Nano TechConnect News
National Innovation Summit, Washington DC: Final Call for Innovation Submissions
01/24/14 08:53 AM EST
Co-located with TechConnect World and National SBIR/STTR Conference, join North America's largest technology-to-commercialization event in the nation's capital. Submissions due January 31.
TechConnect Innovation Spotlight: Modular Biocompatible Materials for Medical Devices and Wound Healing Applications
01/24/14 08:41 AM EST
DiazaMED, TechConnect World-National Innovation Summit 2013 National & Global Innovation Awardee, Washington, DC
MIMETAS and Galapagos to Develop Human Disease Models On-a-Chip
01/23/14 04:31 PM EST
The two companies have entered into a research collaboration on the development of organ-on-a-chip-based human disease models for new medicine development.
Fujitsu Simulates 3,000-Atom Nano device, a Threefold Increase
01/23/14 03:58 PM EST
Supercomputer used to calculate electrical properties in approximately 20 hours.
Solar-power device would use heat to enhance efficiency
01/23/14 03:55 PM EST
New approach developed at MIT could generate power from sunlight efficiently and on demand.
Staying cool in the nanoelectric universe by getting hot
01/23/14 03:50 PM EST
Research hints that nanodevices in microcircuits can protect themselves from heat generation; could boost computing power without large-scale changes to electronics
TechConnect Innovation Spotlight: Environmentally Safe Plastic Microbeads for Cosmetics
01/23/14 03:42 PM EST
College of William & Mary, TechConnect World-National Innovation Summit 2013 Awardee, Washington, D.C.
Cyber-Innovation for Sustainability Science and Engineering
01/23/14 03:18 PM EST
National Science Foundation Deadline: April 8, 2014
Vehicles Technologies Incubator
01/23/14 03:15 PM EST
National Energy Technology Laboratory — Department of Energy Deadline: February 28, 2014
Opposing Phenomena Possible Key to High-Efficiency Electricity Delivery
12/19/13 04:29 PM EST
The coexistence of two opposing phenomena might be the secret to understanding the enduring mystery in physics of how materials heralded as the future of powering our homes and communities actually work.