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Your next smartphone screen or TV display might be brighter, the synthetic oil in your car might perform better and computer chips might be more durable — all thanks to minuscule particles that are starting to be manufactured in Baltimore....
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Behind locked doors in a nondescript Jessup industrial park, workers using secret techniques conjure a material that has promises to supercharge many 21st-century technologies. Called graphene, it's a fine, fluffy black powder that could soon become part...
The Howard County NAACP Youth Council attended the NAACP's 102nd annual convention, held July 23-28, in Los Angeles. In honor of its 75th anniversary, the Youth and College Division of the NAACP joined forces with Yum! Brand to feed homeless and hungry...
Special to Baltimoresun.comAnn Lansinger is executive director of the Emerging Technology Center (ETC), a non-profit business incubator with headquarters in Canton that aids start-up technology-based companies. The ETC provides office space at subsidized rates, offers mentoring...
TidewaterBizA maker of heat-resistant nanotube fiber moved into a facility near Oyster Point in Newport News. BNNT, LLC is in the process of setting up equipment, including a laser, in its factory at 300 Ed Wright Lane after finalizing financing with a group of...
The Virginian-PilotWe were puzzled yet intrigued when a news release about nanotubes in Newport News came in. Visions of Robin Williams, the "nanu nanu"-speaking alien in the old sitcom "Mork and Mindy," danced in our heads. Not even close -- though a proponent of the...
A former UCLA physics professor has agreed to plead guilty to federal fraud charges and pay almost $1.7 million for turning in false invoices related to nanotechnology research he was performing for the Department of Defense. Alfred Wong, 75, of...
University of Florida researchers have developed a "DNA nanotrain" that fast-tracks its payload of cancer-fighting drugs and bioimaging agents to tumor cells deep within the body. The nanotrain's ability to cost-effectively deliver high doses of drugs...
Reuters* Nanomedicine promises greater precision and monitoring * Pfizer, Amgen, AstraZeneca among firms placing bets * Early-stage research but scientists see momentum building By Ben Hirschler LONDON, May 3 (Reuters) - Is nanomedicine the next big thing? A...
SOUTH BEND -- Ivy Tech Community College in South Bend will offer a special summer session of nanotechnology courses from May 20 through Aug. 10. The courses will be taught at Ivy Tech, in collaboration with Penn State University's Center for...
Arab News, Jeddah, Saudi ArabiaThe paints industry in Saudi Arabia is quite a challenging one, says Mark van Diemen, managing director Middle East at Sigma Paints. "The market is very much price-conscious and still rather unripe in its understanding and knowledge of paints and...
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