CEP: June 2008

When I was a Girl Scout, we sang a song called "Make New Friends"that went like this: Make new friends, But keep the old, One is silver, And the other's gold. As children, we thought of friends as people, or perhaps a pet or an imaginary companion...

Nanosensors: Evolution, Not Revolution...Yet

News Feature
Suzanne A. Shelley
Promising nanotechnology-enabled sensors, monitoring devices and analytical instruments continue to advance toward commercialization for diverse industrial, environmental, medical and military applications— but hurdles remain.

Choose the Right Elastomer

William M. Stahl
Match a material's performance to process conditions to reduce leaks, improve safety and extend the mean time between failures (MTBF).

Understand Discrete Nanoscale Transport

On The Horizon
Samir Mitragotri, Chinmay Pangarkar, Anh-Tuan Dinh
Unlike mass, energy and momentum transfer, which are described by continuum equations, the movements and interactions of the nanoscale entitites within a cell constitute the transport phenomenon known as discrete nanoscale transport (DNT).
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