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Perfect nanospheres using ultrashort laser pulses

Apr. 2014- The Nanophotonics Group of the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH) has developed a method to print nanoparticles made of different materials with controlled, reproducible sizes and to precisely deposit these particles on a receiver substrate. As a result, for the first time, the scientists succeeded in generating and positioning perfectly round silicon nanoparticles with a diameter of 165 nm. ...

High Speed Proteomics

Sep. 2008- University of Arizona: Researchers recently presented promising results on a method for high speed separation of proteins.

Nanoparticle Characteristics Affecting Uptake by Cells

Sep. 2008- University of North Carolina Chapel Hill and North Carolina State University: Researchers at UNC-CH and NCSU have shown the importance of nanoparticle size, shape and surface chemistry on uptake by living cells.

Lower-Energy Treatment of Air Contamination using Gold Nanoparticles

Sep. 2008- Researchers from Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane, Australia; Nankai University in Tianjin, China; and The Chinese Academy of Science in Beijing, China have discovered that gold nanoparticles can be used as catalysts at ambient temperatures in light-driven oxidation of volatile organic compounds (VOCs). 

Scalable process to form magnetic nanoparticles with immobilized enzymes

Aug. 2008- University of Idaho: Researchers from the University of Idaho have developed a novel scalable technique to produce magnetic nanoparticles containing immobilized enzymes for eventual use in applications such as pharmaceutical production and environmental remediation. 

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Blinking suppression and intensity recurrences in single CdSe-oligo (phenylene vinylene) nanostructures: experiment and kinetic model

We report time-resolved single molecule fluorescence imaging of individual CdSe quantum dots that are functionalized with oligomeric conjugated organic ligands. The fluorescence intensity trajectories from these composite nanostructures display both a strong degree of blinking suppression and interesting intensity fluctuations with recurrence times on the order of 10-60 seconds (quantified by ...

Effect of Nanoparticle Concentration on the Convective Deposition of Binary Suspensions

We investigate the coupling between the suspension properties and the deposition process during convective deposition of aqueous binary suspensions of 1 ?m silica microspheres and 100 nm polystyrene (PS) nanoparticles. The structures formed from this rapid and scalable process have use in a variety of optical, chemical, and biochemical sensing applications. At conditions that produce a ...

Fluorescence Lifetimes and Correlated Photon Statistics from Single CdSe/Oligo(phenylene vinylene) Composite Nanostructures

We present measurements of fluorescence intensity trajectories and associated excited-state decay times from individual CdSe/oligo(phenylene vinylene) (CdSe?OPV) quantum dot nanostructures using time-tagged, time-resolved (TTTR) photon counting techniques. We find that fluorescence decay times for the quantum dot emitter in these composite systems are at least an order of magnitude shorter than ...

High-Performance Lithium-Ion Anodes Using a Hierarchical Bottom-Up Approach

Si-based Li-ion battery anodes have recently received great attention, as they offer specific capacity an order of magnitude beyond that of conventional graphite. The applications of this transformative technology require synthesis routes capable of producing safe and easy-to-handle anode particles with low volume changes and stable performance during battery operation. Herein, we report a ...

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Acusphere, Inc.

Acusphere, Inc.

Acusphere is a specialty pharmaceutical company that develops new drugs using our core proprietary microsphere technology. Our technology may be applied to drug targets in a wide variety of clinical applications and disease areas offering potentially significant benefits such as improved safety, efficacy, patient compliance, ease of use, expanded indications or reduced cost. Our current ...

Aphios Corp.

Aphios Corp.

Aphios is developing enabling technology platforms and enhanced therapeutics for health maintenance, disease prevention and the treatment of certain infectious diseases, cancers and CNS disorders.

Blue Nano, Inc

Blue Nano, Inc

Blue Nano is a nanomaterials manufacturer that develops high quality, cost effective and reliable nano-focused industrial solutions in high volumes. We serve universities, independent research labs and OEM manufacturers in a wide variety of sectors ranging from automotive to energy to healthcare. Our products include silver nanowires, nanoporous noble metal catalysts and various oxide ...

Elmarco, Inc. and Elmarco s r o

Elmarco, Inc. and Elmarco s r o

Elmarco is the industry’s first supplier of industrial scale nanofiber production equipment. Our partnerships with global industrial leaders and universities form the foundation for our success. Elmarco’s Nanospider™ technology allows nanofibers to be produced on an industrial scale for a number of applications. Supported by a broad patent suite, Nanospider™ is a high voltage ...

nanoComposix, Inc.

nanoComposix, Inc.

nanoComposix specializes in the fabrication, characterization, and integration of nanomaterials into products and systems. Our mission is to enable our customers to maximize the potential benefits of nanotechnology through the use of precisely engineered, highly characterized nanomaterials. Our multi-disciplinary technical teams provide method and protocol development, rapid prototyping, ...

Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute

Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute

Oregon Signature Research Center
ONAMI is Oregon’s first ‘Signature Research Center’ and a multi-level collaboration among Oregon’s research universities, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and industry in the “Silicon Forest” high-tech cluster that is home to the world’s leading semiconductor, MEMS, nanotechnology tools and ...

Seashell Technology, LLC

Seashell Technology, LLC

Seashell Technology LLC is a privately held San Diego-based nanotechnology company. Seashell Technology was formed by President and co-founder Dr. Sheldon Schultz who has had over 20 years experience working and developing nanocomposite materials and novel metamaterials. Since its inception in 1996 Seashell Technology has developed plasmon resonant particles for use as optically observable ...

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Laila H. Abuhassan

Laila H. Abuhassan

University of Jordan

Prof. Mark Andrews

Prof. Mark Andrews

Center for Self Assembled Chemical Structures; ArboraNano
McGill University

Angela R. Hight Walker

Angela R. Hight Walker

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)

Jin Ho Kim

Jin Ho Kim

Brown University