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Documentation / WORK GUIDE
« Last post by ADMIN on 03 April , 2019, 14:41:42 pm »
Please find attached a work guide to the topic. Read first as an introduction to the topic.
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Documentation / WORK GUIDE
« Last post by ADMIN on 03 April , 2019, 14:40:14 pm »
Please find attached a work guide to the topic. Read first as an introduction to the topic.
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Documentation / WORK GUIDE
« Last post by ADMIN on 03 April , 2019, 14:39:27 pm »
Please find attached a work guide to the topic. Read first as an introduction to the topic.
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Documentation / WORK GUIDE
« Last post by ADMIN on 03 April , 2019, 14:38:38 pm »
Please find attached a work guide to the topic. Read first as an introduction to the topic.
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Documentation / WORK GUIDE
« Last post by ADMIN on 03 April , 2019, 14:37:46 pm »
Please find attached a work guide to the topic. Read first as an introduction to the topic.
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Generic Documentation / GENERIC GUIDELINES
« Last post by ADMIN on 03 April , 2019, 14:28:24 pm »
This document stablish the basic guidelines for every sudent to start. Please read carefully.
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Generic Documentation / WHAT IS THE PURPOSE OF THIS BLOG?
« Last post by ADMIN on 03 April , 2019, 12:41:45 pm »
This blog is the place where program participants communicate with other participants in order to share information and experience.
This exchange of information prior to the Congress allows us to expand the knowledge with which we turn to it. It also allows us to understand the different positions with respect to the different topics.
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Generic Documentation / RULES FOR PARTICIPATION
« Last post by ADMIN on 03 April , 2019, 12:40:42 pm »
These are the basic rules for participation. Please read carefully.
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Nanotechnology for energy and environmental challenges / What's up with the Nanoscale?
« Last post by PART-4-ES-Raquel on 19 July , 2018, 11:38:11 am »
Hello everyone,

As you might already know, the Nanoscale binds together the fields of Technology and Science, being the common variable in both disciplines. But what is there really that is so promising about this scale, which is nothing but another unit of lenght?
The perks of the Nanoscale lay in the so-called size-effects that materials experience when being reduced to the billionth part of the metre (that is 1nm=10-9m). The change of structure the materials undergo when they are modified by chemical and physical methodologies provide us a wider scope to work with. The behaviour of these nano-objects or nanofauna is a discipline entirely of its own: Quantum Mechanics. Quantum Mechanics understand the tiny and the changes that occur in the Nanoscale that are so important to the development of Nanotech, a few of which are (1)their tiny volume and thus their wider scope for interaction (they can break through biological barriers), (2)more room for storage in computing processing units. Nevertheless, in our projects this is not a topic we will be tackling. However, for those of you who want to know a little more about the innerworkings of this discipline and see a few detailed examples of materials in the Nanoscale, I'll leave a link below:

http://www.pnas.org/content/pnas/104/17/6885.full.pdf (self-assembly of supramolecular structures, the thermal properties of nanoscale molecular systems (DNA melting and nanoscale water meniscus formation, etc.)

https://www.nationalgeographic.org/activity/properties-matter-macro-nano-scale/

Please share any other interesting reasons why you think the Nanoscale is so integral a part of Nanotech. I only listed two examples of the perks of nano-objetcs and their properties. Do not hesitate to share more.

Thanks for reading,

Raquel Novel Ortega, Colegio SIL, Barcelona.
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Search for extraterrestrial resources / WELCOME
« Last post by PART-3-ES-Elsa on 16 July , 2018, 23:14:21 pm »
Welcome everybody.

My name is Elsa Blanco Bausela and I´m from Palencia, Spain.

I hope we can learn more about orbital debris with this forum.

Best regards from Spain! :D
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