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Nanotechnology News, Articles, Directory and more

Nanotechnology News, Articles, Directory and more
In recent years there has been an increasing interest in developing applications involving nanotechnology. Nanotechnology involves techniques that employ measurements and materials at the submicron level. Continue Reading » When manufacturing high-quality components using a variety of materials, it can be very advantageous to have knowledge not only of a material’s thermal properties but of its thermophysical properties as well. Continue Reading » This webinar from Oxford Instruments Nanoanalysis will discuss the requirements and configurations for fast-acquisition in-situ EBSD experiments, for observations of phase transitions and other phenomena.

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Nanotechnology Just give me the FAQ The next few paragraphs provide a brief introduction to the core concepts of nanotechnology, followed by links to further reading. Manufactured products are made from atoms. Brunel Institute for Bioengineering Brunel Institute for BioengineeringWe are a multidisciplinary research institute with interests in solutions for health, medicine and surgery. Follow the links to find our more about our current research involvements. Surgical Tools Robotic technology in surgical therapy has demonstrated accurate and consistent tool trajectories in contrast with manual intervention. Bioprocess EngineeringNew centrifugal liquid-liquid extraction technology was developed in the Institute’s Advanced Bioprocessing Centre. Assistive TechnologyWe design products that thoughtfully use technology to help people live better.

Career Planning for PhDs ebook Do you have a strategy in place to ensure a successful transition from PhD to building your career as an academic researcher? Have you explored alternative career paths? The PhD is increasingly opening doors to a whole range of opportunities, particularly if you develop the rounded experience, knowledge and skills required by employers. The market for jobs in both academia and other sectors is competitive, and you therefore need to plan ahead, be strategic in your job search and look at ways to stand out from the crowd. Nanotechnology journal Nanotechnology is essential reading for anyone who is interested in the latest advances in nanoscale science and technology. It encompasses the understanding of the fundamental physics, chemistry, biology and technology of nanometre-scale objects and how such objects can be used in the areas of computation, sensors, nanostructured materials and nano-biotechnology.

Welcome to The Packaging Society The Packaging Society, formerly the Institute of Packaging, is here to support you throughout your career in packaging and is one of the world's oldest and foremost professional bodies for packaging professionals. Whether you work in Packaging Design, Packaging Technology, Packaging Development, Compliance or Branding The Packaging Society is for you. Click here to see what packaging members say about the benefits of the Accredited Packaging Professional Award Technology in Medicine Section We are very keen to enhance our Section Council with new active members who have a particular interest in technology in medicine. For further information, please contact or by phone on 0207 290 3934. About this section

UK Steel home : UK steel : EEF Jump to secondary navigation Hello. Sign in for UK Steel Members' Area. Frequently Asked Questions How do I get into Medical Physics or Biomedical Engineering? How can I find out about training for this career? Is the training the same in each country of the United Kingdom? England The Scientist Training Programme (STP) for Medical Physicists and Biomedical Engineers in England is supported and facilitated by the National School for Healthcare Scientists.

Where Science meets Business: Research & Development in the consumer goods industry This is a guest post written by Oliver Moore on behalf of RB Careers. The post focuses on scientific research and development in the consumer healthcare and fast-moving consumer goods industry. Although not the focus of the post, much of what is covered could equally apply to more technical or engineering related research and development roles in this sector. What is Research & Development and how does it relate to the consumer healthcare/ FMCG industry? Research and development is the very start of any product lifecycle.