Monthly Archives: April 2007

30 Apr

I’m sure that you’ve heard a lot about nanoart, but yesterday I read a very interesting article about a nanoart artist. Jan Kirstein, an art teacher at Western Hills High School, was one of 15 artists from four countries whose … Continue reading

27 Apr

Veeco Instruments Inc. – a nanoscience instrumentation supplier has finalized an agreement with Leica Microsystems – manufacturer of optical microscopy systems. This agreement is about driving the biological and nano-medicine research. The main part of this collaboration is an integration … Continue reading

27 Apr

Recently I read about microscopes, that different kinds of microscopes have been among the most important tools in the biologist’s kit for a long time. In the very beginning everything was very simple, but at present days there are instruments, … Continue reading

24 Apr

Well, nowadays, many people talk about nanotechnology. Do you honestly know what nanotechnology is? The basic definition of nanotechnology is that it’s the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale. But in its original sense, nanotechnology represents the projected … Continue reading

24 Apr

Yesterday I was searching the internet, and all of a sudden I saw some pictures that drew my attention. They were so gorgeous, and as I saw more, I liked them more and more. In my mind I thought that … Continue reading

20 Apr

When the rocks come from the outer space, we call them meteorites, they arose so much interest in our minds. Asteroids can tell us about the earliest history, the dawn of the solar system. These rocks are part of the … Continue reading

20 Apr

The optic microscope uses visible light together with a set of lenses which help to magnify tiny specimens placed under it. Nowadays this microscope is considered to be the oldest. But at the same time optic microscope is the easiest … Continue reading

18 Apr

I happened that I had to make a report about the history of microscopes. So, the fact that in 19th century people couldn’t take photos with microscopes, because they simply didn’t have that feature. But the interesting fact in order … Continue reading

18 Apr

In a scientific journal “Nature” it was confirmes that in NY man’s navel has been discovered a small, but a very perfect Mayan temple. Dr. Iuchi Sukoka of the Ohio General Hospital, inspected the inner portion of man’s navel, and … Continue reading

18 Apr

Igor Smolyaninov, Yu-Ju Hung, and Christopher Davis at Maryland University, US, created a “superlens”, which refracts light I unconventional ways. This method allows an optical microscope to see beyond the normal limit of its vision. In mind researchers have hope … Continue reading