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Graphene Composites And G-Form Create Strategic Alliance To Develop And Distribute ‘Made In The USA’ Coronavirus-Killing Products For Healthcare…

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June 1, 2020 Graphene Composites Limited (GC), a nano-materials technology company that produces a range of composites that are amongst the strongest, lightest, and most resilient materials available, and G-Form LLC (G-Form), a pioneer of comfortable athletic protective gear that is light, flexible to wear and hardens on impact to prevent injury, have created an alliance in Rhode Island to develop and distribute cutting-edge Made in the USA new products that capture and kill Coronavirus.

Utilizing a breakthrough technology from GC, G-Form medical protective equipment and athletic gear/apparel will be pre-treated with a GC silver nanoparticle/graphene oxide ink application that captures and kills Coronavirus droplets that spread from an infected person. This is different to products that are currently available as it is the first product that will both capture and kill Coronavirus.

Our team at GC has been aggressively developing this solution to provide healthcare workers and athletes the confidence to perform their tasks. Quickly developing and deploying our virus-killing ink would make a significant difference in slowing the rate of infection thus saving many lives, said Sandy Chen, CEO & Co-Founder, GC.

Two months ago, G-Form pivoted its Smithfield, RI manufacturing plant to the production of PPE face shields and has already produced more than 1 million units. A brand that protects athletes from injury, G-Form understands the complexity and demands of team sports. As high schools, universities, and professional sports organizations actively plan to re-start their operations this summer, the measures to prevent the spread of Coronavirus are paramount.

Athletes around the world are anxiously awaiting to return to their sports but understand there will be necessary precautions in the new normal. Whether you are a professional sports league commissioner, a youth league administrator or a high school athletic director, protecting participants from further Coronavirus spread is their overriding concern. In working closely with Sandy and his team at Graphene Composites, we are optimistic about our ability to become an integral part of the safe return to team sports, in addition to providing improved PPE to healthcare professionals, said Glen Giovanucci, CEO of G-Form.

No solution currently exists to effectively pre-treat athletic equipment, apparel or footwear prior to practices and games. This pre-treatment will not only absorb Coronavirus droplets, it will eliminate them. This also applies to gyms and fitness centers throughout the world. Developing this added layer of protection is the very essence of why and how these companies with Rhode Island roots are working together.

With pre-treatment of face shields and face masks, healthcare workers will now receive the highest level of protection available, making current PPEs more effective which is a key priority to both companies. As economies throughout the world re-open, healthcare workers may be subject to further infection, and current PPE needs to improve. This alliance serves to be a part of that solution.

The products are in active testing at a leading Ivy League university and laboratories in both the UK and U.S., with patents pending. Once complete and successful, EPA approvals and production will immediately follow.

About Graphene Composites: GC is an innovative nanomaterials technology company, driven by an ethos to create life-changing products. Using graphene and other nanomaterials, we produce a range of composites that are amongst the strongest, lightest, most resilient materials ever created. A leader in our field, we have the ability to combine science, connected applications and productization rapidly and efficiently.

About G-Form: G-Form is a leading sports protective gear brand that designs and manufactures innovative protective products that are comfortable to wear, and strong enough to prevent injury. G-Forms purpose is to provide athletes with clarity of mind and to focus on what they do bestperform, while G-Form products deliver on what they do best protect. The companys proprietary SmartFlex technology allows the consumer to push their personal limits without compromising performance, comfort or style. G-Forms high-performance protective gear has become the chosen equipment for athletes across multiple categories, including MTB, BMX, soccer, baseball, volleyball and professional stunt.

For further information: Sandy Chen, Chief Executive Officer +44 7710 537631 sandy.chen@graphenecomposites.com To find out more about Graphene Composites Ltd, please visit our website http://www.graphenecomposites.com

Rob Kelley, VP of Global Marketing, G-Form 401-499-9738 rkelley@g-form.com To find out more about G-Form, please visit our website http://www.g-form.com

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Global Smart Nanomaterials Market 2020 Covering COVID-19 impact on Demand, Trends, Share, Opportunities, SWOT Analysis and Forecast-2026 – MENAFN.COM

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planarTECH IDEATI graphene mask – hands on review – Graphene-Info

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planarTECH recently launched its 2AM graphene-enhanced face masks, in collaboration with IDEATI. The company (which is now in the last two days of its successful crowdfunding financing round in our Graphene Crowdfunding Arena) was kind enough to send us a few samples of the masks for a short hands-on review.

The face mask has a design that uses unique graphene and other carbon nanomaterials coatings that take advantage of graphene's antibacterial and antistatic properties. The coating has been certified by the Thailand Textile Institute to reduce staphylococcus aureus (ATCC 6538) bacteria by 99.95% within a 24 hour period, and it also repels dust. The mask is washable and reusable (up to 10 times).

While we, of course, cannot verify these antibacterial properties, we did test the masks for a few days. In fact we also gave it to our kids who tested it in school. We're happy to report that the masks were very well received - they are quite comfortable (even when used for a few hours) and easy to handle. In addition they look quite good, and were approved by the younger generation.

planarTECH says that the graphene material also helps to spread heat and thus make the masks more comfortable. This could be true as indeed even in the Israeli summer the masks were comfortable to use for hours.

The mask design was performed by IDEATI, which licensed the technology to planarTECH. planarTECH uses graphene powder (PureGRAPH10) supplied by Australia-based First Graphene. planarTECH expects to order around one tonne of graphene powder each year for these masks.

planarTECH started to ship these masks globally. US customers can use this link to order the masks. The cost is $24.95 for a package of three masks. It is also available in the UK and the EU, here.

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COVID-19 Impact on Precision Medicine Market: Outlook, Growth, Key Driving Players and Industry Analysis Report 2026 – Cole of Duty

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Precision medicine (PM) is an approach to patient care that allows doctors to select treatments that are most likely to help patients based on a genetic understanding of their disease. Personalized nanomedicine involving individualized drug selection and dosage profiling in combination with clinical and molecular biomarkers can ensure the maximal efficacy and safety of the treatment. The major hindrance toward the development of such therapies is the handling of the Big Data, to keep the databases updated. Robust automated data mining tools are being developed to extract information regarding genes, variations, and their association with diseases. Phenotyping, an integral part of PM, is aimed at translating the data generated at cellular and molecular levels into clinically relevant information.Precision Medicine Moves Care from Population-Based Protocols to Truly Individualized Medicine as President of the US announced the Precision Medicine Initiative in his 2015 State of the Union address. Under the initiative, medical care would transition from a one-size-fits-all approach to an individualized approach, in which data on each patients genomic makeup, environment, and lifestyle (the exposome) helps medical professionals tailor treatment and prevention strategies. To achieve the Precision Medicine Initiative mission statement, to enable a new era of medicine through research, technology, and policies that empower patients, researchers, and providers to work together toward development of individualized care, researchers and clinicians need vast and varied amounts of data and the technology to ensure that data is widely accessible and usable.

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Based on technology type, the market is fragmented into big data analytics, bioinformatics, gene sequencing, drug discovery, companion diagnostics, and others.Recent technological and analytical advances in genomics, have now made it possible to rapidly identify and interpret the genetic variation underlying a single patients disease, thereby providing a window into patient-specific mechanisms that cause or contribute to disease, which could ultimately enable the precise targeting of these mechanisms

Based on the market segment by application type, the market is segmented into oncology, respiratory diseases, central nervous system disorders, immunology, genetic diseases and others. With the advent of precision medicine, cancer treatment is moving from a paradigm in which treatment decision isprimarily based on tumor location and histology followed by molecular information to a new paradigm whereby treatment decisions will be primarily based on molecular information followed by histology and tumor location

Based on the market segment by end-user, the market is fragmented into hospitals & clinics, pharmaceuticals, diagnostic companies, Healthcare-IT firms and others. The precision medicine suppliers that understand technology and the goals of value-based healthcare can create value in the precision medicine value-chain by offering value-based solutions and platforms to interpret and connect data points. There are a number of technology companies who work in the field of precision medicine and more will be founded in the years to come

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Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment Market Research Report 2020: Key Players, Applications, Drivers, Trends and Forecast to 2026 – WaterCloud News

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The report examines the major players, including the profiles of the major players in the market with a significant global and / or regional presence, combined with their information such as related companies, downstream buyers, upstream suppliers, market position, historical background and top competitors based on the Sales with sales contact information.

Regional Description:

The Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment market was analyzed and a proper survey of the market was carried out based on all regions of the world. The regions listed in the report include: North America (United States, Canada, and Mexico), Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia, and Italy), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, and Southeast Asia), South America (Brazil, Argentina , Colombia etc.), Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa). All these regions have been studied in detail and the prevailing trends and different possibilities are also mentioned in the market report.

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In addition, the report categorizes product type and end uses as dynamic market segments that directly impact the growth potential and roadmap of the target market. The report highlights the core developments that are common to all regional hubs and their subsequent impact on the holistic growth path of the Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment market worldwide. Other valuable aspects of the report are the market development history, various marketing channels, supplier analysis, potential buyers and the analysis of the markets industrial chain.

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4 Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment Market Outlook

4.1 Overview 4.2 Market Dynamics 4.2.1 Drivers 4.2.2 Restraints 4.2.3 Opportunities 4.3 Porters Five Force Model 4.4 Value Chain Analysis

5 Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment Market, By Deployment Model

5.1 Overview

6 Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment Market, By Solution

6.1 Overview

7 Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment Market, By Vertical

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8 Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment Market, By Geography

8.1 Overview 8.2 North America 8.2.1 U.S. 8.2.2 Canada 8.2.3 Mexico 8.3 Europe 8.3.1 Germany 8.3.2 U.K. 8.3.3 France 8.3.4 Rest of Europe 8.4 Asia Pacific 8.4.1 China 8.4.2 Japan 8.4.3 India 8.4.4 Rest of Asia Pacific 8.5 Rest of the World 8.5.1 Latin America 8.5.2 Middle East

9 Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment Market Competitive Landscape

9.1 Overview 9.2 Company Market Ranking 9.3 Key Development Strategies

10 Company Profiles

10.1.1 Overview 10.1.2 Financial Performance 10.1.3 Product Outlook 10.1.4 Key Developments

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The impact of spycraft on how we secure our data – ComputerWeekly.com

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The cyber security industry has come a long way since its inception. The ancestors of cyber were the men and women working at Bletchley Park during the Second World War, long before the introduction of what we would consider modern cyber security practices but even before then, humans used codes and ciphers to keep information safe for millennia. Even Julius Caesar popularised a cipher which was named after him.

More recently, developments have been driven by the intelligence and defence sectors, which have a real need to uncover as well as keep sensitive intelligence safe. Some of these innovations were showcased recently at the Science Museums Top Secret exhibition, which ran from July 2019 to February 2020 to coincide with the 100th anniversary of GCHQ, the UKs intelligence, security and cyber agency.

It also gives us the context as to where developments have originated, and the ways in which they will subsequently impact how businesses keep their data safe from cyber criminals in the future.

The threats organisations face today are varied from organised crime groups to nation-state hackers, as well as individual hackers. One of the ways organisations try to defend themselves is through encryption.

Ciphers have been around for centuries in one form or another from non-standard hieroglyphs in the walls of tombs built in ancient Egypt almost 4,000 years ago, to substitution ciphers developed 1,200 years ago by Arab mathematician Al-Kindi. The rise of electronic communications during the Cold War led to monumental developments in ciphers and encryption technology, which were used to keep phone conversations secure.

Today, the focus for many organisations and businesses is the use of encryption on mobile devices, enterprise networks and cloud services. Given the impact of mobile devices and digital communication on how organisations conduct their business with partners and customers globally, this has been a key development ensuring conversations remain private while enabling fast and secure communication.

Today, encryption is used in all sectors for medical data in healthcare, customer information in banking, and much more. This highlights the importance of all areas of industry, outside of tech and IT, learning from the intelligence communitys experience developing advanced solutions to secure communications and data.

Many technologies initially developed by the intelligence community have become commonplace in keeping our everyday communications secure, according to Elizabeth Bruton, curator of the Science Museums Top Secret exhibition.

Randomness has always been used to disguise messages, she said. Though the technology today is radically different, the basic principles of encryption using long strings of random characters letters and numbers have changed very little over the past 100 years. The Top Secret exhibition features letter tiles used by the Government Code and Cypher School staff at Mansfield College, Oxford, during the Second World War.

GC&CS staff pulled these tiles out of a bag to create long strings of random numbers or letters, she said. They were used to make encryption keys and one-time pads to keep British wartime messages secure. Today, randomness underpins some of the encryption systems we use to keep our communications secure.

Also featured in the Top Secret exhibition is a chaotic pendulum used by the internet security company Cloudflare to help keep online messages secret. Cloudflare uses readings from devices such as this pendulum and a wall of lava lamps to make long strings of random numbers, said Bruton. These random numbers help create keys that encrypt the traffic that flows through Cloudflares network.

Although its interesting to see how todays cyber security solutions have been influenced by the past, emerging technologies can also help us gaze into the future. One of the exhibits in the Top Secret exhibition consists of parts from a quantum computer. This new computing paradigm has the potential to rewrite how we use technology.

Quantum computers could significantly weaken our cyber defences by processing information in a manner completely different to that of traditional computers. Work is already underway to develop quantum-resistant encryption that is likely to become a common business practice in the next decade.

Breakthroughs such as quantum computing are a reminder that organisations should constantly be thinking about how the threats they face evolve. After all, cyber crime is set to cost businesses over $2tn this year alone. Todays new tech could be tomorrows threat, and bad actors such as organised cybercriminals and nation-state attackers will always look to exploit the latest and greatest tech.

Cyber criminals are often quick to use new technologies. Since they dont operate in regulated industries or need to consider customers and users, they can be more efficient at harnessing these technologies for harm than organisations are at harnessing them for good.

The cyber security sector is experiencing tremendous growth, driven by our dependence on technology. Global cyber security spending is expected to reach $248bn by 2026.

As such, its prudent for all organisations to look at both the past and the future if they want to remain safe from cyber criminals and invest wisely. The crossover between what technologies the intelligence sector has developed and how these have been adopted into mainstream cyber security solutions highlights the many years of research it takes to keep data safe.

As organisations face ever more threats, they should look to learn as much as they can from every sector and be open to sharing best practices to ensure robust defences.

Subject to the anticipated reopening of the UKs museums as Covid-19 pandemic restrictions ease, the Top Secret exhibition is scheduled to open at Manchesters Science and Industry Museum in October 2020.

Mark Hughes is senior vice-president of security at DXC Technology

Let's face it, cloud security can be done very wrong. Let's learn to do it right. Regular Computer Weekly contributor Peter Ray Allison explores this issue, weighing up the questions organisations should be asking of their cloud service providers, and whose responsibility cloud security should be.

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Advancing Production Flow Profiling With Subatomic Fingerprints and Big Data Analytics – Journal of Petroleum Technology

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This paper describes a smart-tracer-portfolio testing and design solution for multistage hydraulic fracturing which will, write the authors, enable operators to reduce operating cost significantly and optimize production in shale wells. The technology combines recently developed smart tracers with advanced subatomic measurements in an automated process with stringent quality control that assures precise tracer addition onsite and provides accurate and actionable completion diagnostics results at a fraction of the cost of production-logging testing, distributed temperature testing, or distributed acoustic sensing.

Multistage hydraulic fracturing operations costsincluding high-pressure pumping, proppant, and fluidranged from $2.9 million to $5.6 million per well in a typical US shale well in 2018, representing close to 60% of the total drilling and completion cost for each well. Yet industry studies reported that up to 50% of the clusters and stages and up to 40% of the fracture networks do not produce in the current geometric factory-mode-completion approach, leading to estimates that up to 40% of the drilled and completed shale wells in North America alone could be uneconomical.

Additionally, interactions between fractures in adjacent horizontal wells, and the costly negative effects of these interactions, have become the focus of much discussion and debate within the technical community. The impetus for this attention has been the effect of these interactions on productivity and the mechanical integrity of the parent wells.

These issues drive the need for oil and gas operators to have more-accurate, affordable, and timely data on the performance of individual fracturing stages, measured intrawell communication, and temporary and long-term frac/frac connections to enable improved decision-making and optimization of multistage hydraulic fracturing operations as well as overall field development.

The complete paper describes smart tracer technology, including a patented portfolio and fracturing-/completion-optimization work flow; laboratory testing and performance analysis; and integration with completion diagnostics.

To control the effectiveness of multistage hydraulic fracturing stimulation treatments, it is essential to use special tracing methods based on the addition of the labeled substance to the proppant, water, or gas, and monitor the release of tracers with flowback water and produced oil and gas from the current well or nearby observation wells. Currently, conventional water- and oil-soluble chemical substances with fluorescent properties and ionic, organic materials, or radioactive isotopes, are used as the tracers. Tracers with fluorescent properties and ionic and organic materials are high-cost, limited to chemical-measurement techniques at a molecular level, and often have reported false-positive results for long-term communication. Environmental regulations in many countries prohibit the use of radioactive tracers (i.e., radioactive isotopes) because they pollute the environment and could contaminate subsurface layers.

The authors, in collaboration with a nanotechnology partner, developed and commercialized a portfolio of smart tracers based on proprietary particles developed from low-cost materials. The technology uses advanced subatomic spectroscopy-measurement techniques to map the distribution of well production, the performance of each fracturing stage, crosswell interference, and environmental containment. The complete paper presents a description and illustration of the work flow.

To provide quantitative and qualitative interpretation, all smart tracers undergo rigorous laboratory testing and validation. Each smart tracer is tested for thermal and pressure stability, settling time, particle size distribution, reservoir static, and dynamic adsorption, as well as other characteristics during the testing process.

The next step is to align and refine each smart tracer design with preplanned fracturing design and estimated well-completion-flow profile. This is required for performance testing of the smart particles recovery efficiency for minimum and maximum flow rates at stage level. For this paper, a shale operator provided a typical completion design for smart-tracer-performance verification testing at the following downhole conditions.

The assumption for these conditions is that the shale well has averaged 1.5 open perforations per cluster during the period while the well is producing at 4,000 B/D or higher. In reality, the production rate may fall off quickly, so long-term monitoring of smart tracer recovery would also rely on smart particles being able to move at a much lower rate. Additionally, the performance of moving the smart tracer in the horizontal section of the shale well is considered. If the stage closest to the toe is producing 100 BLPD (or 0.0486 gal/sec) with 4-in. liner, the fluid is moving at 0.0814 ft/sec.

To accomplish such flow profiling and smart-tracer-recovery testing, a special unit was designed and deployed under expert supervision for a dedicated study of each smart-tracer-flow profile by simulated hydraulic fracturing with fracturing sand and at downhole wellbore conditions using different flow-profile rates at each stage. The complete paper presents a detailed discussion of the testing unit and procedure.

The smart tracer recovery was tested using an actual shale well completion design provided by an operator assuming 400,000 lb of 40/70 fracturing sand per stage. The projected flow velocity at the cluster level ranged from 0.13.0 gal/min, and detection limited up to 1ppm from the milligram sample collected from the testing, as shown in Fig.1. The results indicated a very good volume of smart tracer recovery from the first run with 9.2% at 3 gal/min and with 6% at 0.1 gal/min. These results were then verified using subatomic instruments for fingerprinting identification.

Completion diagnostics is a complex, multidisciplined task that requires knowledge of formation evaluation, geologic and geomechanics modeling, reserves estimation, hydraulic fracturing pressure analysis, and dynamic simulation. It is required to identify the reasons for good or poor performance in horizontal well stages determined through smart tracer diagnostics and to verify each stages contribution to the total well production rate.

As with conventional fields, shale well stage production rate is defined by the presence of hydrocarbon in place, formation quality (brittleness, porosity, and permeability), and completion efficiency (perforation strategy and hydraulic fracturing-treatment design). Hydrocarbon presence in shale formations can be characterized by total organic content. Formation organic content is normally determined in the laboratory by kerogen extraction from the core sample and its further analysis. In the field, organic reach intervals can be found using resistivity, spectral gamma ray, and mud logs.

Unconventional fields often are not well characterized by subsurface data needed for formation evaluation and limited modeling for accurate geological and geomechanical assessment. Nevertheless, the industry has accumulated a huge amount of subsurface data. More than 2million wells have been drilled in the US alone, and most currently developed basins are covered with seismic, well logging and core data, geological, and tectonic information. These legacy data are used to understand geology, correlations, and trends of rock distribution in studied areas to construct reliable models and predict well-production potential.

The complete paper discusses the role of formation evaluation, geomechanics analysis, diagnostic fracture injection testing, and fracturing pressure diagnostics and their importance to analyzing and optimizing hydraulic fracture performance, completion-design efficiency, and well productivity. According to the authors, legacy information and new insightful learning gained from different types of geologic data need to be combined in one reliable solution, but the correlations between these types of information can be highly complex and not always analytically clear. The future of shale-formation characterization is deep machine learning and big data analytics employing different kinds of neural networks, a biologically inspired programming approach that enables computers to learn from observational data.

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National Academies Will Hold Briefing Webinar on Quadrennial Review of NNI – Lexology

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As reported in our April 8, 2020, blog item, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (National Academies) published a prepublication copy of A Quadrennial Review of the National Nanotechnology Initiative: Nanoscience, Applications, and Commercialization. The National Nanotechnology Coordination Office (NNCO) asked the National Academies to form an ad hoc committee to conduct a quadrennial review of the National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) pursuant to the 2003 21st Century Nanotechnology Research and Development Act, which authorized the NNI to coordinate the nanotechnology-related research and development (R&D) of 26 federal agencies. On June 9, 2020, from 1:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. (EDT), the National Academies will hold a report briefing webinar featuring its report, A Quadrennial Review of the National Nanotechnology Initiative. During the webinar, members of the ad hoc committee will discuss how U.S. nanotechnology programs compare to those in other nations, whether coordination under the NNI should continue, and how to improve the NNIs R&D strategy to enhance further U.S. economic prosperity and security. Speakers will take questions from the audience.

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The global Nanotechnology Drug Delivery market study presents an all in all compilation of the historical, current and future outlook of the market as well as the factors responsible for such a growth. With SWOT analysis, the business study highlights the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of each Nanotechnology Drug Delivery market player in a comprehensive way. Further, the Nanotechnology Drug Delivery market report emphasizes the adoption pattern of the Nanotechnology Drug Delivery across various industries.

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The following manufacturers are covered: Johnson & Johnson Merck & Co Roche Bayer Novartis Pharmaceuticals Pfizer Amgen Celgene Corporation Angiotech Pharmaceuticals Capsulution Pharma AlphaRx Inc. Calando Pharmaceuticals Copernicus Therapeutics Elan Corporation Nanotherapeutics PAR Pharmaceutical

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Aerospace Nanotechnology Market Current Trends, SWOT Analysis, Business Overview and Forecast by 2028 | Key Players: Airbus, Glonatech, Flight Shield,…

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A recent report published by QMI on theAerospace Nanotechnology Marketis a detailed assessment of the most important market dynamics. After carrying out a thorough research of aerospace nanotechnology market historical as well as current growth parameters, business expectations for growth are obtained with utmost precision.

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The study identifies specific and important factors affecting the market for aerospace nanotechnology during the forecast period. It can enable companies investing in the aerospace nanotechnology market to change their production and marketing strategies in order to envisage maximum growth.

According to the report, the aerospace nanotechnology market has been segmented by product type (nanomaterials, nanotools, nanodevices), by end-user (aircraft parts, fuselage structure, aero engine parts, aircraft electronic communication system, other).

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The market has been segmented in major regions to understand the global development and demand patterns of this market. For aerospace nanotechnology market, the segments by region are North America, Asia Pacific, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Middle East, and Rest of the World. During the forecast period, North America, Asia Pacific and Western Europe are expected to be major regions on the aerospace nanotechnology market.

North America and Western Europe have been dominant players in this market with the presence of major companies which have a strong infrastructure to boost aerospace &defense sector. In addition, some of the major countries like the US, France, UK, and Canada has been global exporters of aerospace &defense technologies due to established research & development centers, and others.Also, some of the major companies operating in aerospace nanotechnology market are headquartered in these regions.

The Asia Pacific region is estimated to register fastest growing aerospace nanotechnology market since some of the major economies like China, India, and South Korea are present in the region. In recent decades, these countries have witnessed strong government spending on defense infrastructure, as well as promoting air transport and space research. During the forecast period, the Middle East region is estimated to be a potential region for aerospace nanotechnology market in the aerospace and defense sector. It is estimated that Eastern Europe will have stable demand during the forecast period. Also, the rest of the world is expected to be an emerging market with increasing demand.

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Agricultural Nanotechnology Market Analysis by Key Players, Type, Applications and Forecasts to 2020-2025 – Cole of Duty

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Nanotechnology in agriculture is the application of extremely small tools such as sensors, which can be used for agricultural development. The global agricultural nanotechnology market is also segmented by end users which includes: farmers/producers, R&D institutes and government organizations. In 2017, the global Agricultural Nanotechnology market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% during 2018-2025.

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This report focuses on the global Agricultural Nanotechnology status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. The study objectives are to present the Agricultural Nanotechnology development in United States, Europe and China.

The key players covered in this study Catalytic Materials Chasm Technologies Hybrid Plastics Hyperion Catalysis International Integran Technologies NanoMaterials Technology Nanocyl Nanophase Technologies Nanosys PEN Quantum Sphere Shenzhen Nanotech Port Starpharma Zyvex Espin Technologies

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Market analysis by product type Crop Protection Soil Improvement Water Purification Plant Breeding Nanoparticles Production

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The study objectives of this report are: To analyze global Agricultural Nanotechnology status, future forecast, growth opportunity, key market and key players. To present the Agricultural Nanotechnology development in United States, Europe and China. To strategically profile the key players and comprehensively analyze their development plan and strategies. To define, describe and forecast the market by product type, market and key regions.

In this study, the years considered to estimate the market size of Agricultural Nanotechnology are as follows: History Year: 2017-2018 Base Year: 2017 Estimated Year: 2018 Forecast Year 2018 to 2025 For the data information by region, company, type and application, 2017 is considered as the base year. Whenever data information was unavailable for the base year, the prior year has been considered.

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1.1 Study Scope

1.2 Key Market Segments

1.3 Players Covered

1.4 Market Analysis by Type

1.4.1 Global Agricultural Nanotechnology Market Size Growth Rate by Type (2018-2025)

1.4.2 Crop Protection

1.4.3 Soil Improvement

1.4.4 Water Purification

1.4.5 Plant Breeding

1.4.6 Nanoparticles Production

1.5 Market by Application

1.5.1 Global Agricultural Nanotechnology Market Share by Application (2017-2025)

1.5.2 Farmers/Producers

1.5.3 R&D

1.5.4 Government Organizations

1.6 Study Objectives

1.7 Years Considered

Chapter Two: Executive Summary

2.1 Agricultural Nanotechnology Market Size

2.2 Agricultural Nanotechnology Growth Trends by Regions

2.2.1 Agricultural Nanotechnology Market Size by Regions (2017-2025)

2.2.2 Agricultural Nanotechnology Market Share by Regions (2017-2025)

2.3 Industry Trends

2.3.1 Market Top Trends

2.3.2 Market Use Cases

Chapter Three: Key Players

3.1 Agricultural Nanotechnology Revenue by Manufacturers (2017-2018)

3.2 Agricultural Nanotechnology Key Players Head office and Area Served

3.3 Key Players Agricultural Nanotechnology Product/Solution/Service

3.4 Date of Enter into Agricultural Nanotechnology Market

3.5 Key Players Agricultural Nanotechnology Funding/Investment Analysis

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Global Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment Market 2020 Industry Analysis by Manufacturers, Type, Application, End-User and Forecast by 2025 – 3rd Watch…

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Global Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment Market Growth (Status and Outlook) 2020-2025 comprises of all the fundamental data with respect to the market covering broad examination of industry portions. While examining the global Nanotechnology in Cancer Treatment market, the market current flow and patterns, industry development drivers, market share, sales volume, informative diagrams, supply and demand, and numerous different aspects were taken into consideration. The report presents bits of knowledge into the general business close by the market measurements and assessment for the span 2020 to 2025. The report comprises essential and auxiliary information including commitments from leading players in the market. A basic view of information and strategies are also given for business administrators.

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Market segment by product types considering production, revenue (value), price trends: Nanoparticles, Nanorods, Nanofibers, Graphene, Metal-Organic Frameworks, Nanobiosensors, Nanofluidic Devices, Nanotools

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Global trade impact of the Coronavirus Carbon Nanotubes Conductive Inks Market Shares, Strategies and Forecast Worldwide, 2019-2027 – 3rd Watch News

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Detailed Study on the Global Carbon Nanotubes Conductive Inks Market

A recent market study throws light on some of the leading factors that are likely to influence the growth of the Carbon Nanotubes Conductive Inks market in the upcoming decade. The well-researched market study touches upon the growth potential of various budding market players in the current Carbon Nanotubes Conductive Inks market landscape. Moreover, established players, stakeholders, and investors can leverage the data in the report to formulate effective growth strategies.

As per the report, the Carbon Nanotubes Conductive Inks market is forecasted to reach a value of ~US$XX by the end of 2029 and grow at a CAGR of ~XX% through the forecast period (2019-2029). The key dynamics of the Carbon Nanotubes Conductive Inks market including the drivers, restraints, opportunities, and trends are thoroughly analyzed in the presented report.

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The report segments the Carbon Nanotubes Conductive Inks market on the basis of end-use industry and offers a detailed understanding of the supply-demand ratio and consumption pattern of the Carbon Nanotubes Conductive Inks in each end-use industry.

The following manufacturers are covered: Fujikura Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan) Inktec Corporation (Korea) Advanced Nano Products Co. Ltd. (Korea) Creative Materials Inc Novacentrix Applied Nanotech Holdings Inc. (Texas, U.S.) Bando Chemical Industries, Ltd. (Japan) Cartesian Co. (New York) Cima Nanotech Inc. (Oakdale, U.S.) Colloidal Ink Co., Ltd. (Japan) Daicel Corporation (Tokyo, Japan) Methode Electronics, Inc. (Illinois, U.S.) Parker Chomerics (Massachusetts, U.S.) Ppg Industries Inc. (Pennsylvania, U.S.) Conductive Compounds Inc Vorbeck Materials Corporation Agfa-Gevaert N.V. (Belgium) Agic Inc. (Tokyo, Japan)

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Segment by Type Carbon Black Graphite

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Nanotechnology Drug Delivery Competitive Market Research Report 2020: Key Players, Applications, Drivers, Trends and Forecast to 2026 – WaterCloud…

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The report examines the major players, including the profiles of the major players in the market with a significant global and / or regional presence, combined with their information such as related companies, downstream buyers, upstream suppliers, market position, historical background and top competitors based on the Sales with sales contact information.

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The Nanotechnology Drug Delivery Competitive market was analyzed and a proper survey of the market was carried out based on all regions of the world. The regions listed in the report include: North America (United States, Canada, and Mexico), Europe (Germany, France, United Kingdom, Russia, and Italy), Asia-Pacific (China, Japan, Korea, India, and Southeast Asia), South America (Brazil, Argentina , Colombia etc.), Middle East and Africa (Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Nigeria and South Africa). All these regions have been studied in detail and the prevailing trends and different possibilities are also mentioned in the market report.

Sales and sales broken down by Product:

In addition, the report categorizes product type and end uses as dynamic market segments that directly impact the growth potential and roadmap of the target market. The report highlights the core developments that are common to all regional hubs and their subsequent impact on the holistic growth path of the Nanotechnology Drug Delivery Competitive market worldwide. Other valuable aspects of the report are the market development history, various marketing channels, supplier analysis, potential buyers and the analysis of the markets industrial chain.

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1 Introduction of Nanotechnology Drug Delivery Competitive Market

1.1 Overview of the Market 1.2 Scope of Report 1.3 Assumptions

2 Executive Summary

3 Research Methodology of Verified Market Research

3.1 Data Mining 3.2 Validation 3.3 Primary Interviews 3.4 List of Data Sources

4 Nanotechnology Drug Delivery Competitive Market Outlook

4.1 Overview 4.2 Market Dynamics 4.2.1 Drivers 4.2.2 Restraints 4.2.3 Opportunities 4.3 Porters Five Force Model 4.4 Value Chain Analysis

5 Nanotechnology Drug Delivery Competitive Market, By Deployment Model

5.1 Overview

6 Nanotechnology Drug Delivery Competitive Market, By Solution

6.1 Overview

7 Nanotechnology Drug Delivery Competitive Market, By Vertical

7.1 Overview

8 Nanotechnology Drug Delivery Competitive Market, By Geography

8.1 Overview 8.2 North America 8.2.1 U.S. 8.2.2 Canada 8.2.3 Mexico 8.3 Europe 8.3.1 Germany 8.3.2 U.K. 8.3.3 France 8.3.4 Rest of Europe 8.4 Asia Pacific 8.4.1 China 8.4.2 Japan 8.4.3 India 8.4.4 Rest of Asia Pacific 8.5 Rest of the World 8.5.1 Latin America 8.5.2 Middle East

9 Nanotechnology Drug Delivery Competitive Market Competitive Landscape

9.1 Overview 9.2 Company Market Ranking 9.3 Key Development Strategies

10 Company Profiles

10.1.1 Overview 10.1.2 Financial Performance 10.1.3 Product Outlook 10.1.4 Key Developments

11 Appendix

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Conductive Inks Market Report 2020: Acute Analysis of Global Demand and Supply 2026 with Major Key Player: Fujikura Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan), Inktec…

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Due to the pandemic, we have included a special section on the Impact of COVID 19 on the Conductive InksMarket which would mention How the Covid-19 is Affecting the Industry, Market Trends and Potential Opportunities in the COVID-19 Landscape, Key Regions and Proposal for Conductive Inks Market Players to battle Covid-19 Impact.

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Top Leading players covered in the Conductive Inks market report: Fujikura Ltd. (Tokyo, Japan), Inktec Corporation (Korea), Advanced Nano Products Co. Ltd. (Korea), Creative Materials Inc, Novacentrix, Conductive Compounds Inc, Vorbeck Materials Corporation, Agfa-Gevaert N.V. (Belgium), Agic Inc. (Tokyo, Japan), Applied Nanotech Holdings Inc. (Texas, U.S.), Bando Chemical Industries, Ltd. (Japan), Cartesian Co. (New York), Cima Nanotech Inc. (Oakdale, U.S.), Colloidal Ink Co., Ltd. (Japan), Daicel Corporation (Tokyo, Japan), Methode Electronics, Inc. (Illinois, U.S.), Parker Chomerics (Massachusetts, U.S.), Ppg Industries Inc. (Pennsylvania, U.S.), Promethean Particles Ltd. (Nottingham, U.S.) and More

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Market Segment by Type covers: Silver Conductive Inks Copper Conductive Inks Conductive Polymers Ink Carbon Nanotubes Ink Dielectric Ink Carbon/Graphene Ink Others

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Regions Covered in the Global Conductive Inks Market: The Middle East and Africa (GCC Countries and Egypt) North America (the United States, Mexico, and Canada) South America (Brazil etc.) Europe (Turkey, Germany, Russia UK, Italy, France, etc.) Asia-Pacific (Vietnam, China, Malaysia, Japan, Philippines, Korea, Thailand, India, Indonesia, and Australia)

Years Considered to Estimate the Conductive Inks Market Size: History Year: 2015-2019 Base Year: 2019 Estimated Year: 2020 Forecast Year: 2020-2026

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May 2020 Global Aircraft Nano Coating Market Report 2020 COVID 19 Impact Analysis on Key Players AnCatt, Applied Thin Films, FlightShield, Glonatech,…

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Market Segmentation: Segmentation by Type: Anti-corrosion Nano Coating, Thermal Barrier Nano Coating, Anti-icing Nano Coating, Others

Segmentation by Application: Civil Aviation, Military Aviation

Segmentation by Key Players: b> AnCatt, Applied Thin Films, FlightShield, Glonatech, CHOOSE NanoTech, General Nano, HR ToughGuard, Surfactis Technologies, Tesla NanoCoatings

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Table of Content : Global Aircraft Nano Coating Market Report 2019: Market Size, Status and Forecast Till 2027 Chapter 1. Industry Overview of Global Aircraft Nano Coating Chapter 2 Global Aircraft Nano Coating Competition Analysis by Players Chapter 3 Company (Top Players) Profiles Chapter 4 Global Aircraft Nano Coating Market Size by Type and Application (2014-2019) Chapter 5 Development Status and Outlook Chapter 11 Market Forecast by Regions, Type and Application (2019-2027) Chapter 12 Global Aircraft Nano Coating Market Dynamics Chapter 12.1 Global Aircraft Nano Coating Industry News 12.2 Global Aircraft Nano Coating Industry Development Challenges 12.3 Global Aircraft Nano Coating Industry Development Opportunities (2019-2027) Chapter 13 Market Effect Factors Analysis Chapter 14 Global Aircraft Nano Coating Market Forecast (2019-2027) Chapter 15 Research Finding/Conclusion Chapter 16 Appendix To check the complete Table of Content click here: @ https://www.cognitivemarketresearch.com/chemical-%26-materials/aircraft-nano-coating-market-report#table_of_contents

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Iron Nanorobots Go Undercover to Track Living Cells Inside the Body – SciTechDaily

§ June 1st, 2020 § Filed under Nano Medicine Comments Off on Iron Nanorobots Go Undercover to Track Living Cells Inside the Body – SciTechDaily

Labeled cells could be tracked either in cell cultures or once injected into a living animal. Credit: 2020 KAUST

Customizable magnetic iron nanowires pinpoint and track the movements of target cells.

Living cells inside the body could be placed under surveillancetheir location and migration noninvasively tracked in real time over many daysusing a new method developed by researchers at KAUST.

The technique uses magnetic core-shell iron nanowires as nontoxic contrast agents, which can be implanted into live cells, lighting up those cells location inside a living organism when scanned by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The technique could have applications ranging from studying and treating cancer to tracking live-cell medical treatments, such as stem cell therapies.

Jrgen Kosel and his team recently showed that core-shell iron nanowires could selectively kill cancer cells with a combination attack, delivering an anticancer drug into target cells while also puncturing the cells membrane and unleashing blasts of heat. Now, in collaboration with researchers from the CIC biomaGUNE in San Sebastian, Spain, the team has shown that the same type of iron core, iron-oxide shell nanowires, can be used for noninvasive medical imaging. The nanowires could potentially be used as theranostic agents, able to identify, track and then take out target cells.

Cell labeling and tracking has become an invaluable tool for scientific and clinical applications, says Aldo Martinez-Banderas, a Ph.D. student in Kosels team. One of the key aspects of cell tracking studies is the sensitivity to detect a small number of cells after implantation, so the strong magnetization and biocompatibility of our nanowires are advantageous characteristics for MRI tracking.

The nanowires performed well as MRI contrast agents, even at very low concentrations, and the magnetic response could be tuned by altering the thickness of the nanowire shell, the team showed. The nanowires biocompatibility permitted long-term tracking of the live cells. The nanowires interacted with cells without compromising their survival, functionality or capacity to proliferate, Martinez-Banderas explains. The labeled cells could be tracked either in cell cultures or once injected into a living animal. The strong magnetization of the nanowires enabled the detection of approximately 10 labeled cells within the brain of a mouse for a period of at least 40 days, which allowed us to trace their exact location and fate in the animal, Martinez-Banderas says.

These core-shell nanowires have various additional features, including the ability to control them magnetically to guide them to a particular location, to carry drugs, or be to heated with a laser, Kosel says. Combining all of that with the capability of tracking creates a theranostic platform that can open the door for very promising new approaches in nanomedicine.

Reference: Magnetic coreshell nanowires as MRI contrast agents for cell tracking by Aldo Isaac Martnez-Banderas, Antonio Aires, Sandra Plaza-Garca, Lorena Cols, Julin A. Moreno, Timothy Ravasi, Jasmeen S. Merzaban, Pedro Ramos-Cabrer, Aitziber L. Cortajarena and Jrgen Kosel, 12 March 2020, Journal of Nanobiotechnology. DOI: 10.1186/s12951-020-00597-3

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The Largest Roadblock In Quantum Computing Has Been Passed …

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Quantum computers are thought to be the next big step in computing technology. They would have enough power to tackle large-scale problems including modeling viruses like COVID-19, the creation of new medicines, complex cryptography, and the development of catalysts to reduce energy consumption. Unfortunately, this technology is considered to be more than a decade from practical use. However, a major breakthrough has been made that could bring quantum computing within reach.

Dr Henry Yang and Professor Andrew Dzurak: hot qubits are a game-changer for quantum computing ... [+] development.

A group of researchers led by Professor Andrew Dzurak at UNSW Sydney has shown that a silicon-based qubit can operate at higher temperatures than normal. They used this breakthrough to design a new type of quantum chip that is much easier to work with. Their proof of concept was published recently in Nature and has most likely broken through one of the toughest roadblocks in quantum computing.

What is a Qubit?

Qubits are the fundamental units of quantum computing. Just like a regular bit in your home computer, the qubit can represent a 0 or a 1 and when working together they form a binary code that is the basis for computer processing. The qubit is more advanced because it can also manifest both the 1 and 0 states at the same time. This is known as a superposition and is the basis for quantum computing.

It may not sound like much but when millions of these qubits are working together they can tackle problems that no supercomputer on the planet can handle.

Regular Qubits vs Silicon Qubits

Currently, regular qubits have to be kept at a temperature that is just fractions of a degree over absolute zero, which is colder than deep space. In order to maintain that temperature, top of the line refrigeration technology has to be used. This costs millions of dollars and takes a large amount of space. A full-scale quantum computer using regular qubits would require an entire building just to store the cooling units.

Dr. Dzuraks team has designed a chip that uses silicon-based qubits that can operate at a temperature of about 1.5 Kelvin. Which is still really cold but would only require thousands of dollars worth of refrigeration rather than millions.

Silicon Qubits are able to operate at a temperature that is 15 times hotter than Regular Qubits. ... [+] This gives them many advantages such as a refrigeration budget of thousands of dollar rather than millions

The good news does not stop there. The silicon qubits ability to operate at higher temperatures actually helps jump a second hurdle. The use of regular computer chips next to quantum chips has always been an issue because they generate enough heat to instantly overheat regular qubits.

Unfortunately, regular computer chips are required to control the read and write operations of the quantum chips. However, we can pull enough heat away from them that they will not interfere with silicon qubits. This small difference makes the construction of a quantum computer possible.

These breakthroughs are ahead of their time and have brought quantum computing technology much closer. There are still more than a few challenges to be met but there is no reason to think the technology is still a decade away.

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The University of New Mexico Becomes IBM Q Hub’s First University Member – Quantaneo, the Quantum Computing Source

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The NC State IBM Q Hub is a cloud-based quantum computing hub, one of six worldwide and the first in North America to be part of the global IBM Q Network. This global network links national laboratories, tech startups, Fortune 500 companies, and research universities, providing access to IBMs largest quantum computing systems.

Mainstream computer processors inside our laptops, desktops, and smartphones manipulate bits, information that can only exist as either a 1 or a 0. In other words, the computers we are used to function through programming, which dictates a series of commands with choices restricted to yes/no or if this, then that. Quantum computers, on the other hand, process quantum bits or qubits, that are not restricted to a binary choice. Quantum computers can choose if this, then that or both through complex physics concepts such as quantum entanglement. This allows quantum computers to process information more quickly, and in unique ways compared to conventional computers.

Access to systems such as IBMs newly announced 53 qubit processor (as well as several 20 qubit machines) is just one of the many benefits to UNMs participation in the IBM Q Hub when it comes to data analysis and algorithm development for quantum hardware. Quantum knowledge will only grow with time, and the IBM Q Hub will provide unique training and research opportunities for UNM faculty and student researchers for years to come.

How did this partnership come to be? Two years ago, a sort of call to arms was sent out among UNM quantum experts, saying now was the time for big ideas because federal support for quantum research was gaining traction. Devetsikiotis vision was to create a quantum ecosystem, one that could unite the foundational quantum research in physics at UNMs Center for Quantum Information and Control (CQuIC) with new quantum computing and engineering initiatives for solving big real-world mathematical problems.

At first, I thought [quantum] was something for physicists, explains Devetsikiotis. But I realized its a great opportunity for the ECE department to develop real engineering solutions to these real-world problems.

CQuIC is the foundation of UNMs long-standing involvement in quantum research, resulting in participation in the National Quantum Initiative (NQI) passed by Congress in 2018 to support multidisciplinary research and training in quantum information science. UNM has been a pioneer in quantum information science since the field emerged 25 years ago, as CQuIC Director Ivan Deutsch knows first-hand.

This is a very vibrant time in our field, moving from physics to broader activities, says Deutsch, and [Devetsikiotis] has seen this as a real growth area, connecting engineering with the existing strengths we have in the CQuIC.

With strategic support from the Office of the Vice President for Research, Devetsikiotis secured National Science Foundation funding to support a Quantum Computing & Information Science (QCIS) faculty fellow. The faculty member will join the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering with the goal to unite well-established quantum research in physics with new quantum education and research initiatives in engineering. This includes membership in CQuIC and implementation of the IBM Q Hub program, as well as a partnership with Los Alamos National Lab for a Quantum Computing Summer School to develop new curricula, educational materials, and mentorship of next-generation quantum computing and information scientists.As part of the Q Hub at NC State, UNM gains access to IBMs largest quantum computing systems for commercial use cases and fundamental research. It also allows for the restructuring of existing quantum courses to be more hands-on and interdisciplinary than they have in the past, as well as the creation of new courses, a new masters degree program in QCIS, and a new university-wide Ph.D. concentration in QCIS that can be added to several departments including ECE, Computer Science, Physics and Astronomy, and Chemistry.

Theres been a lot of challenges, Devetsikiotis says, but there has also been a lot of good timing, and thankfully The University has provided support for us. UNM has solidified our seat at the quantum table and can now bring in the industrial side.

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NASA Supercomputer Used to Fight COVID-19 – Voice of America

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A consortium of U.S. government agencies and private industry is using the U.S. space agency NASAs supercomputer to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic, examining everythingfromhow the virus interacts with cells in the human body,to genetic risk factors,to screening for potential therapeutic drugs.

The consortiumwas organized by the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and includes industry partners IBM, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Amazon, Microsoft and others, as well as the Department of Energys National Laboratories, the National Science Foundation, and several universities.

The consortium is a pairing up supercomputing resources with proposals for using high-end computing power for COVID-19 studies. The agencys supercomputer is housed at NASAs Ames Research Center in northern California, and, while it is usually used for Earth and space-related projects, it has time reserved for national priorities.

Supercomputers are suited for processing large amounts of data and are invaluable for NASAs usual projects, such as running simulations used to hunting for planets outside our solar system, studying the behavior of black holes, or designing aeronautic or aerospace vehicles.

Likewise, it is well-suited forrunning simulations to help researchers understand COVID-19. The computer-run simulations help researchers understand how the coronavirus reacts on the cellular and molecular level.

The NASA computer so far is being used to study geneticriskfactorsin the virus that may lead toRespiratory DistressSyndrome, (ARDS); develop 3D molecular geometry to search forpossibledrugtherapies against the virus, research the coronavirusproteinshelland how itmay besusceptible to drugs or vaccines, and toidentify COVID-19-relatedbiomarkersand how they react with the human body tocausereactions.

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