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The vision of the International Center for Nanosystems and Quantum Technologies (I.C.N.Q.T) is a future in which the ability to understand and control matter at the nanoscale leads to a revolution in technology and industry that benefits society.

The ICNQT expedites the discovery, development, and deployment of nanoscale science, engineering, and technology to serve the public good through a program of coordinated research and development . . .


Nano Products

Nano has already found its way into lots of products you use every day, from clothing to tennis racquets. In fact, if you strolled around your home you’d probably find dozens of products manufactured using some kind of nanotechnology.

The consumer world is exploding with “nanotechnology enhanced” products. Consumer products is an area where the experts are saying the most immediate nanotechnology impacts will be made and recognized by . . .


New Product

Covid-19 Detector Ring

This ring can measure the heartbeat and body temperature and can store medical records, blood group, drugs that patient has allergy to them, drugs that patient use them and doctors who visite them and disease records. It connect by NFC with an application in mobile. In this application you can enter result of your medical test results and system can analysis them with artificial intelligence and give consult to you and if necessary refer you to doctors.



Research Projects

Nanotechnology has enormous potential to change society. An estimated global research and development investment of nearly $9 billion per year is anticipated to lead to new medical treatments and tools;

more efficient energy production, storage and transmission; better access to clean water; more effective pollution reduction and prevention; and stronger, lighter materials. And these are just a few of the more significant ways in which people are discussing using  . . .

 

 

 


EVENTS


The 2020 edition of Cebit is happening from the 20th to the 24th of April 2020 at Hannover Messe in Hannover (Germany).

Attendees: 120,000
Exhibitors: 2,800
Industries:  #Information Technology #Digital #Data center #Tech #Software Development
Venue:  Hannover Messe


NEWS


Implantable biosensor operates without batteries

Date:
May 21, 2020
Source:
University of Surrey
Summary:
Researchers have revealed their new biodegradable motion sensor — paving the way for implanted nanotechnology that could help future sports professionals better monitor their movements to aid rapid improvements, or help caregivers remotely monitor people living with dementia.

Identifying light sources using artificial intelligence

A smart quantum technology for identification of light sources with fewer measurements
Date:
May 5, 2020
Source:
American Institute of Physics
Summary:
Identifying sources of light plays an important role in the development of many photonic technologies, such as lidar, remote sensing, and microscopy. Traditionally, identifying light sources as diverse as sunlight, laser radiation, or molecule fluorescence has required millions of measurements, particularly in low-light environments, which limits the realistic implementation of quantum photonic technologies. Researchers demonstrated a smart quantum technology that enables a dramatic reduction in the number of measurements required to identify light sources.

In search of the lighting material of the future

Date:
May 1, 2020
Source:
Paul Scherrer Institute
Summary:
Researchers have gained insights into a promising material for organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs). The substance enables high light yields and would be inexpensive to produce on a large scale — that means it is practically made for use in large-area room lighting. Researchers have been searching for such materials for a long time. The newly generated understanding will facilitate the rapid and cost-efficient development of new lighting appliances in the future.

 

 


‘Elegant’ solution reveals how the universe got its structure

A direct, observation-based test of one of the pillars of cosmology

Date:
April 27, 2020
Source:
Carnegie Institution for Science
Summary:
The universe is full of billions of galaxies — but their distribution across space is far from uniform. Why do we see so much structure in the universe today and how did it all form and grow? A 10-year survey of tens of thousands of galaxies has provided a new approach to answering this fundamental mystery.

 

Exoplanet apparently disappears in latest Hubble observations

Date:
April 20, 2020
Source:
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
Summary:
What scientists thought was a planet beyond our solar system has ‘vanished.’ Though this happens to scifi worlds, scientists seek a more plausible explanation. One interpretation: instead of a planet, it could be a dust cloud produced by two large bodies colliding.

Researchers use nanotechnology to develop new treatment for endometriosis

Date:
April 6, 2020
Source:
Oregon State University
Summary:
Scientists have developed a precise, nanotechnology-based treatment to alleviate the pain and fertility problems associated with endometriosis, a common gynecological condition in women of childbearing age

A twist connecting magnetism and electronic-band topology

Combined optical and torque measurements establish the microscopic mechanism linking magnetism and electronic-band topology in a Dirac material
Date:
April 3, 2020
Source:
ETH Zurich Department of Physics
Summary:
Materials that combine topological electronic properties and quantum magnetism are of high current interest, for the quantum many-body physics that can unfold in them and for possible applications in electronic components. For one such material, physicists have now established the microscopic mechanism linking magnetism and electronic-band topology.

Hubble finds best evidence for elusive mid-sized black hole

Date: March 31, 2020

Source: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

Summary: Astronomers have found the best evidence for the perpetrator of a cosmic homicide: a black hole of an elusive class known as ‘intermediate-mass,’ which betrayed its existence by tearing apart a wayward star that passed too close.


On Mars or Earth, biohybrid can turn carbon dioxide into new products

Bacteria on nanowires convert sunlight, carbon dioxide and water to organic building blocks

Date:March 31, 2020

Source:University of California – Berkeley

Summary :Chemists have created a hybrid system of bacteria and nanowires that captures energy from sunlight and transfers it to the bacteria to turn carbon dioxide and water into organic molecules and oxygen. On Earth, such a biohybrid could remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. On Mars, it would provide colonists with raw material to manufacture organic compounds ranging from fuels to drugs. The efficiency is greater than the photosynthetic efficiency of most plants