanoscience researchers, scientists, and engineers to learn about the

Engineering DNA to Mimic Biology - Creating a Web to Trap Bacteria Using DNA at Georgia Tech Nature inspired this synthetic microweb that nabs bacteria and allows antibiotics to more effectively kill them. White

Figure 1. The general configuration of the nanosphere lithography and dynamic shadowing growth, and corresponding nanostructures that could be formed. Yanfeng Wang, Yanjun Yang, and Yiping Zhao Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Georgia,

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