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August 18, 2014



Nanotechnology offers new ways to make solar power cost efficient. Dr Hele Savin, a World Economic Forum Young Scientist, is interviewed about how this breakthrough is changing the energy industry, as well as the advantages and frustrations of working closely with in...

August 14, 2014

With the Ebola virus death toll now topping 1000 and even the much publicized experimental treatment ZMapp failing to save the life of a Spanish missionary priest who was treated with it, it is clear that scientists need to explore new ways of fighting the deadly disea...

August 12, 2014

(Nanowerk News) A new wearable vapor sensor being developed at the University of Michigan could one day offer continuous disease monitoring for patients with diabetes, high blood pressure, anemia or lung disease ("Graphene nanoelectronic heterodyne sensor for rapid and...

August 7, 2014


Energy & Commerce Committee of the United States House of Representatives led by Chairman Fred Upton held a hearing on July 29 re to understanding How Small Solutions Drive Big Innovation. The session was attended by


Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade Subcommittee Cha...

August 6, 2014




CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Massachusetts Institute of Technology is betting big on small. The school recently unveiled plans for a new $350 million research center, called MIT.nano.

When finished in 2018, MIT.nano will provide state-of-the-art facilities for thousands of...

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