Super Integrated Circuit Chip Semiconductor Device – Investment Call

Investment opportunity in nano-Super Integrated Circuit Chip http://www.superintegratedcircuitchip.com/ New durable integrated circuit chips that provides reliability in extremely high temperatures Provides the ability for a more stable and prolonged operation of electronic devices and circuits, which can exceed 10,000 hours of continuous operation at or above 700 degrees C due to the high-temperature stability of …

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LIFNanoRx Limited – Investment Call (NanoBioMedicine)

Uk based biotechnology company targeting neurodegeneration and autoimmune diseases. This is a platform NanoBioMedicine that will be used for the healing of degenerative brain and autoimmune diseases such as Multiple Sclerosis (MS). The platform will be adapted to treat other diseases creating multiple distinct income streams. This is considered by the European Nanomedicine Translational Advisory Board as …

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Chemists synthesize narrow ribbons of graphene using only light and heat

Silicon—the shiny, brittle metal commonly used to make semiconductors—is an essential ingredient of modern-day electronics. But as electronic devices have become smaller and smaller, creating tiny silicon components that fit inside them has become more challenging and more expensive. Now, UCLA chemists have developed a new method to produce nanoribbons of graphene, next-generation structures that …

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Strongly anisotropic spin relaxation observed in graphene

Researchers of the ICN2 Physics and Engineering of Nanodevices Group, led by ICREA Prof. Sergio O. Valenzuela, have unambiguously demonstrated the anisotropic nature of spin relaxation in graphene when interfaced with transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDC). The paper, titled “Strongly anisotropic spin relaxation in graphene–transition metal dichalcogenide heterostructures at room temperature,” was published this week in …

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Umbrella-shaped diamond nanostructures make efficient photon collectors

Standard umbrellas come out when the sky turns dark, but in the nanoworld, umbrella shapes may be the next creative way to enhance light emission. Inspired by recent work to enhance the luminescence from diamond nanopillar structures, a team of researchers in Japan has discovered that “umbrella-shaped” diamond nanostructures with metal mirrors on the bottom …

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Graphene is strong, but is it tough?

Graphene, a material consisting of a single layer of carbon atoms, has been touted as the strongest material known to exist, 200 times stronger than steel, lighter than paper, and with extraordinary mechanical and electrical properties. But can it live up to its promise? Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory …

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Kellogg researchers develop new nanoparticle with potential to treat ocular cancer

Researchers at the University of Michigan Kellogg Eye Center have developed a new nanoparticle that uses a tumor cell’s protective mechanism against itself — short-circuiting tumor cell metabolism and killing tumor cells. “Our work uses a semiconducting nanoparticle with an attached platinum electrode to drive the synthesis of an anti-cancer compound when illuminated by light,” …

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Nanotechnology delivery system offers new approach to skin disease therapies

Researchers at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem have developed a nanotechnology-based delivery system containing a protective cellular pathway inducer that activates the body’s natural defense against free radicals efficiently, a development that could control a variety of skin pathologies and disorders. The human skin is constantly exposed to various pollutants, UV rays, radiation and other …

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Ultrathin Graphene Could Improve Night-Vision Tech

Night-vision windshields on cars might one day be possible with advanced thermal imaging technology based on flexible, transparent, atomically thin sheets of carbon, researchers say. Thermal imaging lets people see the invisible infrared rays that objects shed as heat. Thermal imaging devices have helped soldiers, police, firefighters and others see in the dark and in smoky conditions …

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The Internet of Things Goes Nano

The Internet of Things (IoT), built from inexpensive microsensors and microprocessors paired with tiny power supplies and wireless antennas, is rapidly expanding the online universe from computers and mobile gadgets to ordinary pieces of the physical world: thermostats, cars, door locks, even pet trackers. New IoT devices are announced almost daily, and analysts expected to …

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