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Given that stringent safety checks already exist for new medicines, does the FDA really need a nanotech task force?
Academic participation in nanomedicine research is welcomed by European industries. The recipe for success may or may not include creativity, but it will certainly require awareness of drug development and approval processes.
The magnetization direction in the centre of a submicrometre magnetic disk can now be switched by an electrical current. This discovery demonstrates the potential of realizing all-electrically controlled magnetic memory devices.
Multiferroics might hold the future for the ultimate memory device. The demonstration of a four-state resistive memory element in a tunnel junction with multiferroic barriers represents a major step in this direction.
To achieve the often-promised capabilities of polymer nanocomposites, the properties of the interfacial region between polymer and filler must be controlled. Model nanocomposites offer a path towards understanding the physics of this region.
The integration of semiconducting nanowires and metallic nanoparticles in a single device leads to a biosensor with enhanced sensitivity that detects molecules over a broad range of concentrations.
The assembly of nanoparticles in polymer films is driven by a complex combination of both enthalpic and entropic effects. Careful control of these factors during preparation can lead to finely structured composites.
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