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National Nano Engineering Conference

NASA Tech Briefs' 2007 National Nano Engineering Conference (NNEC) is being held November 14-15 at the Marriott Boston Copley Place. The NNEC is the premier event focused on current and future nano- technology developments. The event also includes the presentation of the third annual Nano 50™ Awards with a special awards dinner on November 14. Dr. Robert M. K. Carlson will be the featured speaker at the awards dinner.

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Virus Simulation Software



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Techs of the Week

An input assisting device for CAD operation is designed to circumvent time-consuming and conventional methods of using a mouse. The technology comprises sensors and a physical/structural framework which is most effective when constructing a three dimensional object in a free-space field. This device enhances the synergy between man and machine by optimizing the input or mechanical characteristics of the hand. The device realizes a time-saving environment and instinctive interface. Go here for more info.

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Technology for Visually Impaired



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Hydrogen Sensor

It took millions of dollars and more than a decade of research and development, but a unique hydrogen sensor invented and patented in 1994 by scientists at Sandia National Laboratories is about to finally find its way into the commercial sector. What makes the Wide-Range Hydrogen Sensor unique is the fact that it was the first to incorporate a field effect transistor (FET) and a resistor on the same chip. The combination of these two components gives it the ability to sense a wide range of hydrogen concentrations from large amounts down to several parts per million.

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NextTechs Technology Business Briefs



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Ultra-Wideband Recording Stretches to Keep Up With Digitizers

Systems designers are always pressing for faster and faster real-time performance, and data acquisition technology continues to evolve to meet that need. Currently available high-performance digitizers perform in the range of 2 to 5 GS/sec, and some new instruments are featuring 7 GS/sec digitizers for transient capture.

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