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National University launches its "Nano UNAM" initiative to boost the nanosciences and nanotechnology. The Universidad de Guadalajara (UdeG) begins to show signs of interest in physics, which, especially quantum, born in the 20th century, will be the Foundation of the next industrial revolution, not more than ten years, quantum computing, teleportation, and superconductivity. Something begins to move. With the usual laziness of the country, but something. And, fortunately, you don't have to go through the Congreso.Un meter divided between thousand is a millimeter; one thousandth of a millimeter is the micrometer; one thousandth of a micrometer is nanometer (nano Greek = dwarf). By dividing a common cell in thousand parts we have nanometers. It is the scale that today technology is developing: instruments that would comfortably fit in a cell, while our Congress discusses if we allow oil exploration companies where are, like Cuba and China, and as allowed by the regulatory laws of the oil expropriation by President Cardenas in the cowboy boots.

A Professor Max Planck, who put a day in quantum teachers of Physics of our high schools, taught by specialists, and with a Conference open to all students, is within the reach of any public University because it would not cost you but airfare and travel expenses. It is so because, in contrast to the figures of the literature world or singers and pianists, the great physicists who make the investigation of tip in the United States and the European Union do not charge conferences and courses to which are invited: countries where to do secret work prohibit it.But Monterrey is first with the ballet and opera; Tamaulipas is proclaimed capital of theater, bel canto and other goodies; Perhaps Tangancicuaro organizes another recital by Placido Domingo (who would go if you get paid). Up to Sinaloa has already a good Symphony, far superior to the Guadalajara Orchestra. Bien.Ahora that already beautiful fixtures of prisms on House, we could start thinking about pour cement to our dirt floors? While we think about it, a team of Rutgers University has developed an instrument, one hundred times smaller than the thickness of a hair, so astronomers to analyze light from the Big Bang that started the universe, some 14 billion years ago. Rutgers physicists, as Michael Gershenson, associated with NASA and the State University of New York, have reached this nano instrument sensitivity to light with a longer wavelength of the infrared spectrum. In the expanding universe, the first stars moved away the place that now occupies our planet "a speed close to that of light", says Gershenson and the bags for women.


As a result of that distance, its light reaches us strongly run towards the red, and seems infrared. Gershenson refers to the "Doppler effect", which met first in sound: this effect gives the impression that the whistle of a train that passes becomes more serious as it moves away. Passengers (there) hear it, but the sound waves extend to who is immobile because the sound source moves away. More extensive wave, more serious tone. In the light takes place either, and its equivalent is a red increasingly darker. In honor to Edwin Hubble, discoverer of this shift to the Red (which, in turn, proved the expansion of the universe), bears his name the first space telescope.Beyond the infrared radiation is absorbed by the Earth's atmosphere, so scientists proposed a new generation of space telescopes in orbit. The instrument built by the scientific team is a hundred times more sensitive than the current ones. Your description will appear in the next issue of Nature Nanotechnology...The instrument, which is smaller than a cell, is made of titanium and operates at very low temperatures, to a tenth of a degree above absolute zero. Photons (units, packages, or how many of light) hitting the nano sensor "warm electrons on the section of titanium, which is thermally insulated from the Middle porniobio superconductor". To detect the infinitesimal amount of heat generated in the section of titanium, it is possible to measure the light energy absorbed by the detector, "as little as a single photon of infrared ultra light" (far infrared, if has you better translation).Gershenson hopes that this technology can be used to explore the primitive universe when ultra infrared telescopes are put into orbit within about 10 or 20 years. As Mexico is measured by six: in the next six years or another one, one headed by someone that hoyya has more than 30 years. It is not nothing or the crocodile bags.



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