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Making Nanoparticles in Supercritical Water

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NANOfutures Introduction

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Cellular Surgeons: The New Era of Nanomedicine

Pills the size of molecules to seek and destroy tumors. Miniscule robots performing surgery inside patients with a precision never before achieved. Nanobots, a billionth of a meter across, fixing mutations in DNA, or repairing neurons in your brain. Such are the possibilities as medicine enters the nano-era. Join leading researchers who are pushing these frontiers, to learn of new cures in the coming nano-revolution and possible risks of the molecular E.R.

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Nanotechnology in Cancer Research | Jessica Winter | TEDxColumbus

Dr. Jessica Winter is a nanotechnology cancer researcher who one day found herself to be a patient. Dr. Winter discusses her research in the Chemical and Biomedical Engineering departments at the Ohio State University, her initial diagnosis, what it's like to be on the other side of the treatment table, and her treatment at the Wexner Medical Center's James Comprehensive Cancer Center. Dr. Winter also discusses roadblocks in translating research from the bench to the bedside and how her illness has shaped her outlook on the future of cancer research.

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New Era of Nanotechnology Devices - Documentary

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This Is A Butterfly! (Scanning Electron Microscope)

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Podcast : Glowing Nanotubes / Making Diamonds

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Diego Basset About Nanotechnology Opportunities

Diego Basset tells about nanotechnology as a world of new opportunities, and also about the societal expectations and responsibilities coming with it.

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Responsible Research and Innovation: aligning R&I with European society

Responsible Research and Innovation (RRI) is the European Union's inclusive approach to ensure that societal actors work together during the whole research and innovation process.

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Nanotechnology at NASA

This video highlights nanotechnology R&D at NASA and its many potential applications for space exploration. The video stresses collaboration as key to the success of applied nanotechnology.

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Nano, the Next Dimension (Nanotechnology BBC Documentary)

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Super Hydrophobic Surface and Magnetic Liquid - The Slow Mo Guys

Gav and Dan are in the GE lab using nanotechnology to show you cool liquid physics at 2500fps.
The first experiment shows a superhydrophobic surface that GE has been working on. Surfaces like this can be useful in aviation and wind power to reduce ice build-up or for self-cleaning applications. The surface traps a layer of air using its nanoscopic structure, which prevents water from sticking.
The second experiment also demonstrates how the nanoscale differs from the macroscale, this time with iron filings. Iron filings at the macroscale can be easily distinguished from the liquid they are in. When reduced to the nanoscale, magnetic nanoparticles can behave like a liquid magnet. Gav and Dan demonstrate this by showing magnetic liquid flowing upwards against gravity towards a magnet.

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Nanoscience in Elementary Schools

Troy Dassler teaches at Aldo Leopold Elementary in Madison, WI. He also works in collaboration with the University of Wisconsin-Madison to bring nanoscale science to elementary-aged children through funding from the National Science Foundation. In his talk, Troy breaks down his methods of teaching this specific discipline of science of the very small and shares the impressive discoveries his students have made.

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The Power of Nanotechnology

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Nano Assembler

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Nanotechnology and Health

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TechNyou Education: Making Gold Nanoparticles

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TechNyou Education: Shape Memory Alloys

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TechNyou Education: Oil Eating Bacteria

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Second Earth Discovery

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Nano Eco Dye

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Self-cleaning Buildings

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EuroNanoForum 2011 Talks

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Regenerating the ear and the eye

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Nano-Tuned Solar Cells

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NANO-TV: Nano Laboratory

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Nano non-stick paint for efficient shipping

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The 3D Nanoscanner

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Nano Foil Brightens Screens

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Boosting Memory Chips

Moore's law predicts that the number of transistors on a silicon chip will double approximately every two years. Thanks to nano technology a similar acceleration is observed in data storage capability of memory chips.

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Nano Filtered Water

Scientists of the Technical University of Denmark have developed a new filter to obtain ultra pure water which consists only of H2O molecules.
All minerals, carbon compounds or gas molecules are filtered out by this special membrane.

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Nano Drive us Clean

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Nano Technology

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