Friday, January 1, 2010

T. Pradeep - YouTube links

T. Pradeep

http://bit.ly/F4TNano

 

1 of 46 - Gold nano particles in water

2 of 46 - Red emitting gold, in ultra-violet chamber

3 of 46 - Delay between absorption and emission of light

4 of 46 - What we see is the dance of electrons

5 of 46 - New properties of gold that are getting unravelled

6 of 46 - We start with ions, make atoms, and assemble atoms

7 of 46 - Nano particles in a beaker

8 of 46 - Nano wires in a flask

9 of 46 - Recent experiment that was done in the lab, with a nano-tube of carbon

10 of 46 - Study of how properties of nano materials change

11 of 46 - Flower-like formations of nano-scale objects

12 of 46 - Ongoing experiment

13 of 46 - An instrument built in the lab, ion-scattering spectrum

14 of 46 - Spectrometers for studying mass, the most important signature of a molecule

15 of 46 - Rod-like objects of nano scale

16 of 46 - Evolution of beauty in round-bottom flasks - nano presentation

17 of 46 - Microscope that can magnify 1.5 million times - HRTEM images

18 of 46 - Explanation of microscope's functioning

19 of 46 - The way we look at science in IIT

20 of 46 - Profound questions that students ask

21 of 46 - Most exciting thing about IIT is its students

22 of 46 - Reminiscing Feynman's talk about plenty of room at the bottom

23 of 46 - Energy management possibilities through nanotechnology

24 of 46 - If science is not converging, it will not sustain

25 of 46 - Newer technologies have to be in harmony with nature

26 of 46 - Noble metal nano-particles to purify pesticide-contaminated water

27 of 46 - Applications of nanotechnology in agriculture

28 of 46 - Are fundamental laws of science rewritten by nanotechnology

29 of 46 - Producing smaller things is not the goal of nanotechnology

30 of 46 - Several nanotechnology-based solutions are already in the market

31 of 46 - Plans for 2010, including work on sub-nanometre-scale materials, and a new water product

32 of 46 - Tiny silver particles that emit light

33 of 46 - Interest evinced by students towards nanoscience

34 of 46 - Nanotechnology is a convergence discipline

35 of 46 - Malayalam insight applied to nanoscience

36 of 46 - Example from nature about convergence of disciplines

37 of 46 - Statement that the Buddha statue makes

38 of 46 - About books authored

39 of 46 - On the books in Malayalam

40 of 46 - Spring-time for small particles, a recent book in Malayalam to introduce readers to nanotechnology

41 of 46 - Attention to nanoscience in universities

42 of 46 - Right approach to research

43 of 46 - Road is really long in research

44 of 46 - Students are of different kinds

45 of 46 - A book that I am currently reading, Secret life of plants

46 of 46 - Infinity, a dream I would like to chase

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