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Seamus “Shay” Curran, director of the University of Houston’s Institute for NanoEnergy, doesn’t like cleaning windows. “My wife gets after me about it,” he said. A new hydrophobic nano coating he and his team of researchers at UH have developed holds the promise of self-cleaning windows. Of course, that’s just a pleasant byproduct. Curran developed [...]
Nanoparticles are artificial atoms that have unique optical, mechanical and electrical properties and if they can be made to assemble themselves into complex structures just the way proteins would coax themselves; only then will their large scale application in microtechnologies become a reality. Scientists from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the University of California Berkeley [...]
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