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NBIC Science in the News

Innovative science from the NBIC is often reported widely in the popular science and medical newsletters along with energy and environmental blogs.

News about fibrin elasticity and protein unfolding sparked interest beyond Dennis Discher and his colleague’s paper in Science (2009) and was reported in Science Blog, Medical News TODAY, e!Science, and many other medical newsletters. plasmon induced electrical conductionThe paper by Dawn Bonnell and her collaborators on plasmon induced electrical conduction in ASC Nano (2010) was covered by Discovery News, Popular Science and Popular Mechanics and numerous science blogs. This was also reported by AVS and MRS.

News about fibrin elasticity and protein unfolding sparked interest beyond Dennis Discher and his colleague’s paper in Science (2009) and was reported in Science Blog, Medical News TODAY, e!Science, and many other medical newsletters.

The paper by Dawn Bonnell and her collaborators on plasmon induced electrical conduction in ASC Nano (2010) was covered by Discovery News, Popular Science and Popular Mechanics and numerous science blogs. This was also reported by AVS and MRS.

John Schotland’s group paper on phaseless 3-D imaging from Physical Review Letters (2009) was reported to a wider scientific community by Nature Nanotechnology.

John Schotland’s group paper on phaseless 3-D imaging from Physical Review Letters (2009) was reported to a wider scientific community by Nature Nanotechnology.

Rob Carpick and his collaborators reported in Nature Nanotechnology (2010) about the exceptional wear resistance in diamond-like carbon. Newsletters like W3 and Nano Werk reported its relevance to the future of nanolithography, nanometrology, nanomanufacturing., probe-based technologies

Rob Carpick and his collaborators reported in Nature Nanotechnology (2010) about the exceptional wear resistance in diamond-like carbon. Newsletters like W3 and Nano Werk reported its relevance to the future of nanolithography, nanometrology, nanomanufacturing., probe-based technologies

 

 

 

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