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New Nano Science Technology 2011 (The Future) Welcome to the nano scale. Nanoscale is where properties differ significantly from those at a larger scale. The strange world of nanoscience can take you into atoms and beyond the stars. A new horizon has begun for mankind in creating new technologies and one day eradicating diseases. That water bottle that turns urine into drink water could help drought stricken countries, instead of a little water bottle maybe a water tank version? Introduction to Nanoscience What is nanoscience? The word itself is a combination of nano, from the Greek "nanos" (or Latin "n***"), meaning "Dwarf", and the word "Science." Nano refers to the 10-9 power, or one billionth. In these terms it refers to a meter, or a nanometer, which is on the scale of atomic diameters. For comparison, a human hair is about 100000 nanometers thick! Nanoscience is the study of atoms, molecules, and objects whose size is on the nanometer scale ( 1 - 100 nanometers ). Why is the study of nanoscience different than the same problems on a larger scale? Physics is different on the nanometer scale. Properties not seen on a macroscopic scale now become important- such as quantum mechanical and thermodynamic properties. Rather than working with bulk materials, one works with individual atoms and molecules. By learning about an individual molecule's properties, we can put them together in very well-defined ways to produce new materials with new and amazing characteristics. Why is nanoscience suddenly becoming such a big ...
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Parallel patterns in nanometer scale generaed across a vertical step greater than 1.5 um Two sub-micro spheres were trapped by optical tweezers and positioned initially at different plane heights. The darker color corresponds to a microsphere that has moved closer to the CCD (ie moved up) while the brighter color corresponds to a microsphere in the proximity of the focal plane of the CCD. Substrate was translated relatively to spheres to trace out a pair of patterns in nanoscale across a vertical step height more than two times the size of a sphere.
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iPOD Nanometer! A parody I edited for a friend's school project. Thought I'll share :)
Nanometer nm This sign video was contributed by users of the ASL-STEM Forum: aslstem.cs.washington.edu
Synaptic Vesicle 100 nanometer cluster from Chris Arthur Here are the surfaces that underlie the synaptic vesicle fill attempt posted as . When I clean up the recipe, the algorithm, and the renderings, this will all make a lot more sense, I promise. These are a small section pulled from the movie I created a few months ago as a powerpoint hack . Here, I placed a cube deeper in the cluster of vesicles and booleaned out a little section to try a bona fide fill. Some day, I'll post a complete movie explaining the entire process.
31 of 46 - Plans for 2010, including work on sub-nanometre-scale materials, and a new water product Interview with T. Pradeep, Professor, DST unit on Nanoscience, Department of Chemistry and Sophisticated ***ytical Instrument Facility, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai (www.dstuns.iitm.ac.in December 27, 2009, 3 pm, bit.ly (IIT-M campus)
How small is a nanometer? How small is a nanometer? Professor Clive Roberts from the University of Nottingham explains. More at www.test-
Intel's new 45 nanometer transistors Not since the late 1960s have computer chips seen as dramatic an improvement as Intel's new 45 nanometer (nm) transistors, Intel Co-founder Gordon Moore says. As part of this new technology breakthrough, Intel has announced it will use two new materials to build the insulating walls and switching gates of its 45nm transistors. Hundreds of millions of these microscopic transistors -- or switches -- will be inside the next generation Intel Core 2 Duo, Intel Core 2 Quad and Xeon families of multi-core processors. The company also said it has five early-version products up and running -- the first of 15 45nm processor products planned from Intel. The early versions of the new chip will be targeted at different computer market segments including Windows Vista, Mac OS X, Windows XP and Linux operating systems.
Photon Nano-Spray Facial Steamer Skin Care Device For more product information and price, please enquire: inquiry@ or visit: Application: Skin rejuvenation Wrinkle removal Acne removal and pigmentation removal. Photon nona-spray facial care device is an integrated high-tech nanometer skin care device with Photon function for personal home use. It can ionize the water molecule and realize atomization quickly, which generate gentle nanometer ion nourishing and moistening fog and lots of negative oxygen for complementing water quickly. Thus, it can achieve the result of promoting blood circulation, accelerating collagen regeneration, wrinkles removal and skin rejuvenation. Nanometer technology is an ideal alternative method for conventional skin care treatment. Thanks to nanometer technology, the particles of cosmetic product can reach the nanometer grade. The utilization ratio of functional materials absorbed by the skin is improved. Hence, nanometer skin care can bring an extraordinary result. Nano ion fog can penetrate into deep layer of skin so that the nanometer particle can reach the cuticle and interval layer. As a result, the skin will become more elastic and tender, and the pores will be gradually eliminated. Principle: 1. Nanometer spray to mask water in face. 2. Photon function. The irradiation with different wavelength has different effect to skin: A. The blue light penetrating about 0.5mm is suitable for sensitive and oily skin. It can adjust skin sebum sections and get rid ...
Do You Know What Nano Means? This video won the 2011 Webby Award for Animation in the Online Film & Video Category. Produced by: Science Alberta Foundation Artist: Daniel Gies Nano may mean small, very small, but when it comes to making your body work it is big, very big. If your fingernail is about one millimeter thick, and a nanometer is one millionth of a millimeter, you can imagine that there are a lot of nanomaterials making up that small space.
Nanoimprint Technology - Learning from nature to engineer the future Taking a leaf from nature, researchers from A*STAR's Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) are using nanotechnology to create synthetic, chemical-free surfaces. The surfaces are engineered with billions of tiny, unifrom, structures. These nanometer-sized structures turn ordinary plastics into uniquely engineered one and gives these new plastics added with properties, with little or no chemicals employed. The properties that these new plastics can possess include extreme anti-reflection, super hydrophobicity (water-proofing) or even colour without adding inks or paints.
Lighting Series: Nanometer Range (Spectrum) This video is done on the lighting parameter know as, the Nanometer Range or often called, Spectrum. Since this pertains to aquatic lighting, this only pertains to visible light on the Electromagnetic Spectrum. The Electromagnetic Spectrum, is what this Nanometer Range (Spectrum) is based off of. Like I said its just the visible light range on the Electromagnetic Spectrum that makes this. Nanometers are what is used to measure wave length of this. Different light has a different wave length (and frequency). Now remember a longer wave length means a lower frequency, and a shorter wave length means a higher frequency. Usually in aquatics, all they really use is wave length or Nanometers. The reason for this video is to basically just have it out for when other videos come out; for things such as PAR you can understand. Like I said though this isnt something that is used to judge lighting directly in aquatics. Which is why the video is the way it is. Thats pretty much it, if you have any questions send me a pm. Thanks for tuning in.
A Mini Lesson: How Small is a Nanometer? How many adults fit inside a Mini Cooper? How many cheerleader dolls? And, finally, how many nano-sized people would fit inside this little car.
How Small is a Nanometer? Choose your favorite! We asked 3 Museum of Science staff to give us their favorite ***ogies for the size of a nanometer. Watch all three segments, and vote for your favorite in the Comments & Responses section, or post your own video!
TEDxRochester - Todd Krauss - 11/2/09 Todd D. Krauss is the director of the Nano and Optical Materials Chemistry Cluster at the University of Rochester, where he is also an Associate Professor in Chemistry and in the Institute of Optics. Krauss' scientific research interests involve fundamental studies of materials at the nanometer scale, their potential use in renewable energy and biotechnology, and the applications for these nanometer scale materials in the general areas of novel biological sensors, efficient and inexpensive solar cells, and nano-optical devices. In this talk, he gives a general overview of nanoscience and nanotechnology, and why at the nanometer scale size and shape are so important in determining the physical characteristics of a particular material. About TEDx, x=independently organized event In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self- organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x=independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
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Spin waves 1 component Simulering av magnetiska nano-kontakter som visar hur spinnvågorna breder ut sig som ringar på vattnet. Nanokontakten är 40 nanometer i diameter och spinnvågorna skapas i en 3 nanometer tunn film av en nickel-järn-legering. The micromagnetic simulations of nano-contact STOs were performed on a circular spin valve of 400 nm diameter composed by CoFe(20nm)/Cu(3nm)/NiFe(3nm), where the thickness is indicated in the parentheses. Here, the NiFe active magnetic layer has a saturation magnetization μoMS = 0.8 T, Gilbert damping constant α = 0.02 and exchange length λex = 5 nm. The current needed for spin torque is injected from a circular nano-contact with a diameter of 40 nm, located at the center of the spin valve. Applying a field of 0.9 T and a current of 10mA (flowing from the CoFe to the NiFe), steady magnetization precession of about 22 GHz and the propagation of spin waves are clearly visible. On the same spin valve, two nano-contacts can be also defined. With a center-to-center spacing of 120 nm, coherent synchronization is achieved.
420 Nanometers = PURPLE 2TheLeftOfNoWhere's package arrived, and I talk about that. Narfee suggests you watch Anjelica Huuston:
Sub-Nanometer Resolution Mode of High Force Piezo Motor by www.piezo- High-Resolution Dynamic Operation This type of PiezoWalk linear motor has two operating modes: The high resolution mode shown above can resolve to 30 picometers and provide millisecond dynamics. In ***og mode the motion is effectuated exclusively by the very stiff shear elements, providing a resonant frequency in the direction of motion of several kilohertz. The motion resolution here is limited only by the stability of the drive electronics, or, in closed-loop operation, by the sensor. More information at
How Small Is Nano? What is a nanometer? What things are measured in nanometers? Is a red blood cell bigger or smaller than a bacteria? This video takes you on an adventure of scale from the macrosize to the microsize to the nanosize!
Cutting it Down to Nano How small exactly is a nanometer? This activity is one way to try to wrap your mind around what "one billionth of one meter" really means.
Laser lights up the night sky! 200 MW 532 nanometer green laser displays intense power.
NETZSCH DeltaVita(R) Pharmaceutical Processing at its Finest Pharmaceutical manufacturing is moving into the Nanometer particle size range to enhance API solubility and improve performance. NETZSCH's new DeltaVita® fine media mill is designed specifically for the particular needs of pharmaceutical processing in batch sizes from 15 ml to 4000 liters. Pilot scale and production mills are CIP / SIP capable. Using our proprietary line of NETZSCHBeads®, we are able to achieve optimal results in particle fineness less than 100 nanometers. NETZSCH provides a complete line of pharmaceutical and industrial machinery for wet and dry grinding and mixing.
Nanotechnology Nanotechnology is defined as the understanding and control of matter at dimensions of roughly 1 to 100 nanometers, a scale at which unique properties of materials emerge that can be used to develop novel technologies and products.
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405 nanometer near uv burning laser this is 100 miliwatts of 405 nanometer near uv burning laser it can pops ballons lights matches and fuse and cuts tape. so far! that is if i get some steady hands.
The IR filter nanometer (nm) test and review with Si Pittaway. Me testing different ir filter ratings with a Sony Handycam then a Nite - Hunter digi add on.
Light Concentration at the Nanometer Scale In this video, Ramón Alvarez-Puebla, Luis M. Liz-Marzán, and F. Javier García de Abajo from the University of Vigo and the Spanish Scientific Research Council (CSIC), discuss their Perspective published in issue 16 of the Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. DOI: 10.1021/jz100571u
#268 - Q&A: Is lower nm (nanometer) better? I was just wondering what the advantages of chips with a lower nm are? Ie, what is the advantage of a 45nm chip compared to a 65nm chip? Thanks for your help! ~Umar
Neumayer light below 400 nanometers 4 March 2012 - BrianIsYahweh3 by brianisyahweh3 on Mar 3, 2012 The light spectrum for the human eye 400 to 700 nanometers the Neumayer III station for 7 hours 40 minutes the light was below 400 nanometers therefore the colour is not seen. The distance from the station to my rebirth location is 4462 nautical miles and is Rabboni Jesus said unto her, Mary. She turned herself, and saith unto him, Rabboni; which is to say, Master. English gematria 948 Hebrew:buwts(pronounced boots); to be white linen of a ghost.
How Small Is Nano? (Spanish) What is a nanometer? What things are measured in nanometers? Is a red blood cell bigger or smaller than a bacteria? This video takes you on an adventure of scale from the macrosize to the microsize to the nanosize!
Nano-sized light mill drives micro-sized disk Filmed through water, a silica microdisk embedded with a gold, gammadion-shaped light mill nanomotor rotates in one direction under illumination from laser light at 810 nanometers wavelength. When the wavelength is switched to 1715 nanometers, the rotational direction is reversed. Torque is produced when the laser light frequencies resonate with the frequencie of the metal's plasmons. (Movie courtesy of Zhang group)
ALIO linear motor tripod with rotary axis for nanometer precision motion applications Nano Precision Tripod with optional rotary axis from ALIO. The fastest and most powerful nano precision motion system in a very small footprint for fiber align, guide array align, bonding, metrology, machining and photonics applications
Just How Small is 25 Nanometers? Kevin Kilbuck describes the most recent advancement in Micron's NAND flash process technology—25nm NAND. It's the smallest semiconductor production process in the world, with NAND cells 3000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair.
Nano SCALE: nanometer to light year video - FREE Sony Wonder Technology Lab NYC -P1070582 The Sony Wonder Technology Lab is an interactive learning museum funded by the Sony Corporation of America. It's located at Sony's Manhattan offices and is free and open to the public. It first opened in 1994. In 2001, Sony asked us to change the concluding experience of the tour, which is located on the lowest level of the space. In 2004, they asked us back to work on a total renovation of the four-story, 14000-sq.-ft. space. Sony wanted the space to reflect how technology enables creativity, connection, and communication. Our concept was a self-contained, completely immersive environment formed by the communications that visitors create within the space. It's a glossy white envelope whose surfaces are embedded with media, from floors and ceilings to walls and display cases. Visitors enter the museum on the ground floor, then take glass elevators to the fourth floor, where they log in and create personal profiles, which are recorded on RFID cards they use throughout the space. They work their way through the museum down a series of ramps. As they collect experiences during their visit, bits and pieces of their profile data are manipulated, shared, tweaked, and broadcast in the space itself. Because the project was so technology and interface-intensive, the project team included media experts, technology integrators, and programmers that we consulted very early on in the process. Having this kind of expertise is essential on a project like this one. The museum employs ...