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Nanotechnology News

  1. Small scale, large potential: an expert weighs in on the future of microfluidics

  2. Vibration energy the secret to self-powered electronics

  3. Focus on new faculty: Zongfu Yu, harnessing light at a small scale

  4. Researchers to develop methods for discovering new metallic glasses

  5. Future looks bright for carbon nanotube solar cells

  6. Innovative solar cell structure stores and supplies energy simultaneously

  7. Man-made material pushes the bounds of superconductivity

  8. With new high-tech materials, researchers aim to catalyze U.S. manufacturing future

  9. In static friction, chemistry is key to stronger bonds

  10. High-tech silver dressings ward off infection in wounds

  11. In mouse trial, high-tech wound dressing fights infection

  12. In chemical reactions, water adds speed without heat

  13. There are more than five sides to this story: In metallic glasses, researchers find a few new atomic structures

  14. Strengthening bonds with the welding industry

  15. At smallest scale, liquid crystal behavior portends new materials

  16. UW-Madison spinoff company earns funding to improve unique wound-healing technology

  17. Inspired by steel, nano-manufacturing gets wear-resistant carbide tip

  18. Two projects to study cell-to-cell communications

  19. Microfabrication breakthrough could set piezoelectric material applications in motion

  20. Video: Opportunities in engineering: Annual report 2011

  21. Innovation awards go to biochemist, micro-engineer at UW–Madison

  22. Liquid crystal droplets discovered to be exquisitely sensitive to an important bacterial lipid

  23. Chemical and biological engineering professor elected to American Academy

  24. A matter of timing: New strategies for debugging electronics

  25. New nano techniques integrate electron gas-producing oxides with silicon

  26. Patents proliferating for serial inventor Robert Blick

  27. Can you see me now? Flexible photodetectors could help sharpen photos

  28. ECE faculty member receives prestigious PECASE Award