Nanotechnology Chapter Webinar | Watching Single Enzymes at Work

This talk introduces an approach that traps single unmodified proteins from a solution in a plasmonic hotspot and makes it possible to assign changes in the local refractive index to changes in protein conformation while monitoring these changes for minutes to hours with a temporal resolution at least as fast as 40 microseconds.

IEEE Nanotechnology Seminar (Hybrid) | Electron Transport in Discontinuous Metal Thin Films

Nottingham Trent University Lecture Theatre 3, Teaching and Learning Building, Clifton Campus, Nottingham

IEEE Nanotechnology Seminar (Hybrid) | Electron Transport in Discontinuous Metal Thin Films by Emeritus Prof James E Morris The presentation will review the conventional model [1] but will then move on to a review of the experimental discrepancies that cannot be explained by that model [2]. These discrepancies can all be resolved by [...]

Hybrid Event | University of Bristol IEEE Student Branch and IEEE Nanotechnology UK & Ireland Chapter Joint Industry Talk

University of Bristol 1.11 The Old Council Chamber, Wills Memorial Building, Bristol

IEEE Nanotechnology UK & Ireland Chapter and University of Bristol IEEE Student Branch are pleased to announce a joint industry talk - Timing Analysis in digital silicon devices: Challenges and techniques for timing closure in modern chips - at the University of Bristol.

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