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FlexEnergy in the Running for Green Engineering Award at Tech America-Orange County, CA
06/01/12 09:07 AM EST
FlexEnergy will have a poster presentation at TechConnect World, June 19-21, 2012

Target: Drug-resistant bacteria
06/01/12 09:06 AM EST
Engineers design nanoparticles that deliver high doses of antibiotics directly to bacteria.

Berkeley Lab Scientists Generate Electricity From Viruses
06/01/12 09:05 AM EST
New approach is a promising first step toward the development of tiny devices that harvest electrical energy from everyday tasks

Single Nanomaterial Prototype Able to Achieve Red, Green, and Blue Laser Colors
06/01/12 09:05 AM EST
Novel technology co-developed by Brown University and QD Vision

Secretary of Defense Leon E. Panetta Supports Clean and Renewable Energy
05/30/12 01:57 PM EST
"Let me assure you that DoD is helping to lead this nation when it comes to preserving our environment and building a more sustainable and secure energy future."

What Potholes? Michigan Technological University Research Team Discovers Nanoclay Could Lead to Improving Asphalt Roads
05/29/12 06:18 PM EST
Dr. Zhanping You and his group believe adding nanomaterials would prevent roads from buckling, cracking, and potholes.

Swedish Researchers Believe Graphene, Carbon Nanotubes Could Improve Computers, Cellular Phones
05/29/12 06:18 PM EST
University of Gothenburg research team think limited size and weight of carbon materials would improve electronics found in electronic devices.

Bacterial builders on site for computer construction
05/29/12 06:18 PM EST
Forget computer viruses - magnet-making bacteria could be used to build tomorrow’s computers with larger hard drives and speedier connections.