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Tuesday, 27 February 2007 12:12

Canon loses flat-panel licence

The US District Court for the Western District of Texas has ruled that Nano-Proprietary was entitled to terminate the licence to its SED (surface-conduction, electron-emitter display) technology granted to Canon in 1999.

Published in Strategy
Researchers discover that covering iron-oxide nanoparticles with a special peptide allows nanoparticles to stick to blood protein clots found only on the blood-vessel walls of cancerous tumors. Once stuck to the clot, the researchers say that additional nanoparticles accumulate at the clot site, which eventually will stop blood flow and ultimately will kill the tumor.

Published in Health
Thursday, 25 January 2007 20:49

Blood cell-sized memory chip demo created

A report from the New York Times says that a miniscule memory chip has been created that is around the size of a white blood cell, although the scientists are unsure when it would be used commercially.

Published in Entertainment



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