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Sliding into security with trail-blazing nanotechnology – International Airport Review

Nanotechnology that cleans better than bleach now lines TSA trays at Akron-Canton Airport in Ohio. The airport, which served 1.3 million passengers last year, has become the first in the world to wheel out nanotechnology inbins at security checkpoints. Last week, specially-designed mats and skins developed by NanoTouch Materials were placed on the inside of the passengers TSA trays into which they place items for x-ray. Continue reading

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Nanotechnology May Be Used to Heal Wounds, Repair Organs – Healthline

Researchers in Ohio are using skin cells and small chips to develop treatments that can repair damage from wounds, stroke, and organ failure. Continue reading

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Nanotechnology gives green energy a green color – Phys.org – Phys.Org

Left: The nanopatterned module appears green, independent of the angle.Right: Schematic of silicon nanoscatterer arrays on top of a sapphire cover slide, integrated into a commonly used solar panel design. Credit: Neder et al. Solar panels have tremendous potential to provide affordable renewable energy, but many people see traditional black and blue panels as an eyesore. Continue reading

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Researchers Explore Graphene’s Potential Use in Nanotechnology – I-Connect007

Reading time ( words) Carnegie Mellon Universitys Ge Yang, associate professor of biomedical engineering (BME) and computational biology, and Tzahi Cohen-Karni, assistant professor of BME and materials science and engineering, have determined that graphene is safe for neurons and non-neuronal cells and has long-term biocompatibility making it an excellent material to use in devices that interface with the nervous system. In a separate study, Cohen-Karni also found it was possible to grow graphene fuzz Continue reading

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How robotics, artificial intelligence and nanotechnology will affect your career – The Times

Get ready for the fourth industrial revolution. It may offer you more opportunities and earlier than you might think What do the inventions of steam power, electricity and computers have to do with your career? Continue reading

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Test uses nanotechnology to quickly diagnose Zika virus … – Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Visit the News Hub May be possible to use approach with other emerging infectious diseases A Washington University researcher holds a piece of paper coated with tiny gold nanorods that can be used to test blood for Zika virus. Continue reading

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