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SRI INTERNATIONAL WON THE GOLD EDISON AWARD

SRI International today announces that they have won the Gold Edison Award for their innovative contributions to the Wide-Field Imager for NASA's Parker Solar Probe in the Aerospace Innovation category. A full list of winners can be found here [1].

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DST FOCUSES ON NANOTECHNOLOGY FOR TREATING COVID-19

The Department of Science and Technology (DST) using Science and Engineering Board (SERB) portal invites ideas in the form of short-term proposals for developing antiviral Nano-coating and new nano-based material for use in Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), which can be transferred to a partnering industry or start-up for scale-up.

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‘REALISTIC’ STRENGTH OF GRAPHENE DISCOVERED

The realistic mechanical properties of monolayer graphene have been successfully studied by a new method developed by a research team led by Dr Lu Yang, Associate Professor of Department of Mechanical Engineering at City University of Hong Kong (CityU). The groundbreaking discovery will promote the application of graphene in different areas, such as the touch monitor on flexible mobile phones.

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YOUNG NANOSCIENTIST THINKING SMALL IN A BIG WAY

Building a structure out of toothpicks and glue takes creativity, patience and careful planning. But imagine trying to build a similar structure which height is the thickness of a piece of paper. The beams and supports, a 50th the thickness. Sounds impossible, right?

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CHINA AND US SALUTE THE CYBORG SOLDIER

The arrest of Harvard Professor Charles Lieber for failing to reveal his work for the Chinese is more than alarming. One of the world’s leading experts in nanotechnology, Lieber contributed to China’s Thousand Talents Program and assisted China in its military arms race with the United States, whether knowingly or not. Americans should be concerned that China is pursuing military nanotechnology solutions, including linking soldiers’ brains directly to computers.

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YELLOW IS THE NEW BROWN

If different types of vegetables and fruits are stored together, they influence each others ripening process. This is due to ethylene, which is emitted by some plant-based foodstuff and accelerates ripening. To prevent excessive food waste due to accelerated ripening Empa and ETH Zurich researchers are developing a new catalyst that degrades ethylene into water and carbon dioxide.

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