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20 Mar 2019
Jenny Stanford Publishing

Pan Stanford Publishing will be renamed as Jenny Stanford Publishing from 1 April 2019 onwards. This change will be reflected in all of our publications. In addition to being focused on the best of micro- and nanoscale science and technology, the new imprint will expand into and assimilate other topical disciplines from the humanities, law, and liberal arts. Our publications are exclusively distributed by Taylor & Francis worldwide and will continue to be promoted together with the...


14 Sep 2018
Simon Deleonibus Launches New Book Series on Intelligent Nanosystems

A few years ago, I was invited to edit a book series on Intelligent Nanosystems. The series attracts many well-known international authors and researchers on today’s hottest topics of nanosystems and nanoelectronics. The books in the series are intended for educators, graduate students, researchers, and engineers. The series offers readers the opportunity to enjoy the highest-level tutorial reports on the most advanced research results and will be useful in strengthening their own resea...


03 Aug 2016
Magnetic Microbots to Fight Cancer

Magnets steer medical microbots through blood vessels by Sylvain Martel Late one crisp October night in 2006, a hospital technician in Montreal slid the limp body of an anesthetized pig into the tube of a magnetic resonance imaging machine, or MRI. A catheter extended from a large blood vessel below its neck—a carotid artery. Into the catheter, a surgeon injected a steel bead slightly larger than the ball of a ballpoint pen. In a room next door, my engineering g...


24 Nov 2014
Grace Zhang Receives NIH New Innovator Award

Medical researchers are steps closer to creating human organs using 3D printers, but they have significant barriers to cross before science fiction becomes a reality. A George Washington University researcher is addressing those obstacles with a project that could pave the way for complex tissue regeneration. Lijie Grace Zhang, an assistant professor in the School of Engineering and Applied Science, has received a prestigious 2014 Director’s New Innovator Award f...


22 Jan 2014
Rachid Yazami awarded the 2014 Charles Stark Draper Prize

Congratulations to our author, Rachid Yazami, in winning the 2014 Charles Stark Draper Prize! The National Academy of Engineering annually awards the Charles Stark Draper Prize, which is given for the advancement of engineering and the education of the public about engineering. It is one of three prizes that constitute the "Nobel Prizes of Engineering". Rachid Yazami is editor of Nanomaterials for Lithium-Ion Batteries. The following article was reproduced from N...


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