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NANOTECHNOLOGY 'FERTILE' FOR ENERGY BREAKTHROUGH; etc.
Posted on Saturday, July 01, 2006 @ 16:55:39 GMT by vlad

Science Thinking small may help solve one of the world's biggest problems -- the need for alternative energy sources -- according to scientists attending the first Energy Nanotechnology International Conference held June 26-28 at MIT.
Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news70897841.html

LONG-LIVED MAGNETIC FLUCTUATIONS IN A CRYSTAL, June 30
One of the most familiar magnetic materials is magnetized iron. Much of the observed behaviour of iron and related magnetic materials can be understood using existing theoretical results. However, due to limitations of the experimental techniques that were previously available, important characteristics of the excited states of such compounds could not be measured.



Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news70881766.html

WHAT DO RACQUEL WELCH AND QUANTUM PHYSICS HAVE IN COMMON?, June 30
The University of Leicester is leading a three-nation consortium in a 'fantastic voyage' to explore empty space - with potential benefits that have only been explored in the realms of science fiction. The study aims to delve into a 'void' or empty space in which atoms move, which has a large intrinsic energy density known as zero-point energy.

Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news70849203.html

OSCILLATING PATTERN IN NANOPARTICLE CRYSTALLISATION, June 30
In order to survive, biological systems need to form patterns and organise themselves. Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam, Germany, have now combined self-organisation with chemical pattern formation. They coupled an oscillating chemical reaction with polymer-controlled crystallisation and self-organisation in barium carbonate.

Full story at http://www.physorg.com/news70881548.html



 
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Re: NANOTECHNOLOGY 'FERTILE' FOR ENERGY BREAKTHROUGH; etc. (Score: 1)
by techmac on Tuesday, July 04, 2006 @ 18:37:53 GMT
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In talking about the magnetic influx of crystals, an interesting E-book about Michael Faraday, written by his close friend and researcher Tyndall, entitled "Faraday as a Discoverer" at http://www.worldwideschool.org/library/books/hst/biography/FaradayasaDiscoverer/toc.html

tells of Faradays researches into magnetic influences on crystals and other non-metals. He found some similar outcomes in the 1850s.



 

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