Wednesday, October 14, 2015, 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
Tiny World of Nano – Updates and More
To compare life 100 years ago to that of today, one’s mind boggles at the technological advancements made in such a short period of time. Humans have lived on our planet for just a few thousand years, relatively speaking, and in such time lived relatively similar lives until the Renaissance era. After that period in our history, we still knew little in the way of science. However, in the last century of our existence we’ve really started to tap into what we’re capable of.
To think that 100 years ago, man had just barely achieved his dream of flight. And now, we fly at unthinkable speeds as if it was nothing. We can communicate with nearly anyone at any time on the planet. And we have access to almost any piece of information we could possibly have. With these advancements in technology has also come better medical practices and information. Now that we are in the digital age, we’re poised to take a huge step unlike any we’ve taken before.
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In this time of technological miracles, we are constantly being amazed by new breakthroughs. Just 10 years ago, the idea of being able to access nearly any piece of information you ever wanted to know from nearly anywhere in the world from a device you held in your hand would have seemed like something out of science fiction. But now, billions of people do it on a daily basis. And even less time ago, the idea that we could produce nearly any object from scratch in our own homes seemed like pure fantasy. But that time is soon upon us.
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes returning guest Veronica Hendricks to discuss the newest technological marvel – three-dimensional printing. While 3D printers have existed for a short time, they are too cost-prohibitive to be commonplace in our homes. But with the right materials and a cost-effective printer, creating a screwdriver, a toy, or textiles could become as easy as downloading a template and hitting “Print.”
But what does this mean from a nanotechnology perspective? A team from the University of Toronto’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and the IBM Canada Research and Development Center developed a method to spray solar cells onto nearly any shape. Imagine being able to cover your entire car in solar cells. Or your bicycle, or your home, or even your skin.
This application could be taken further, to include spray-on biosensors that could interact with your smartphone. This technology could make Apple’s Health app seem like a piece of pre-historic technology. Imagine being able to understand your body’s systems much like the computer does in your car – and to get a “warning light” when something is wrong. The implications to modern medicine could be enormous. But with any new technology, we have to be careful with how we wield it.
Join Dr. Hildy and her guest this week as they discuss 3D printing and its use of nanotech on One Cell One Light Radio!
3-D printers used to create custom medical implants that deliver drugs, chemo — ScienceDaily
Princeton creates a custom 3D printer that prints quantum dot LEDs from scratch | ExtremeTech
Magic 3D Pen – YouTube
The first transparent 3D-printed skull has been successfully implanted
Insanely Small 3D Camera Roams Bloodstream – Business Insider
http://www.businessinsider.com/insanely-small-3d-camera-roams-bloodstream-2014-3Genisphere’s 3DNA® Drug Delivery Platform Achieves Success in Preclinical Treatment of Posterior… — HATFIELD, Pa., March 26
IEEE Ultrasonics, Ferroelectrics and Frequency Control Society (UFFC)
Boeing 3D Prints 20 Thousand Aircraft Parts, and Patents Its Method
Using 3D microdroplet printing scientists build synthetic cells and tissues | ExtremeTech
A fully transparent solar cell that could make every window and screen a power source | ExtremeTech
Futuristic 3-D Printing Technique Unveiled- Technology Called CLIP – Continuous Liquid Interface Production)
http://www.biosciencetechnology.com/videos/2015/03/futuristic-3-d-printing-technique-unveiledCarbon3D Demo – YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UpH1zhUQY0c3D food printers could come to consumer kitchens in near future
See December 2014 Photonics Spectra (Photoacoustic Spectroscopy)
Issue 12 (December) | Volume 48 (2014) | Photonics Spectra
Also nano CLIP technology for self replicating 3 D printing:
Issue 6 (June) | Volume 48 (2014) | Photonics Spectra – 3-D Printing
Movie that used this type of technology was the 5th Element.
Note documents CEWIT ( .pdf below) has page 21-44 top stuff on sensors in the ear, body, etc. for advancements in nano even 3D printing the device. Pg 49 RFID Chip and look at page 48,47,44 (SCADA) 33 31 28; also 2 dissertations that specifically address the nano wires for antenna, sensors and WiFi.
GlobalBrainChipPaperDr.Staninger .pdf .
Hello Biometrics: Windows 10 to Add Facial Recognition, Iris Scans and Fingerprint Reader
CRISPR Chain Reaction | The Scientist Magazine®
Chip Puts Sound and Light on the Same Wavelength | Research & Technology | Dec 2014 | photonics.com
Melody Encoded onto Plasmonic Nanostructure
This Breakthrough Will Make 3D-Printing 100 Times Faster! | True Activist
Advances in Genetic Engineering – The Scientist brings together a panel of experts to discuss advances in genetic engineering, focusing on innovations in synthetic biology and genome editing.
Engineers Create Chameleon-Like Artificial ‘Skin’ That Shifts Color On Demand | MyScienceAcademy
OPTICAL SOCIETY SOURCE for above story:
New ‘electronic skin’ for prosthetics, robotics detects pressure from different directions — ScienceDaily
Scientists are 3D-printing tiny human brains – ScienceAlert
3D Printed Smartphone Microscope | MyScienceAcademy
Imagine that: A smartwatch that looks like … a watch! | mHealthNews
Smartwatches are missing a crucial market | mHealthNews
Researchers Unlock the Mysteries of Wound Healing
Keeping atherosclerosis in-check with novel targeted inflammation-resolving nanomedicines — ScienceDaily
Nationwide Biometric Database Goes Live
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Wednesday, March 4, 2015
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An Introduction to What is SCADA?
What is it to the World?
SCADA: (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) is a system operating with coded signals over communication channels so as to provide control of remote equipment (using typically one communication channel per remote station).
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SCADA – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
March 4, 2015
National Environmental Professionals – SCADA
Special Task Force Committee Members
Chairperson: Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1
Melinda Kidder, PI, CESO
Dr. Daniel Farrier, MD, CIET
Dr. Richard Young, Exec. Director, NREP
Special Guest: Dr. Benjamin Colodzin, SCADA and the Aspects of Mental Health – Applications of a Forensic Psychologist.
An Introduction to SCADA and What it is to the World
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The National Registry of Environmental Professionals (NREP) is the largest U.S. non-governmental environmental accrediting organization, and is recognized by the US Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency. NREP has over 20,000 members and joint members worldwide, including managers, technicians, and other professionals working on operations and management related to regulatory matters such as compliance with air, soil and water pollution regulations.
In 2006 at the NREP Annual Conference in Nashville, TN, it was recognized there were no environmental, safety and health regulations specifically to address the health concerns of exposure to advanced materials as associated with nanotechnology. And in the Fall of 2013 NREP further committed their concerns through their professional members on the use of these materials into the integration of GeoEngineering, Biological Monitoring of Biological Systems and Environmental Monitoring that would use remote sensing networks with applications of SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition).
A survey was conducted through NREP’s Strategic Alliance Network of Organizations – IATRA (International Academy of Toxicological Risk Assessment) and the IEIA (International Environmental Intelligence Agency), as well as their private industrial and academic members who then supported the joint efforts in developing a Certification Program for SCADA through the NREP/SCADA Special Task Force Committee members: Dr. Hildegarde Staninger, RIET-1, Chairperson, Melinda Kidder, PI, CESCO, Dr. Daniel Farrier, MD, CIET and Dr. Richard Young, Executive Director and Founder NREP. Read the rest of this entry
4-2-14- Dr. Hildy®: Mushroom Wisdom, Breast Cancer, Alzheimers *AND* Remote Sensing Mystery Unveiled
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Wednesday, April 2, 2014
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HOUR 1 – Mark Kaylor, Mushroom Wisdom
HOUR 2 – Melinda Kidder, Columbia Investigations
(See REMOTE SENSING Introduction BELOW the top presentation)
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy broadens our horizons with two special guests on two special topics!
Hour 1 Guest: Mark J. Kaylor, VP Education and Research Mushroom Wisdom
In the first hour of the show, Dr. Hildy welcomes returning guest Mark Kaylor, Vice President of Education and Research for Mushroom Wisdom. A former doctoral student, Mark’s life took an abrupt turn when a part-time job in a health food store awakened in him a passion for holistic health and healing. His company, Mushroom Wisdom brings the healthful benefits of medicinal mushrooms, backed by rigorous scientific research, to the daily routines of consumers worldwide. Mushroom Wisdom offers a complete product line, including specific products developed to support the immune system, brain function, blood sugar levels, breast health, prostate health and more.
Mushroom Wisdom manufactures private label products for domestic and foreign customers, including customers from Italy, China and Japan. The company recently successfully launched Maitake D-fraction for Veterinary Use, through a joint effort with Vets Medica, its affiliate in Japan.
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REMOTE SENSING MYSTERY UNVEILED
In the second hour, Dr. Hildy welcomes Private Investigator Melinda Kidder of Columbia Investigations to discuss her work with individuals who have mysteriously had computer chips and sensors implanted into their body.
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**NANOTECHNOLOGY in the NEWS**
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Wednesday, May 8, 2013, 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
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Nut clusters. Cupcakes. Just thinking of these makes you want to run for the cupboard to see what kind of delicious treats you have in there, doesn’t it? As delicious as these sound, this week’s show focuses on a different form of each.
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Hildy welcomes returning guest Dr. Zhong Lin (ZL) Wang, head of a leading group in nanoscience and nanotechnology at the Georgia Institute of Technology, to discuss the concepts of Nanoscale Triboelectric-Effect-Enabled Energy Conversion for Sustainably Powering Portable Electronics, about which Dr. Wang’s paper states:
“ Harvesting energy from our living environment is an effective approach for sustainable, maintenance-free, and green power source for wireless, portable, or implanted electronics.” AND his new Arrays of transistors made of nanowires which could form the basis of a new class of devices nearly as sensitive to mechanical force as human skin is, according to research published recently in Science.
Professor Zhong Lin Wang’s Nanoscience Research Group
Dr. Hildy™ Welcomes Back Special Guest:
Dr. Zhong Lin Wang
Wednesday, September 5, 2012 – 1:00-3:00PM Pacific
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Did you ever hear the song Nancy Sinatra sang “These boots are made for walking, and that’s just what they’ll do…” because none of us realized when we heard that song that our boots (shoes) would contain a self-charging battery that generated and stored energy as a renewable energy technology?
Renewable energy technologies generally consist of two distinct processes: energy generating (using sources such as coal, solar, wind, etc.) and energy storage (such as batteries).
Georgia Tech researcher Zhong Lin Wang holds the components of a new self-charging power cell that uses piezoelectric materials to directly convert mechanical energy to chemical energy. The chemical energy can be released as electricity.
These two processes are always accomplished through two separate units, with the first process converting the original form of energy to electricity, and the second process converting electricity to chemical energy. Now for the first time, research engineers, Xinyu Xue, Sihong Wang, Wenxi Guo, Yan Zhang, and Zhong Lin Wang from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia, have combined the energy generation and storage in a single unit as published in Nano Letters August 2012.
“This is a project that introduces a new approach in battery technology is a fundamentally new in science,” Zhong Lin Wang told Phys.org. “The self-charging power cell is made from nano piezoelectric material PVDF that replaces the conventional separator materials and acts as a nanogenerator inside a Li-ion battery.” Read the rest of this entry
Throughout history, new technology has brought a sense of wonderment and fear to those unfamiliar with it. In post-Civil War America, the steam-powered engine brought the possibility of speedier travel, but also the fear of cultural pollution brought about by this ease of movement. Currently, technology changes so rapidly that it often goes unnoticed – incremental improvements to products we already own don’t alert the deep-rooted fear of the unknown that we all share. But with a the practical application of a once-theoretical nanotechnology rapidly becoming reality, those fears are once more rearing their ugly head. But, are they warranted?
HOUR 1 AUDIO – DR. HILDY and DR. ZHONG LIN WANG
HOUR 2 AUDIO – DR. HILDY and DR. ZHONG LIN WANG
This week on One Cell One Light Radio, Dr. Staninger welcomes back to the program Dr. Zhong Lin (ZL) Wang, head of a leading group in nanoscience and nanotechnology at the Georgia Institute of Technology; and Michael Edward, who continues to be involved in the research into the health and toxicity problems following the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil disaster, to discuss the practical applications of nanotechnology remediation and cleanup of toxic substances in the environment.
After the April 2010 explosion of the Deepwater Horizon oil drilling platform, nearly five million gallons of crude oil flowed unabated into the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, affecting the coastal waters and beaches of Texas, Florida, Louisiana, Alabama and Mississippi. Additionally, the tourism and fishing industries of these areas were negatively affected, and the wildlife and ecosystems decimated. Through current methods, the oil was deemed too dispersed throughout the waters of the Gulf to clean up, and the area will forever be polluted with this oil. However, there is current research into the practical application of nanotechnology to be used as a method of cleanup.
Using similar, yet inverted, application of nanotech as is currently used on stain-resistant fabrics, highly porous materials could be combined with a practical device similar to a bedsheet to be placed in a polluted area such as the Gulf and absorb oil molecules, making cleanup much more fast and effective. While a technology such as this is still years away from application, once it is cheap and abundant enough, this could make a disaster such as an oil spill much more manageable.
When considering other disasters – such as the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina – nanotech could play an important role in early detection of radiation and mold, as they offer the potential of highly sensitive and highly remote sensors.
As with any new technology, there is always risk of side-effects and a fear of misuse. However, with proper education and controlled implementation, in years to come, nanotechnology may be as common as a television or as antiquated as a steam-powered locomotive.
Join Dr. Staninger and her guests this week as they discuss the environmental applications and risks of nanotechnology on One Cell One Light Radio!
01-25-12 –Nanotechnology for Environmental Remediation- Dr. Zhong Lin (Z.L.) Wang – OneCellOneLight Radio with Dr. Hildy Hildegarde Staninger – VIMEO
Georgia Tech Personal Website of ZL Wang
SCI Publication Record
Editor-in-Chief: Nano Energy
The Gulf Blue Plague
*Nanowire-armed bacteria are more than alive*
*Electrical transport along bacterial nanowires*
*Bacteria Colonies May Be Linked By Nanowires*
*Nanoparticle Assembly Is Like Building With LEGOs*
*Using DNA To Control Nanoparticle Assembly*
Nanomaterials and the Environment
Human and Environmental Exposure Assessment
Nanotechnology: innovation opportunities for tomorrow’s defence
Impact Of Gulf Spill’s Underwater Dispersants Is Examined
ATSDR – ToxFAQs™: Hazardous Substance Fact Sheets
NIOSH eNews – January 2006 – International Symposium: Biomedical Aspects of Nano-Toxicology
HOUR 1 – Therapeutic Marine Plasma From The Origins Of Life with guest Robert Slovak, Founder, Original Quinton Marine Plasma – North America – HOUR 1 AUDIO: Dr. Zhong Lin Wang
HOUR 2 – The Building Blocks of Nanotechnology with guest Zhong Lin (ZL) Wang, PhD (The Hightower Chair in Materials Science and Engineering; Regents’ Professor; Engineering Distinguished Professor; Director, Center for Nanostructure Characterization (CNC); School of Materials Science and Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA) – HOUR 2 AUDIO:
12-21-2011 – The Building Blocks of Nanotechnology – Dr. Zhong Lin Wang OneCellOneLightRadio with Dr. Hildegarde Staninger – VIMEO
It’s no surprise that the most prevalent substance on Earth is also the most essential to our survival – unless it’s from the ocean. Water graces the majority of the surface of the planet but yet drinking it regularly would be hazardous to our health. There is, however, a place where the seawater is not only tolerable, but also beneficial to our health.