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Other materials stories that may be of interest

By Eileen De Guire / September 4, 2012

Check these out … Waste cooking oil makes bioplastics cheaper ‘Bioplastics’ that are naturally synthesized by microbes could be made commercially viable by using waste cooking oil as a starting material. This would reduce environmental contamination and also give high-quality plastics suitable for medical implants, according to scientists presenting their work at the Society for…

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Other materials science stories that may be of interest

By / August 21, 2012

Check ’em out: September California workshop to explore plans for National Network for Manufacturing Innovation The Advanced Manufacturing National Program Office, in partnership with state and national organizations, is inviting interested parties to the third in a series of regional workshops to introduce and encourage public discussion of a planned National Network for Manufacturing Innovation.…

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AGC’s investment in US nanolithography startup reveals plans for nanostructured value-added glass strategy

By / April 6, 2012

Rolith’s rolling lithographic exposure technology. Credit: Rolith; AGC. A wholly owned Georgia-based subsidiary, of glassmaker AGC — AGC America — a few days ago announced that it had purchased a $2 million stake in Rolith Inc., clearly aimed at developing new glass products with specialized nano coatings. Rolith, based in Pleasanton, Calif., specializes in advanced, large-scale nano…

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Get flexible: Georgia Tech group shows how to ‘draw’ nano-sized ferroelectric structures on plastic substrates

By / July 20, 2011

Georgia Tech researchers display samples of materials on which ferroelectric nanostructures have been fabricated by thermochemical nanolithography. Graduate research assistant Yaser Bastani (left) with silicon, assistant professor Nazanin Bassiri-Gharb with polyimide and postdoctoral fellow Suenne Kim with glass. (Credit: Gary Meek, Georgia Tech.) “We can directly create piezoelectric materials of the shape we want, where…

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New speedy, high-res nanolithography method to allow the rapid prototyping of electronics

By / August 4, 2010

A new nanolithography process promises to speed up the “printing” of nanoscale patterns, which could soon allow investigators to quickly make prototypes of test electronic devices. Of course, various forms of fairly high resolution nanolithography have been around for a while. But, heretofore, they have been relatively time consuming. These have usually employed a single…

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