• Our Final Invention Nanotechnology Revolution 720p

    published: 19 Mar 2017
  • Chemtrails, Nanotechnology and The Morgellons Connection

    Awakening Liberty This week actress and model Vanity Styles joined me to talk about Chemtrails, Mind Control, and her battle with Morgellons. The War on Terra by the ruling class parasites includes biochemical testing and genocidal programs that are harming all of humanity. So many are unaware as to what is going on in our skies and it’s link to widespread outbreaks of what is being labeled as Morgellons. What can those who are suffering from these symptoms do to arrest the condition and cope? Spreading awareness, planting seeds, and waking up the masses is a start. Exposing those who are involved e.g. The Synagogue of Satan and these Wacko Banking Cabals is the next step in eradicating these psychopathic Terror! Listen LIVE to The Awakening Liberty Show with Sean Caron every Saturday and...

    published: 16 May 2016
  • Emerging Nanotechnology Power

    Nanotechnology is going to revolutionize the way we make things and transform the way we live. It is able to transform multiple industries including aerospace, agriculture, automotive, chemical, energy and environment, food, information and communication, medicine and health care, security and transportation. Nanotechnology offers so many possibilities such as providing cheap and clean energy; clean water; lighter and stronger materials; faster, more powerful and energy efficient computers; an exponential increase in information storage capacity; lotus-like self cleaning surfaces; the reduction or elimination of pollution; and early detection and treatment for cancer and other diseases. Dr Lerwen Liu will provide an overview on Nanotechnology impact in Energy & Environment, Health Care and...

    published: 22 Aug 2009
  • Washington Nanofabrication Facility

    The University of Washington -- Washington Nanofabrication Facility (UW WNF) is a national user facility that is a part of the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN). Located on the UW Seattle campus, UW WNF is a full service micro and nanotechnology user facility and is the largest public access fabrication center in the Pacific Northwest. Learn more in this video introduction, which includes comments from researchers and entrepreneurs who use the facility.

    published: 18 Feb 2014
  • Clean and Seal Windows with Nanotechnology

    published: 11 Feb 2014
  • Has Human Evolution Stopped ? - 4 Ways Humans Could Evolve in the future

    In this video we’ll look at four predictions as to which way human evolution could proceed in the future. http://curious-droid.com/6icr Human Evolution has stopped Many believe that because we have evolved, then it’s natural to assume the process will just continue like it has done since the beginnings of life over 3 billion years ago. However, there are some are now saying that this may not be the case for humans and that in fact our own evolution may well have stopped. Proponents of natural selection say that genetic innovations are only likely to become fixed in small, isolated populations. For example, Darwin's famous Galápagos finches each evolved from their mainland ancestor to fit a unique habitat on the isolated islands in the Pacific. However, the modern human race is now incre...

    published: 27 Mar 2016
  • Woo Jung Shin | South Korea | Medical Nanotechnology 2016 | Conference Series LLC

    8th World Medical Nanotechnology Congress & Expo June 08 - 09, 2016 Dallas, Texas, USA Title: Non-invasive cell tracking system using lipid supported polymeric nanoparticle Click here for Abstract and Biography: http://medicalnanotechnology.conferenceseries.com/speaker/2016/woo-jung-shin-sungkyunkwan-university-south-korea OMICS International: http://conferenceseries.com/ OMICS open access Journals: http://omicsonline.org Global Medical Conferences: http://conferenceseries.com Global Pharmaceutical Conferences: http://pharmaceuticalconferences.com Global Cancer Conferences: http://cancersummit.org Global Diabetes Conferences: http://diabetesexpo.com Global Dental Conferences: http://dentalcongress.com Global Nursing Conferences: http://nursingconference.com

    published: 25 Jul 2016
  • EBOLA VIRUS BY AIR Chemtrails NANO SCIENCE WEAPONS BIOWARFARE

    DARK SECRETS NANO SCIENCE WEAPONS of DESTRUCTION Environmental and Economic Aspects of Nanoscience my.safaribooksonline.com/book/current-affairs/...nanoscience/ch05 Chapter 5. Environmental and Economic Aspects of Nanoscience - ... This Book · Nanotechnology and Homeland Security: New Weapons for New Wars ... PNNL: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology - National Security www.pnnl.gov/nano/security.stm Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Effective personal protection and counter terrorist forensic analyses require efficient capture of chemical weapons materials and the exclusion of interferents. National Security, Health and Nanoscience | Innovation ... www.innovation-america.org/national-security-health-and-nanoscience While Livermore's primary goals are ensuring the effectiveness of the nat...

    published: 14 Jul 2014
  • Biological Fiber Optic Nanotech - Venus' Flower Basket

    Euplectella aspergillum, also known as the "Venus flower-basket" is one of the most unique and interesting lifeforms on earth. This is a truly alien-like organism as this species of sponge has a silica exoskeleton which forms an intricate cage, held together by protein filaments only a few nanometers across. In effect, this animal is almost entirely made of a nano-structured glass. Along with microscopic Diatoms, this sponge is an example of how a lifeform can incorporate silicon in its biology and although it is not truly silicon-based life (as its DNA is fundamentally the same as ours) it is an insight in how different elements can be incorporated in diverse lifeforms restricted to just one planet, bringing new possibilities in what extraterrestrials might be like on other worlds. Eup...

    published: 02 Sep 2013
  • Nanotechnology Presentation Online v1

    published: 11 Feb 2014
  • Adventures in nanotechnology and superconducting seaweed | Zoe Schnepp | TEDxUniversityofBirmingham

    Imagine the word ‘chemistry’ for a moment. You probably have a picture in your mind of someone in a white lab coat and goggles with brightly-coloured solutions bubbling away in front of them. There are almost certainly some toxic signs around! If you visit most chemistry research centres then you will probably see a lot of chemists that fit this picture quite well. In my lab, however, we have boxes of crab shells, a selection of butterfly wings and various seaweed extracts. When it comes to chemistry, nature has had a 3500000000 year head start! So we have decided to use some of the remarkable chemicals available in nature to make a whole range of nanomaterials. Zoe Schnepp is passionate about Green Chemistry both in her research and the potential for changing negative public perceptions ...

    published: 11 May 2015
  • Nanotechnology for Clean Water

    In a “Science Nation” video released by the National Science Foundation, Stony Brook chemist Benjamin Hsiao explains that traditional water filters are made of polymer membranes with tiny pores to filter out bacteria and viruses. Hsiao’s filters are made of fibers that are all tangled up, and the pores are the natural gaps between the strands. The team’s first success at making the new nanofilters uses a technique called electrospinning to produce nanofibers under an electrical field.

    published: 05 Oct 2016
  • Evolution of Regulations in Nanotechnology

    Video taken at in-cosmetics Asia – The leading exhibition and conference in Asia for personal care ingredients – takes place in Bangkok in November – more info at www.in-cosmeticsasia.com Speaker is Belinda Carli, Director of Institute of Personal Care Science, more info at at www.personalcarescience.com.au

    published: 19 Jul 2016
  • Present and future of nanotechnology from a political perspective

    Professor Sir Adrian Smith gives his views on the future of nanotechnology and the politics involved. For more information please visit http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/centres/nanoscienceandnanotechnology/eventssummary/event_14-2-2011-14-31-4

    published: 29 Sep 2011
  • 4 2 14 Dr Hildy® Melinda Kidder of Columbia Investigations Remote Sensing Mystery Unveiled Hour 2

    4-2-14- Dr. Hildy®: Mushroom Wisdom, Breast Cancer, Alzheimer's *AND* Remote Sensing Mystery Unveiled *OneCellOneLightRadio with Dr. Hildegarde Staninger® , RIET-1 Wednesday, April 2, 2014 1:00-3:00PM Pacific (2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central,4-6pm Eastern) This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy broadens our horizons with two special guests on two special topics! Hour 2 Guest – MELINDA KIDDER, Columbia Investigations *The Investigators with Integrity* http://www.columbiainvestigations.com http://www.diyspy.blogspot.com In the second hour, Dr. Hildy welcomes Private Investigator Melinda Kidder of Columbia Investigations to discuss her work with individuals who have mysteriously had computer chips and sensors implanted into their body. Columbia Investigations is one of a small ...

    published: 01 Aug 2014
  • Nanotechnology - Sequencing DNA

    This is a video I made for a nanotechnology class back in the spring semester of 2008. I've noticed that that recently, more news is being reported about the technology known as nanosequencing, especially nanopores, so I thought I'd put this out there for anyone who might want to know about it a little more. This is the first video I've posted that wasn't recorded on my phone. I used iMovie and CC photos (for the most part) so please don't expect a michael bay/steven spielberg production.

    published: 01 Mar 2009
Our Final Invention  Nanotechnology Revolution 720p

Our Final Invention Nanotechnology Revolution 720p

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Chemtrails, Nanotechnology and The Morgellons Connection

Chemtrails, Nanotechnology and The Morgellons Connection

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Awakening Liberty This week actress and model Vanity Styles joined me to talk about Chemtrails, Mind Control, and her battle with Morgellons. The War on Terra by the ruling class parasites includes biochemical testing and genocidal programs that are harming all of humanity. So many are unaware as to what is going on in our skies and it’s link to widespread outbreaks of what is being labeled as Morgellons. What can those who are suffering from these symptoms do to arrest the condition and cope? Spreading awareness, planting seeds, and waking up the masses is a start. Exposing those who are involved e.g. The Synagogue of Satan and these Wacko Banking Cabals is the next step in eradicating these psychopathic Terror! Listen LIVE to The Awakening Liberty Show with Sean Caron every Saturday and Sunday at 2 PM Pacific Time! http://truthfrequencyradio.com/listen-live/ Become a TFR supporter with this link and 50% of your subscription goes to Awakening Liberty! Help keep TFR 100% Listener Supported http://truthfrequencyradio.com/amember/signup/index/c/ Awakening Liberty Show Website http://www.awakeninglibertyshow.com/ Awakening Liberty Store http://www.awakeninglibertystore.com/
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Emerging Nanotechnology Power

Emerging Nanotechnology Power

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Nanotechnology is going to revolutionize the way we make things and transform the way we live. It is able to transform multiple industries including aerospace, agriculture, automotive, chemical, energy and environment, food, information and communication, medicine and health care, security and transportation. Nanotechnology offers so many possibilities such as providing cheap and clean energy; clean water; lighter and stronger materials; faster, more powerful and energy efficient computers; an exponential increase in information storage capacity; lotus-like self cleaning surfaces; the reduction or elimination of pollution; and early detection and treatment for cancer and other diseases. Dr Lerwen Liu will provide an overview on Nanotechnology impact in Energy & Environment, Health Care and Information Communication Technology (ICT). Asia is one of the fastest growing regions in nanotechnology R&D and commercialization. Dr Liu will also share her insight on Nanotechnology development in terms of policy & funding, infrastructure, R&D & commercialization, education and risk management in the Asia Pacific in the last 10 years since the announcement of the US National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI).
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Washington Nanofabrication Facility

Washington Nanofabrication Facility

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The University of Washington -- Washington Nanofabrication Facility (UW WNF) is a national user facility that is a part of the National Nanotechnology Infrastructure Network (NNIN). Located on the UW Seattle campus, UW WNF is a full service micro and nanotechnology user facility and is the largest public access fabrication center in the Pacific Northwest. Learn more in this video introduction, which includes comments from researchers and entrepreneurs who use the facility.
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Clean and Seal Windows with Nanotechnology

Clean and Seal Windows with Nanotechnology

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Has Human Evolution Stopped ? - 4 Ways Humans Could Evolve in the future

Has Human Evolution Stopped ? - 4 Ways Humans Could Evolve in the future

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In this video we’ll look at four predictions as to which way human evolution could proceed in the future. http://curious-droid.com/6icr Human Evolution has stopped Many believe that because we have evolved, then it’s natural to assume the process will just continue like it has done since the beginnings of life over 3 billion years ago. However, there are some are now saying that this may not be the case for humans and that in fact our own evolution may well have stopped. Proponents of natural selection say that genetic innovations are only likely to become fixed in small, isolated populations. For example, Darwin's famous Galápagos finches each evolved from their mainland ancestor to fit a unique habitat on the isolated islands in the Pacific. However, the modern human race is now incredibly mobile and crossbreeding makes it much less likely for potentially significant mutations to become established in the gene pool. The main way that evolution works is by natural selection or the survival of the fittest as Darwin stated but this mechanism is very much sidelined by humans because of the advances in medicine and health care. The fittest will no longer spearhead evolutionary change, because, thanks to medical advances, the weakest also live can on and pass down their genes. Humans Will Continue to Evolve Whilst one group say human evolution is dead, Other scientists see plenty of evidence that human evolution is far from over. Here are a couple of examples that are recent adaptations which are the first steps in further evolution. 1 Lactose tolerance in European peoples. Normally children lose the ability to digest the lactose in milk after they have been weaned. This leads to people having an intolerance to the lactose which makes them feel sick if the drink milk. This is true of many people from Asia. However, Over the past few thousand years many people living in the Europe have developed a gene which give them the ability to drink milk and digest the lactose at any age. It is thought that the ancient peoples of Europe used milk as an additional food source and therefore the people who could drink milk would have a better chance of survival when food was in short supply and this ability has entered the greater gene pool. 2. Thalassemic trait. Thalassemia or sickle cell as it is also known is a condition that many people who originate from the hotter climates of the world have where there is a high prevalence of mosquito born malaria. Transhumanism The philosophy known as transhumanism sees humans taking charge of their evolution and breaking free of their biological limitations by the use of advanced technology. In this, the future may belong to “unnatural selection”. Darwinian evolution occurs very slowly and in the case of humans because of our longer lives can take 10’s or 100’s of thousands or years. But our technology has evolved at an exponential rate and things which could directly change the human condition like cloning, genetic enhancement, robotics, artificial intelligence, and nanotechnology to name a few continue to change and an ever increasing rate. Transhumanism of the future, raises a huge array of possibilities, from super soldiers and new breeds of athletes, to electronically augmented brains and senses to immortal beings who, having had their brains scanned atom by atom to transfer their minds to computers. Evolution of Off-World Colonies? As it was stated before, Darwin's Galápagos finches evolved because they were physically isolated from the mainland where they came from. The earth is now a global village with no part of its surface that cannot be traveled to within a few days or so if really you want to and have the resources. To really isolate a population, they would have to be off world for very long period of time for a new human species to arise. However, in the far distant future, if habitable planets well beyond our solar system were colonized by Earth migrants, that could provide the necessary isolation for new human species to evolve. If we had space faring people who went on one-way voyages to distant stars, that might be enough to trigger the fixing of the evolution in to a new species. Resources: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9uZGSuOxFVM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezyrSKgcyJw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b5gsJ6E2tb4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7fXzsKqtqbw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3iCnhEyT64 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zsbhvl2nVNE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UU4VGXLHj18 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAlDMYyWPis Another Place by Frank Dorittke is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0/) Source: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Frank_Dorittke/Mare_Tranquillitatis/pcr018_cd01_03_fd_project_another_place Artist: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Frank_Dorittke/
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Woo Jung Shin | South Korea | Medical Nanotechnology 2016 | Conference Series LLC

Woo Jung Shin | South Korea | Medical Nanotechnology 2016 | Conference Series LLC

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8th World Medical Nanotechnology Congress & Expo June 08 - 09, 2016 Dallas, Texas, USA Title: Non-invasive cell tracking system using lipid supported polymeric nanoparticle Click here for Abstract and Biography: http://medicalnanotechnology.conferenceseries.com/speaker/2016/woo-jung-shin-sungkyunkwan-university-south-korea OMICS International: http://conferenceseries.com/ OMICS open access Journals: http://omicsonline.org Global Medical Conferences: http://conferenceseries.com Global Pharmaceutical Conferences: http://pharmaceuticalconferences.com Global Cancer Conferences: http://cancersummit.org Global Diabetes Conferences: http://diabetesexpo.com Global Dental Conferences: http://dentalcongress.com Global Nursing Conferences: http://nursingconference.com
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EBOLA VIRUS BY AIR Chemtrails NANO SCIENCE WEAPONS BIOWARFARE

EBOLA VIRUS BY AIR Chemtrails NANO SCIENCE WEAPONS BIOWARFARE

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DARK SECRETS NANO SCIENCE WEAPONS of DESTRUCTION Environmental and Economic Aspects of Nanoscience my.safaribooksonline.com/book/current-affairs/...nanoscience/ch05 Chapter 5. Environmental and Economic Aspects of Nanoscience - ... This Book · Nanotechnology and Homeland Security: New Weapons for New Wars ... PNNL: Nanoscience and Nanotechnology - National Security www.pnnl.gov/nano/security.stm Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Effective personal protection and counter terrorist forensic analyses require efficient capture of chemical weapons materials and the exclusion of interferents. National Security, Health and Nanoscience | Innovation ... www.innovation-america.org/national-security-health-and-nanoscience While Livermore's primary goals are ensuring the effectiveness of the nation's nuclear weapons stockpile and protecting the nation against chemical and ... Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Society books.google.com/books?isbn=1452266174 David H. Guston - 2010 - ‎SCIENCE However, the development of new types of weapons based on nanotechnology may require revision of many arms controls treaties and rethinking cur- rent ... Sandia National Labs: PCNSC: Research: Nanosciences www.sandia.gov/pcnsc/research/nano.html Sandia National Laboratories Nanosciences. Throughout the scientific community, including Sandia National Laboratories (SNL), researchers say building things atom-by-atom or ... Nanotechnology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nanotechnology Wikipedia Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 14. USA: American Scientific Publishers. ..... Electromagnetic weapon · Coilgun · Railgun · Plasma weapon ... ‎Applications - ‎Supramolecular chemistry - ‎Impact of nanotechnology - ‎History Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in Engineering books.google.com/books?isbn=9814277924 2010 - ‎Science By attacking certain kinds of metals, rubbers and lubricants of conventional weapons, specially designed nanobots could destroy these weapons by consuming ... A Study On Nanotechnology And Nanoscience Biology Essay www.ukessays.com › Essays › Biology There is a wide range of samples taken from the scene of suspected chemical or biological weapons to be analyzed, but the method of analysis slightly different ... Antonya Sanders—Promoting nanoscience integration ... www.lanl.gov/.../antonya-sanders-wome... Los Alamos National Laboratory Mar 17, 2014 - Antonya Sanders—Promoting nanoscience integration through outreach. Bringing together university faculty, students, researchers and other ... Nanoscience and Nanotechnology - Complete University ... www.thecompleteuniversityguide.co.uk › Courses › Options Also the idea of weapons being made using nanotechnology frightens many. Nanoscience and nanotechnology encompasses many areas of science including ...
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Biological Fiber Optic Nanotech - Venus' Flower Basket

Biological Fiber Optic Nanotech - Venus' Flower Basket

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Euplectella aspergillum, also known as the "Venus flower-basket" is one of the most unique and interesting lifeforms on earth. This is a truly alien-like organism as this species of sponge has a silica exoskeleton which forms an intricate cage, held together by protein filaments only a few nanometers across. In effect, this animal is almost entirely made of a nano-structured glass. Along with microscopic Diatoms, this sponge is an example of how a lifeform can incorporate silicon in its biology and although it is not truly silicon-based life (as its DNA is fundamentally the same as ours) it is an insight in how different elements can be incorporated in diverse lifeforms restricted to just one planet, bringing new possibilities in what extraterrestrials might be like on other worlds. Euplectella has tiny projections known as spicules extend from the base of the structure. The layering of the spicules on the nanoscale allows the sponge to grow filaments of glass fibers which are far stronger than any glass made by humans. These are used to reinforce the sponge and to couple to lens structures in the sponge which transmit light generated by bioluminescent bacteria within the sponge's body. This unique adaptation allows the sponge to focus bio-luminescent light into fibers to attract prey in the dark ocean depths for itself and for the species of shrimp which lives inside the sponge in a symbiotic relationship. Joanna Aizenberg of Bell Laboratories/Lucent Technologies and her colleagues tested the optical properties of these biological fibers and found that the sponge parts had a comparable index of refraction to man-made cables and would thus be equally good at transmitting information. Moreover, the spicules are incredibly resistant to breakage, which is a problem for telecommunication wires. The fibers made from the spicules are so flexible you can literally tie a knot in a fiber of them and it will not break, something which is impossible with current fibers. If recreated by humans, such fibers could be made into sophisticated optical circuits, such as microscopic tunable lasers or polarization controllers allowing for ultrafast and secure fiber optic communications. Through millions of years of evolution, this sponge has come up with a remarkable solution to a problem that has puzzled the world's top chemists and materials scientists for decades: how to get simple inorganic materials, such as silicon, to assemble themselves into complex nano- and microstructures. Currently, making a microscale device--say, a transistor for a microchip--means physically carving it out of a slab of silicon; it is an expensive and demanding process. But nature has much simpler ways to make equally complex microstructures using nothing but chemistry, namely by starting at the molecular level and building up to form macroscopic structures such as crystals. The Venus' flower basket sits on the seabed thousands of meters below the surface of the western Pacific, the sponge extracts silicic acid from the surrounding seawater. It converts the acid into silicon dioxide--silica--which, in a remarkable feat of biological engineering, it then assembles into a precise, three-dimensional structure that is reproduced in exact detail by every member of its species. What makes the sponges' accomplishment so impressive is that it doesn't require high temperatures or toxic chemicals necessary for human manufacture of complex inorganic structures. Material Physicists and Chemists are trying to figure out how humans could replicate the sponge's chemistry to make artificial, flexible nano-fibers which would self assemble in similar ways to the natural Venus' flower basket. If achieved this would help revolutionize telecommunications and optical computing, perhaps even making the final leap towards room-temperature coherent quantum computing, which has been accomplished using diamonds, using laser pulses with tunable wavelengths and polarization directions.
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Nanotechnology Presentation Online v1

Nanotechnology Presentation Online v1

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Adventures in nanotechnology and superconducting seaweed | Zoe Schnepp | TEDxUniversityofBirmingham

Adventures in nanotechnology and superconducting seaweed | Zoe Schnepp | TEDxUniversityofBirmingham

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Imagine the word ‘chemistry’ for a moment. You probably have a picture in your mind of someone in a white lab coat and goggles with brightly-coloured solutions bubbling away in front of them. There are almost certainly some toxic signs around! If you visit most chemistry research centres then you will probably see a lot of chemists that fit this picture quite well. In my lab, however, we have boxes of crab shells, a selection of butterfly wings and various seaweed extracts. When it comes to chemistry, nature has had a 3500000000 year head start! So we have decided to use some of the remarkable chemicals available in nature to make a whole range of nanomaterials. Zoe Schnepp is passionate about Green Chemistry both in her research and the potential for changing negative public perceptions of chemistry. She is from the UK but has also lived and worked in the US, Germany and Japan. With diverse interests in sustainable materials, nanotechnology and biomass, Zoe leads a growing research group in the School of Chemistry at the University of Birmingham. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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Nanotechnology for Clean Water

Nanotechnology for Clean Water

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In a “Science Nation” video released by the National Science Foundation, Stony Brook chemist Benjamin Hsiao explains that traditional water filters are made of polymer membranes with tiny pores to filter out bacteria and viruses. Hsiao’s filters are made of fibers that are all tangled up, and the pores are the natural gaps between the strands. The team’s first success at making the new nanofilters uses a technique called electrospinning to produce nanofibers under an electrical field.
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Evolution of Regulations in Nanotechnology

Evolution of Regulations in Nanotechnology

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Video taken at in-cosmetics Asia – The leading exhibition and conference in Asia for personal care ingredients – takes place in Bangkok in November – more info at www.in-cosmeticsasia.com Speaker is Belinda Carli, Director of Institute of Personal Care Science, more info at at www.personalcarescience.com.au
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Present and future of nanotechnology from a political perspective

Present and future of nanotechnology from a political perspective

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Professor Sir Adrian Smith gives his views on the future of nanotechnology and the politics involved. For more information please visit http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/centres/nanoscienceandnanotechnology/eventssummary/event_14-2-2011-14-31-4
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4 2 14 Dr Hildy®   Melinda Kidder of Columbia Investigations Remote Sensing Mystery Unveiled Hour 2

4 2 14 Dr Hildy® Melinda Kidder of Columbia Investigations Remote Sensing Mystery Unveiled Hour 2

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4-2-14- Dr. Hildy®: Mushroom Wisdom, Breast Cancer, Alzheimer's *AND* Remote Sensing Mystery Unveiled *OneCellOneLightRadio with Dr. Hildegarde Staninger® , RIET-1 Wednesday, April 2, 2014 1:00-3:00PM Pacific (2-4pm Mountain; 3-5pm Central,4-6pm Eastern) This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy broadens our horizons with two special guests on two special topics! Hour 2 Guest – MELINDA KIDDER, Columbia Investigations *The Investigators with Integrity* http://www.columbiainvestigations.com http://www.diyspy.blogspot.com In the second hour, Dr. Hildy welcomes Private Investigator Melinda Kidder of Columbia Investigations to discuss her work with individuals who have mysteriously had computer chips and sensors implanted into their body. Columbia Investigations is one of a small handful of specialized agencies or individuals in the United States who are qualified to offer scans for frequency identification in individuals. In addition, Columbia Investigations has supplemental testing which will become the standard via the National Registry of Environmental Professionals (NREP) Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) Training, Exam and Certification regimen. Using a specific set of equipment, Columbia Investigations helps clients by conducted repeated scans, at intervals, over a period of approximately two hours in order to allow for intermittent signals either being transmitted or received, if any devices or nano-materials are present in the client’s body. Join Dr. Hildy and her guests this week as they discuss mushrooms and mysterious nanotechnology on One Cell One Light Radio!
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Nanotechnology - Sequencing DNA

Nanotechnology - Sequencing DNA

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This is a video I made for a nanotechnology class back in the spring semester of 2008. I've noticed that that recently, more news is being reported about the technology known as nanosequencing, especially nanopores, so I thought I'd put this out there for anyone who might want to know about it a little more. This is the first video I've posted that wasn't recorded on my phone. I used iMovie and CC photos (for the most part) so please don't expect a michael bay/steven spielberg production.
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