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Featured abstracts from EU-USA Ceramics Summit: Tissue engineering, ceramic membranes for energy

By Eileen De Guire / December 8, 2011

Scanning electron microscope image of a bioactive glass scaffold seeded with human osteoblasts (MG-63). The seeded cells are distributed over the whole scaffold area and well adhered on the surface. This image shows that bone cells can grow on and through this bioactive glass construct. Credit: Boccaccini; Uni-Erlangen. Following last year’s successful Pacific Rim Engineering…

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Oxide electronics: Zinc oxide nanostructured LEDs and tantalum oxide nonvolatile memories

By Eileen De Guire / July 18, 2011

Zinc oxide nanostructures are synthesized in parallel microfluidic channels (held by the metal frame) by flowing reactants through the tubing. The microfluidic structure creates the device and also becomes the final packaged functional LED device. Photo: Jaebum Joo; MITnews Just when I thought I could stroll back into the macro world, two new papers were…

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