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5/19/2011 1:28:55 PM | Research | 0 comments
"Critical baby step" taken for spying life on a molecular scale
The ability to image single biological molecules in a living cell is something that has long eluded researchers; however, a novel technique, using the structure of diamond, may well be able to do this and potentially provide a tool for diagnosing, and eventually developing a treatment for, hard-to-cure diseases such as cancer
12/2/2010 10:21:16 AM | Materials | 0 comments
Physicists use graphene to decode DNA
Graphene - one-atom thick sheets of carbon that led to this year's Nobel Prize for Physics -- is generating huge excitement as a possible DNA sequencing material following the work of three independent research groups earlier this year.
12/24/2009 10:14:32 AM | Research | 0 comments
Disentangling a billion dollar opportunity – Quantum information
The field of quantum information processing has come a long way in the past five years, partly thanks to a £10 million grant from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) which has helped focus activity in this potentially lucrative field.
7/8/2009 1:23:15 AM | Industry | 0 comments
Q is for quantum and 'Q-life'
Review of Features in the latest issue of Physics World
7/3/2009 1:41:19 AM | Research | 0 comments
Researchers unite to distribute quantum keys
Researchers from across Europe have united to build the largest quantum key distribution network ever built.
5/4/2009 1:57:06 AM | Research | 0 comments
Quantum cryptography is much closer to being used practically
Quantum cryptography, a completely secure means of communication, is much closer to being used practically as researchers from Toshiba and Cambridge University’s Cavendish Laboratory have now developed high speed detectors capable of receiving information with much higher key rates, thereby able to receive more information faster.
4/22/2006 10:47:48 PM | Materials | 0 comments
A slice of carbon could work wonders with chips
Move over silicon: the hottest new material in electronics could be sitting inside the humble pencil.
12/23/2005 9:51:16 AM | Materials | 0 comments
Nanostructured TiO2 Thin Films as Porous Cellular Interfaces
Researchers considered a simple technique to form nanostructured titania; their work suggests that NST is a better material for the interface of M/NEMS devices with biological systems than more traditional materials such as silicon nitride or silicon oxide.
9/2/2005 3:26:27 PM | Research | 0 comments
Nanospheres that block pain of sensitive teeth
Nanospheres could help dentists fill the tiny holes in our teeth that make them incredibly sensitive, and that cause severe pain for millions of adults and children worldwide
1/26/2004 4:47:56 PM | Bio/Medicine | 0 comments
ViriChip - Nano scale will allow the detection of viruses faster, and more accurately, than ever before
The scientists announced their discovery today in the Institute of Physics journal Nanotechnology.

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