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  • News - 31 May 2011
    A team of researchers from the Physics, Chemistry, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering departments of the University of Melbourne have found that a quantum atom enclosed in a nanodiamond could be...
  • News - 28 Apr 2011
    A team of scientists at the Rice University have discovered the heaviest antimatter particle known as antihelium-4. This newly found antimatter particle is derived from the helium nucleus. Physicists...
  • News - 16 Feb 2011
    Physicists at the Joint Quantum Institute, University of Maryland, have built a circuit that is hardly more than a whiff of gas moving within laser beams. The team has endeavored to make the...
  • News - 30 Nov 2010
    The University of Pittsburgh scientists have developed a light sensor with four nanometer width and light detecting capacity on a nearly atomic scale. The average width of a human hair is 80,000...
  • News - 22 Nov 2010
    University of Pittsburgh scientists have developed a light sensor in nanoscale size, which can be coupled with an electronic circuitry of near-atomic-size for the generation of hybrid electronic and...
  • News - 15 Nov 2010
    Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and University of Wisconsin at Madison have created a nanoscale light sensor, that can be combined with near-atomic-size electronic circuitry to produce...
  • News - 14 Nov 2010
    NASA's rover Curiosity is expected to touch down on Mars in August 2012. Preceding the mission by a few months, its science measurements will begin much closer to Earth. The Mars Science...
  • News - 12 Aug 2010
    The microelectromechanical system (MEMS) technology enables small machine to fine-tune itself so as to make highly precise sensors which could serve medical diagnostics, environmental testing and...
  • News - 18 Jun 2010
    Results of a multidisciplinary study, focused on capturing radioactive-excited nanoparticles and radiation luminescence to enable disease detection through subtle signs,  were presented by...