Latest Implications of nanotechnology Stories

2008-04-24 10:50:00

New nanotechnology consumer products are coming on the market at the rate of 3-4 per week, a finding based on the latest update to the nanotechnology consumer product inventory maintained by the Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies (PEN).

2008-04-21 08:12:56

Assessment of 2006 funding shows US lags in highly relevant nano risk research

2008-04-07 09:15:00

Valued for its antibacterial and odor-fighting properties, nanoparticle silver is becoming the star attraction in a range of products from socks to bandages to washing machines.

2008-02-19 09:45:00

Inflated funding numbers, lack of overarching strategy and limited worker exposure research among shortcomings

2007-09-11 06:00:00

In the summer of 2002, MIT's new Institute for Soldier Nanotechnologies (ISN) found itself at the center of a controversy. The subject of debate was not the technical specifications of a new nanomaterial or a breakthrough in nanoscale electronics. It was about a comic book.

2006-10-11 12:30:00

The speed of nanoparticle assembly can be accelerated with the assistance of the molecule that carries life’s genetic instructions, DNA, a team of researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Brookhaven National Laboratory recently found.

2006-05-04 11:20:00

Scientists urged industry on Thursday to disclose how it conducts safety tests for products containing nanoparticles.

2006-05-04 10:20:43

LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists urged industry on Thursday to disclose how it conducts safety tests for products containing nanoparticles.

2006-01-11 07:30:00

From toothpaste to trousers, dozens of everyday products contain materials made through the blossoming science of nanotechnology - but laws safeguarding the public's health and safety aren't developing nearly as quickly, according to a new report.

2005-12-12 07:30:00

Those stain-resistant khakis you just picked up at the mall, the tennis ball that holds its bounce longer and sunscreen that's clear instead of white have something in common - nanotechnology.

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