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          Microscope Accessories Market to Witness Exponential Growth by 2025      Cache   Translate Page      

Albany, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/06/2018 -- Microscope is an instrument used to visualize objects which cannot be seen through the naked eye. The science of investigating such small objects using microscope is known as microscopy. Optical microscope is one of the common types of microscope. Other microscopes include fluorescence microscope, electron microscopes, and scanning probe microscopes and its types.

A typical microscope includes accessories such as eye piece, objective lenses, condenser lenses, diaphragms, and nosepiece. Advanced microscopy includes an image analysis software, which analyses the image and presents it on a screen. Microscopy is used primarily in research applications such as to study cell biology, pathology, nanotechnology, understand the pathogenesis of disease, and virology.

The global microscope accessories market is expected to grow at a moderate rate during the forecast period. Surge in biopharmaceutical funding for manufacturing and development of drugs, high research activities in the fields of cell biology and electron microscopy, and development of various antiviral products are the major factors expected to drive the global microscope accessories market.

Furthermore, growing popularity of nanotechnology, technologically advanced products such as digital image processing which leads to high resolution and defined imaging, spur in adoption of microscopes etc. are factors attributed to drive the global market. High cost of the equipment, lack of knowledge, and ignorance regarding microscope accessories in some regions are factors likely to restrain the global market.

The global microscope accessories market can be segmented based on type, instrument, end-user, and region. In terms of type, the global market can be categorized into objectives and nosepieces, microscope condensers, microscope cameras, image analysis software, and others. Based on instrument, the global microscope accessories market can be divided into optical, scanning probe, electron, and others. The electron microscope segment is anticipated to hold a significant share of the global market owing to high adoption in research because of better image resolution.

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In terms of end-user, the global market can be classified into health care & pharmaceutical, academic & research institutes, and others. The health care & pharmaceutical industry segment is expected to hold a significant share of the global market during the forecast period due to increase in pharmaceutical industries and growing research in nanotechnology, virology, and other sectors.

Geographically, the global microscope accessories market can be segmented into North America, Latin America, Middle East & Africa, Europe, and Asia Pacific. North America dominates the global microscope accessories market in terms of revenue. Europe is anticipated to hold a significant share of the global market. Advanced technology, presence of large number of prominent players, high research activities, and surge in manufacturing of cell based products such as vaccines propel the microscope accessories market in the region.

Asia Pacific is anticipated to register the fastest growth due to rise in health care expenditure, increase in government initiatives and funding for research in academics, surge in adoption of microscopes in the health care industry, and increase in investments by market players in the emerging economies.

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Key players operating in the global microscope accessories market have adopted various strategies such as cost effectiveness and efficiency, and geographical expansion. Major players operating in the global microscope accessories market are Bruker, Carl Zeiss AG, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., PerkinElmer Inc., Leica Microsystems, and Thomas Scientific, among others.

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Każdego dnia nasze zęby ulegają stopniowemu zużyciu. Mechaniczne bodźce (związane ze spożywaniem twardych warzyw, ziaren i bakalii czy używaniem szczoteczki) oraz substancje chemiczne (jak choćby kwasy zawarte w sokach czy pokarmach) przyczyniają się do powstawania niewidocznych gołym okiem, mikroskopijnych rys, pęknięć, a nawet szczelin, w których zbiera się następnie osad i namnażają bakterie. To niestety prosta droga do starcia szkliwa, utraty naturalnego połysku zębów i - oczywiście - rozwoju próchnicy. Dążąc do zatrzymania tego destrukcyjnego procesu firma BlanX we współpracy z laboratorium LEBSC stworzyła pastę, a także szereg innych produktów do pielęgnacji zębów, które za sprawą nanotechnologii naprawiają ubytki w szkliwie i zębinie! Poznaj innowacyjną formułę BioRepair i już dziś wypróbuj moc nowoczesnej, domowej profilaktyki w walce o olśniewający uśmiech!

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Study could transform care for organ transplant recipients.
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe has totally skipped what may be Tony Stark's most important story - just what happened to him between <em><a href="">Spider-Man: Homecoming</a> </em>and <a href=""><strong><em>Avengers: Infinity War</em></strong></a>. In those few years, it's becoming clear that he didn't just crack one new technology - nanotech - but that, instead, he had a whole series of breakthroughs. And Tony's work would undoubtedly have exerted real pressure upon his relationship with Pepper Potts.
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Secondary packaging revamp biggest CPG focus for e-commerce
More than 70% of CPGs are planning changes to their secondary package to prevent damage and avoid excessive use of materials, according to a new study from PMMI Business Intelligence.

The report, “E-Commerce 2018: Think Inside The Box,” reveals that while only 39 percent of CPGs are considering changing primary package, the vast majority of respondents are looking at changing their secondary package.

This includes a whopping 72% searching for more durable materials to prevent damage. This opens the door to materials like molded pulp fiber that may have appeared more costly at first because of die costs, but compared to 30% of e-commerce packages getting returned, look more attractive.

“We are looking at molded pulp products for added protection, compostable bags, and recycled corrugated,” said one Sr. Packaging Engineer for a Consumer Goods Company.

In fact, fifty-six percent of respondents reported looking for recyclable or compostable shipping materials, while 21% are looking for smart temperature sensing. “Film materials in the future will utilize nanotechnology to embed temperature indicators to verify if the product remains viable when it reaches the consumer,” said one manager of a contract packaging operation.

Primary packaging is changing too, as well as machinery considerations. For more information, download the FREE Executive Summary below. PMMI members can access entire report here.

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Guide (broché). Paru en 10/2018

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N'acceptons pas les yeux fermés les fausses promesses d'un avenir de la technologie où nous conduisent les NBIC : Nanotechnologies, biologies, intelligence artificielle et sciences cognitives désormais entre les mains de quelques têtes brûlées?qu'ont fait de nous les GAFA en une décennie? Quel est cet humain 3.0 qu'ils nous promettent? Sommes nous désormais enfermés dans un monde virtuel loin de tout principe de réalité?plus du tout sujet mais assujettis. Quelle destiné nous promet l'intelligence artificielle? Va t-elle nous considérer comme inaptes?les algorythmes vont ils procéder à une réorganisation mécanicienne du vivant et faire de nous des humains machinisés?

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Researchers have developed a novel type of immunotherapy based on innovative nanotechnology that induces long-term organ transplant acceptance in mice. Their study could transform patient care and help to overcome barriers that prevent successful long-term transplant outcomes.
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Widom-Larsen theory unveils additional surprising similarities and connections between LENRs and chemical catalysis. Synopsis: recent extensions of the Widom-Larsen theory of LENRs have for the first time revealed additional striking and unexpected similarities between electroweak nuclear catalysis --- collective many-body en + pn reaction in condensed matter --- and enzymatic catalysis, inorganic chemical catalysis, plasmon-mediated chemical photocatalysis with “hot” charge carriers, as well as widely published nanotechnology concept of heterometallic plasmonic antenna-reactor nanoparticles for photocatalysis. Among a number of surprising commonalities between LENRs and chemical catalytic processes, many-body collective quantum effects and high local electric fields > 1010 V/m enable many chemical reactions and LENRs to proceed with substantial rates at vastly lower working temperatures and pressures. Existence of all these unexpected parallels suggests that valuable engineering insights can be obtained by data mining state-of-the art technical knowledge about nanotech and chemical catalysis and then applying and leveraging new insights derived therefrom to help accelerate future development of LENRs for power generation.
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Des chercheurs de l’Université McGill ont mis au point un nouveau type de nanoparticule de cellulose offrant une solution plus efficace et plus écologique à l’un des principaux problèmes des industries utilisant des ressources hydriques : l’accumulation de tartre.

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Hasan, M.M. and Haseeb, A.S. Md. Abdul and Saidur, Rahman and Masjuki, Haji Hassan and Johan, M.R. (2009) Structural, optical and morphological properties of TiO 2/Ag/ TiO 2 multilayer films. In: International Conference on Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, Nano-SciTech 2008, 2009, Selangor.
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Researchers have taken an ordinary white button mushroom from a grocery store and made it bionic, supercharging it with 3D-printed clusters of cyanobacteria that generate electricity and swirls of graphene nanoribbons that can collect the current.
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A new study is a step forward in understanding why perovskite materials work so well in energy devices and potentially leads the way toward a theorized 'hot' technology that would significantly improve the efficiency of today?s solar cells.

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Researchers take an ordinary white button mushroom and supercharge it with clusters of tightly-packed cyanobacteria and swirls of graphene nanoribbons to make electricity.

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Češi mají nejen zlaté ručičky, ale také chytré hlavy. Není žádným tajemstvím, že máme jedny z nejlepších vědců světa. Jejich...

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A research group successfully developed a methodology for enhancing thermoelectric power factor while decreasing thermal conductivity. By introducing ZnO nanowires into ZnO films, the thermoelectric power factor became 3 times larger than that of ZnO film without ZnO nanowires.

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Generating complex multi-principle element transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) is essential for the future development of new generations of quantum, electronic, and energy conversion materials is difficult.

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Chemists have developed a new hybrid catalyst for carbon monoxide oxidation consisting of hexagonal boron nitride and silver nanoparticles. This material makes it possible to get a full conversion of carbon monoxide at only 194 degrees Celsius.

          'Vingadores': Capa do livro mostra heróis enfrentando Thanos e várias outras artes      Cache   Translate Page      
O livro de arte 'The Avengers: Infinity War' teve sua capa divulgada em alta definição, e mostra os heróis lutando contra Thanos. Confira, com imagens tiradas do livro: Cover of Art of Avengers: Infinity War by Ryan Meinerding from r/marvelstudios Nas primeiras artes, vemos o vilão com suas armaduras. Porém, ele quase passou o segundo terço do filme sem camisa e com o torso completamente desprotegido. Veja os layers da armadura do Homem de Ferro no filme, montada por micropartículas. Confira: AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR concept art revealing the multiple layers of the Iron Man nanotech suit from r/marvelstudios O livro
          Wissenschaft zum Anfassen: Auf der Suche nach dem spektakulärsten Tier der Welt      Cache   Translate Page      
Die Durchblicker - Wissens-Reportagen von der Ostsee bis zum Bodensee | Das Deutsche Museum in München ist das größte naturwissenschaftlich-technische Museum der Welt. Bergbau, Segelschiffe oder Nanotechnik - hier findet sich alles, was das Herz des interessierten Laienforschers begehrt. In der Optikabteilung glänzen über hundert Mikroskope in den Vitrinen - es ist die größte Sammlung an Elektronen- und Lichtmikroskopen weltweit. Reporterin Yvonne Maier hat sich Isarwasser abgefüllt und einen Blick durch die Linse gewagt.
          'Bionic mushrooms' fuse nanotech, bacteria and fungi      Cache   Translate Page      
(Stevens Institute of Technology) Researchers from Stevens Institute of Technology have taken an ordinary white button mushroom from a grocery store and made it bionic, supercharging it with 3D-printed clusters of cyanobacteria that generate electricity and swirls of graphene nanoribbons that can collect the current.
          Stretchy solar cells a step closer      Cache   Translate Page      
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Ultrafast dynamics in van der Waals heterostructures.

Nat Nanotechnol. 2018 Nov;13(11):994-1003

Authors: Jin C, Ma EY, Karni O, Regan EC, Wang F, Heinz TF

Van der Waals heterostructures are synthetic quantum materials composed of stacks of atomically thin two-dimensional (2D) layers. Because the electrons in the atomically thin 2D layers are exposed to layer-to-layer coupling, the properties of van der Waals heterostructures are defined not only by the constituent monolayers, but also by the interactions between the layers. Many fascinating electrical, optical and magnetic properties have recently been reported in different types of van der Waals heterostructures. In this Review, we focus on unique excited-state dynamics in transition metal dichalcogenide (TMDC) heterostructures. TMDC monolayers are the most widely studied 2D semiconductors, featuring prominent exciton states and accessibility to the valley degree of freedom. Many TMDC heterostructures are characterized by a staggered band alignment. This band alignment has profound effects on the evolution of the excited states in heterostructures, including ultrafast charge transfer between the layers, the formation of interlayer excitons, and the existence of long-lived spin and valley polarization in resident carriers. Here we review recent experimental and theoretical efforts to elucidate electron dynamics in TMDC heterostructures, extending from timescales of femtoseconds to microseconds, and comment on the relevance of these effects for potential applications in optoelectronic, valleytronic and spintronic devices.

PMID: 30397296 [PubMed - in process]

          Wie riskant ist die Nanotechnologie?      Cache   Translate Page      
Chemie vom Feinsten. Gesprächsleitung: Gábor Paál. | Es diskutieren: Prof. Dr. Heidi Foth ¿ Universität Halle/Wittenberg, Mitglied im Sachverständigenrat für Umweltfragen, Prof. Dr. Harald Krug ¿ Empa Forschungsinstitut, St. Gallen, Dr. Mark Lohmann ¿ Bundesinstitut für Risikobewertung, Berlin

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