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Eaton K (Submitted) Seawater Plus Fresh River Water Plus Nanotechnology Equals Green Electricity. Available at: http://www.fastcompany.com/1743836/seawater-plus-fresh-river-water-plus-nanotech-equals-green-electricity.
Aerogels A (Submitted) Silica Aerogel (Open Source Nanotech) Available at: http://www.aerogel.org/?p=16.
St Pancras International Station, London - Railway Technology (Submitted) Available at: http://www.railway-technology.com/projects/stpancrasinternation/.
Bergeron L (Submitted) Stanford Researchers Use River Water and Salty Ocean Water to Generate Electricity. Available at: http://news.stanford.edu/news/2011/march/saline-rechargeable-battery-032811.html.
Study Summary—NUCRYST NPI 32101 Phase 2A Results (Submitted) Available at: http://www.nucryst.com/documents/rd_9202004.pdf.
Jiang s. (Submitted) Surface Enhanced Raman Scattering Spectroscopy. Available at: http://mit.edu/sjiang2/www/Resources/Term%20Paper_SERS.pdf.
Malloy M, Litt LC (Submitted) Technology review and assessment of nanoimprint lithography for semiconductor and patterned media manufacturing. Journal of Micro/nanolithography, MEMS, and MOEMS. 10. Available at: http://www.molecularimprints.com/pdf/archives/news_articles11/JM3%202011%20imprint%20overview%20SEMATECH.pdf.
Peters F (Submitted) Tires and Nanomaterials [PowerPoint]. Available at: http://nano.gov/sites/default/files/transportation_-_peters_revised.pdf.
Two UCSF Scientists Put Their Discoveries to Work. (Submitted) Available at: http://ucsfchancellor.ucsf.edu/priorities/two-ucsf-scientists-put-their-discoveries-work.
Lathrop J (Submitted) UMASS Amherst Research Develops ‘Second Skin’ Military Fabric to Repel Chemical and Biological Agents. Available at: http://www.umass.edu/newsoffice/umass-amherst-research-develops-%E2%80%98second-skin%E2%80%99-military-fabric-repel-chemical-and-biological-agents.
Roh IJ, Bartels C, Wilfe M (Submitted) Use of Dendrimers to Enhance Selective Separation of Nanofiltration and Reverse Osmosis Membranes (US Department of Interior Bureau of Reclamation) Available at: http://www.usbr.gov/pmts/water/publications/reports.html.

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