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20 January 2014 | 17:38
London appreciates Moldovan scientists’ achievements in nanotechnology
A remarkable achievement in the field of nanotechnology of scientists from Moldova came to the attention of the prestigious London NanotechWeb.org portal. If applied in practice, the new nanotechnology development could bring great benefits to mankind.
The panel of scientists, headed by Academician Ion Tighineanu, in collaboration with partners from Australia and the UK, has developed a new method for direct entry of waveguides in membrane nanotubes made ​​of titanium dioxide (TiO2). According to the portal, this is this year beginning’s one of the most important developments in nanotechnology.

"We first have shown that this material - titanium dioxide nanotubes - can be used in photonics. Now, we are looking for investors. One way is to create an international consortium or to find an international company that would help with the practical application," noted academician Ion Tighineanu.

Ion Tighineanu with the President of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova (ASM), Gheorghe Duca, is in Hamamatsu city in Japan to sign a cooperation agreement with the Institute of Electronics.

"For the development of science, Japan has a budget several times larger than all European countries. In two days, we will be in Tokyo. An agreement was reached with the Japanese Research and Development Agency, and other scientific institutions. This first visit to Japan will be beneficial to the scientific community in Moldova," said academician Gheorghe Duca, President of ASM.

According to NanotechWeb.org, Moldovan scientists’ new nanotechnology innovation is the sixth so far.

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