Nano TechConnect News
Innovation Spotlight: A Liquid Crystal Polymer (LCP) Membrane MEMS Sensor for Flow Rate and Flow Direction Sensing
09/24/12 08:33 AM EST
National University of Singapore (NUS) Wants to use LCP as a Structural Material for Environmental Applications
Innovation Spotlight: McGill University Researchers Create Novel Nanoparticles That can Bypass Blood-Brain Barrier
09/24/12 08:18 AM EST
Nanoparticles developed to target neurodegenerative diseases, like Alzheimer's disease.
Johnson & Johnson to Open Four Regional Innovation Centers
09/20/12 09:58 AM EST
Company to build their innovation centers in leading life sciences communities, including Massachusetts, California, the UK and China.
Algal Scientific Semifinalist in 2012 Accelerate Michigan Innovation Competition
09/20/12 09:40 AM EST
TechConnect Innovation Tracking: Algal Scientific, a TechConnect Accelerator participant-Boston MA, 2011
SUNY Community Colleges Receive $14.6 Million Grant from US Government to Help the Unemployed
09/20/12 09:32 AM EST
The Training and Education in Advanced Manufacturing (TEAM) Education Pathways Project offers programs in growing technology fields.
National Robotics Initiative
09/17/12 03:01 PM EST
National Science Foundation Deadline: December 11, 2012
Ancient diatoms could make biofuels, electronics and health food – at the same time
09/17/12 02:59 PM EST
Diatoms could finally make biofuel production from algae truly cost-effective; Oregon State University receives $2 Million US grant from the NSF to fund this research.
Lilliputian Systems Closes on $40 Million US Equity Financing from Russian Investment Fund
09/14/12 02:29 PM EST
TechConnect Innovation Tracking: Lilliputian Systems, a TechConnect Accelerator participant-Boston MA, 2011
India and the United Kingdom Announce New Initiative Focused on Biotechnology
09/14/12 02:23 PM EST
The initiative will focus on chemical biology and molecular therapeutics at inStem in Bangalore, India.
Nanotech in your money? One day, nanoparticles could help thwart counterfeiters.
09/14/12 02:14 PM EST
Scientists at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology develop quick response (QR) code that could be used for authentication purposes.