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Nanotechnology
New g-2 measurement deviates further from standard model
Nanotechnology : 14 May, 2007
The latest result from an international collaboration of scientists investigating how the spin of a muon is affected as this type of subatomic particle moves through a magnetic field deviates further than previous measurements from theoretical predictions. The result strengthens the challenge this experiment, known as muon g-2, first posed to the so-called Standard Model of particle physics.
 
Bright light yields unusual vibes
Nanotechnology : 13 May, 2007
By bombarding very thin slices of several copper/oxygen compounds, called cuprates, with very bright, short-lived pulses of light, Ivan Bozovic, a physicist at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Physicists see golden needle in a micro-cosmic haystack
Nanotechnology : 13 May, 2007
An international team of physicists examining an extremely rare form of subatomic particle decay, a veritable golden needle in a micro-cosmic haystack of 7.8 trillion candidates, has discovered evidence for the highly sought process, which could be an indication of new forces beyond those incorporated in the Standard Model of particle physics.
 
Physicists see golden needle in a micro-cosmic haystack
Nanotechnology : 13 May, 2007
An international team of physicists examining an extremely rare form of subatomic particle decay, a veritable golden needle in a micro-cosmic haystack of 7.8 trillion candidates, has discovered evidence for the highly sought process, which could be an indication of new forces beyond those incorporated in the Standard Model of particle physics.
 
Another twist in the field of superconductivity
Nanotechnology : 13 May, 2007
Researchers at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Scientists investigate the mechanism behind high-temperature superconductivity
Nanotechnology : 13 May, 2007
Using crystal samples prepared at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Brookhaven Lab helps develop technology to turn dredged material into cement
Nanotechnology : 12 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Protein folding on a chip
Nanotechnology : 12 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Carbon nanotubes with big possibilities
Nanotechnology : 12 May, 2007
A scientist at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Botulinum toxin structure offers clues for vaccines/treatments
Nanotechnology : 11 May, 2007
By deciphering the near atomic-level structure of the catalytic domain of botulinum toxin type E, one of seven neurotoxins that cause botulism, a disease that paralyzes victims by blocking nerve cells
 
Finding confirms earlier result using better model for human alcohol abuse
Nanotechnology : 11 May, 2007
As a follow up to previous work showing that gene therapy can reduce drinking in rats trained to prefer alcohol, scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
New Brookhaven laser facility captures molecules in action
Nanotechnology : 11 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Same area of brain affected as seen in drug-addiction studies
Nanotechnology : 11 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Why calcium improves a high-temperature superconductor
Nanotechnology : 10 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Fluid Stripes may be essential for high-temperature superconductivity
Nanotechnology : 10 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Useful new tool for emergency responders, national security
Nanotechnology : 10 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
New physics law unifies several superconducting compounds
Nanotechnology : 09 May, 2007
A research group led by a scientist at the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory has discovered a simple relationship that mathematically links the properties of a class of high-temperature superconductors, materials that, below a certain temperature, conduct electricity with no resistance. This new, unexpected law applies to superconductors with very different structures and compositions, and may provide clues to understanding the mechanism of high-temperature superconductivity.
 
New research may lead to better catalysts for hydrogen fuel cells
Nanotechnology : 09 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
First example of location-dependent production of alternate products by single enzymes
Nanotechnology : 09 May, 2007
Scientists have long thought that individual enzymes have specific, single jobs dependent on their molecular shape. According to this premise, enzymes could only evolve to perform new functions by accumulating several shape-changing mutations, which can take thousands of generations.
 
Lab develops colorful beryllium detection technology
Nanotechnology : 09 May, 2007
Detecting beryllium on contaminated surfaces may become as simple as testing the acidity of a swimming pool, thanks to scientists at the Department of Energy's Los Alamos National Laboratory.
 
New machine for biology research prevents pollution at Brookhaven Lab
Nanotechnology : 08 May, 2007
As part of its Pollution Prevention Program, the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Taking charge of molecular wires
Nanotechnology : 08 May, 2007
Scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy
 
A better catalyst for ammonia production
Nanotechnology : 08 May, 2007
Research by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
GVG may reduce addictive effects of huffing
Nanotechnology : 07 May, 2007
A new study by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Finding may lead to new therapies
Nanotechnology : 07 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
DNA binding to viral enzyme may serve as new target for antiviral drugs
Nanotechnology : 07 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
New theory on drizzle formation says a few big drops get all the water
Nanotechnology : 07 May, 2007
In research that could lead to more accurate weather forecasts and climate models, scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Climate uncertainty with CO2 rise due to uncertainty about aerosols
Nanotechnology : 06 May, 2007
Climate scientists agree that atmospheric carbon dioxide has increased about 35 percent over the industrial period and that it will continue to rise so that CO2 will reach double its pre-industrial value well before the end of this century. How much this doubled CO2 concentration will raise Earth
 
Research on Holes may unearth causes of superconductivity
Nanotechnology : 06 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Scientists find evidence that a theoretical phenomenon is real
Nanotechnology : 06 May, 2007
Recent research by a scientist at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Scientists grow thermoelectric cobaltate thin films on silicon
Nanotechnology : 05 May, 2007
Thin films made of so-called thermoelectric materials could be used to convert heat directly into electric energy, or vise versa, for a variety of applications, including micro-chip-based chemical and biological sensors and more-efficient ways to cool computer chips.
 
Technique may also help assess, improve effectiveness of pain medication following fetal surgery
Nanotechnology : 05 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
New results may lead to advances in nanotechnology, molecular electronics
Nanotechnology : 05 May, 2007
Scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy
 
New Technique may help decipher regulator proteins
Nanotechnology : 05 May, 2007
Finding out where gene-regulator proteins bind to DNA and identifying the genes they regulate just got a step easier thanks to a new technique developed by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Physicists trace the hopping of single electrons in magnetic materials
Nanotechnology : 04 May, 2007
How much energy does it take for an electron to hop from atom to atom, and how do the magnetic properties of the material influence the rate or ease of hopping? Answers to those questions could help explain why some materials, like those used in a computer hard drive, become conductors only in a magnetic field while they are very strong insulators otherwise.
 
Catalytic converters that are better at cleaning up auto exhaust
Nanotechnology : 04 May, 2007
Experiments on ceria (cerium oxide) nanoparticles carried out at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Possible applications for solar cells and other small-scale circuits
Nanotechnology : 04 May, 2007
Learning how to control the movement of electrons on the molecular and nanometer scales could help scientists devise small-scale circuits for a wide variety of applications, including more efficient ways of storing and using solar energy.
 
Use of functional imaging to track plant nutrients has many potential applications
Nanotechnology : 03 May, 2007
Scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Quasiparticle behavior in bose quantum liquids
Nanotechnology : 03 May, 2007
Quasiparticles carry energy in condensed matter. In the world of quasiparticle physics, understanding when and how these energy carriers fail opens doors to another level of understanding, and can lead the way to many new and important theories. Scientists at the U. S. Department of Energy
 
Studies may help identify best materials for variety of future electronics applications
Nanotechnology : 03 May, 2007
Flexible displays that can be folded up in your pocket? More accurate biological and chemical sensors? Biocompatible electronics? In research that may help determine the best materials for a wide range of future electronics applications.
 
New state of matter more remarkable than predicted, raising many new questions
Nanotechnology : 02 May, 2007
The four detector groups conducting research at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, a giant atom
 
Astronauts
Nanotechnology : 02 May, 2007
Male astronauts exposed to cosmic rays in space are not likely to pass on possible mutations caused by the rays to their offspring, according to a new study by a collaboration that includes a scientist from the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Results may inspire new treatments for lead poisoning
Nanotechnology : 02 May, 2007
Scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Building a better virtual raindrop
Nanotechnology : 01 May, 2007
A new way of mathematically modeling the formation of rain drops in clouds may improve our understanding of Earth
 
Pushing the boundaries of high-temperature superconductors
Nanotechnology : 01 May, 2007
A collaboration led by scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Papers describe how efforts to block or modify reward circuits affect drinking in animals
Nanotechnology : 01 May, 2007
As part of an ongoing effort to understand the biochemical basis of alcohol abuse, scientists at the U.S. Department of Energy
 
Brookhaven Scientists Develop Method to Remove Uranium from Contaminated Steel Surfaces
Nanotechnology : 30 April, 2007
Scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy
 
New mobile atmospheric laboratory gathering weather & climate change data on California Coast
Nanotechnology : 30 April, 2007
Scientists sponsored by the Department of Energy are conducting a six'month atmospheric research campaign at the Point Reyes National Seashore, in Marin County, California. The experiment
 
Brookhaven Scientists create a new nanostructure
Nanotechnology : 30 April, 2007
Scientists from the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory have devised a method to create a new, intriguing nanostructure: ultra-thin, ribbon-like 'nanobelts' bound to nanotubes. Their research achieves several 'firsts' in the field of nanoscience, the study of materials on the scale of a billionth of a meter.
 
Smoking damages key regulatory enzyme in the lung
Nanotechnology : 29 April, 2007
Smoking appears to reduce a key enzyme in the lungs, possibly contributing to some of smoking
 
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