Nano Digest

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Nano Digest Launched

Nano Digest, India’s Premiere Magazine on Nanotechnology, was launched recently by Prof CNR Rao in Bangalore.

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Editor K Jayade, Prof CNR Rao and K Hari Prasad, CEO of Nano Digest unveiling the first issue of Nano Digest.

Editor K Jayadev, Prof CNR Rao and K Hari Prasad, CEO of Nano Digest unveiling the first issue of Nano Digest.

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Promotional Issue (Full)

Here is the full version of Promotional Issue of Nano Digest that was distributed to many people concerned with Nanotechnology field in India. Have a look at it and get ready to receive your Bumper Inaugural Copy of Nano Digest….

Nano Digest’s inaugural issue will be an ideal platform for all the people to talk and spread the message of their company by releasing an advertisement, to the captive readers in the field. With the magazine being directly reaching to all the scientific research institutes, universities, engineering and pharmacy colleges, industry and renowned scientists in India and abroad, this will be the place to utilize to take forward the message of your organization.

Confirm your advertisement for the inaugural issue by May 15..The advertisement material should reach us by May 18.

Contact:

K Hari Prasad: nanodigest@gmail.com

Cover Page of Promotional Issue of Nano DigestPage 2 - Advertisement TariffPage 3 - Ediorial PagePage 4Page 5Page 6Page 7 - Subscription Form

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Nano Digest Promotional Issue

Just to keep you all updated on the activity at Nano Digest. We are all working on bringing out the first issue of the magazine and it should be out in next couple of week’s time. Keep watching the space on the launch. Meanwhile, we have come out with a Promotional Copy of the magazine (called Dummy is journalistic terminology). This is to show the quality of the magazine and what is all about; to attract subscriptions and also for marketing purposes. Our people are reaching out to as many people as they can with the copy. Here is the cover page of the Promotional Copy for all of you.

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Nano Digest Logo Launch

Hello Everyone,

Once again let me thank you for you patient wait and at last the wait has come to an end. After a long wait, the Government of India has finally cleared the title of our magazine and has allotted us Nano Digest title.

So now lets all get into action and make Nano Digest a reality, a magazine that we have all been waiting for! Here we are officially launching the logo of the magazine.

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More posts on the latest will keep coming regularly from us. Watch this space.

Rgds

K Jayadev
Editor

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Multitasking Nanotechnology

Confocal microscope image of a self-assembled monolayer of a polychlorotriphenyl methyl radical patterned on a quartz surface. This multifunctional molecule behaves as an electroactive switch with optical and magnetic response.

Tiny electronically active chemicals can be made to form ordered layers on a surface, thanks to research supported by the European Science Foundation (ESF) through the EUROCORES programme SONS 2 (Self-Organised NanoStructures).

These nanostructured layers may one day be used to build the components of electronics devices, such as transistors and switches, for a future generation of powerful computers based on molecules rather than silicon chips.

Speaking at the European Materials Research Society (EMRS) meeting in Strasbourg, SONS II scientist Marta Mas-Torrent explained the potential of nanotechnology: “Currently, there is a great interest in employing functional molecules as building blocks for preparing devices since this will facilitate the move towards device miniaturization.”

On this scale, manipulating nanoscopic components requires skill and determination but by exploiting molecular self assembly, the researchers hope to build ordered layers just a single molecule thick using microcontact printing techniques borrowed from the electronics industry.

They are now creating different arrangements of monolayers on gold, silica, and other materials.

Source: European Science Foundation

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