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Prof A K Ganguli (Director INST) to be awarded the Nano India award of DST for 2015

 

 

Modified list of shortlisted candidates for PhD interview - Jan, 2015 session

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One day Conclave on NanoBiotechnology (NanoBio 2014) on 22/12/2014 organized by INST

*Deadline for registration is extended to 15th October 2014

*Abstract Submission deadline is extended to 30th September 2014

 

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Nanovaccine Initiative at Iowa State University

Seminar on "Nanovaccines, Nanocarriers, and Ultra-Sensitive Diagnostic Systems for Human Health Management" by Prof. A. K. Ganguli (Director, INST)

 

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Workshop on Nanoengineering and Medicine - AIIMS, New Delhi

 

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Congratulations to Dr. Abir De Sarkar
Research paper published in Applied Physics Letters has been identified as a Key Scientific Article and featured in Advances in Engineering, Canada.

 

 

   

Congratulations to Bhanu Prakash
Bhanu Prakash received Gandhian Young Technological Innovation Award (Year 2014) for "Microfluidic Immunosensor"at the third national innovation competition organized by Society for Research Initiatives for Sustainable Technologies and Institutions (SRISTI) awarded by National Research Professor and President of Global Research Alliance, Dr. R. A. Mashelkar.

 

 

Nanotechnology, the manipulation of matter at the atomic and molecular scale to create materials with remarkably varied and new properties, is a rapidly expanding area of research with huge potential to revolutionize our lives and to provide technological solutions to our problems in agriculture, energy, the environment and medicine. In order to fully realize this potential, we need to be able to control the synthesis of nanoparticles, the construction of nano-devices, and the characterization of materials on the nanoscale and to understand the effects of these things on environment and health. INST will bring together chemists, physicists and materials scientists at the forefront of the science of making and characterizing materials at the nanoscale, with biologists and biochemists applying these discoveries in the agricultural, medical, biological sphere. It brings together research-active basic and applied scientists from different backgrounds in an intimate atmosphere to learn about the needs and scientific advances in their respective fields and to build interactions and collaborations.
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Nanotech in Consumer Electronics Market to Grow Significantly in Next Few Years

 

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Graphene photonics breakthrough promises fast-speed, low-cost communications

Swinburne researchers have developed a high-quality continuous graphene oxide thin film that shows potential for ultrafast telecommunications.

 

 

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Scientists discover potential way to make graphene superconducting

Scientists have discovered a potential way to make graphene – a single layer of carbon atoms with great promise for future electronics

 

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Nanopores underlie our ability to tune in to a single voice..

 

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Presentation of Bharat Ratna to Prof. CNR Rao (Chairman, BoG INST) ...

 

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Researchers Build a Working Carbon Nanotube Computer

 

A group of Stanford researchers has moved a step closer to answering the question of what happens when silicon, the standard material in today’s microelectronic circuits, reaches its fundamental limits for use in increasingly small transistors.

 

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Bismuth-carrying nanotubes show promise for CT scans

Rice-led collaboration finds element shines as contrast agent for tracking stem cells  - Scientists have trapped bismuth in a nanotube cage to tag stem cells for X-ray tracking.

 

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Researchers build DNA nanodevices that survive body's immune mechanism.

The results pave the way for smart DNA nanorobots that could use logic to diagnose cancer earlier and more accurately than doctors can today

 

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