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November 2001 Nanotechnology News


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HP OFFICIAL: 'IGNORANCE AND GREED' COULD SPOIL NANOTECH'S CREDIBILITY
SmallTimes November 30, 2001

Nanotech, but Not in a Nanosecond
Wired November 30, 2001

BRITISH RESEARCHERS FIND A WAY TO FABRICATE NANO PARTS FASTER
SmallTimes November 30, 2001

UTD to work with Chinese university on nanotech
Dallas Business Journal November 29, 2001

New application of imaging technique can change how scientists look at proteins
UofW November 29, 2001

Birth of the nano-onion
Financial Times November 29, 2001

CNI'S BUCKYTUBES COULD CREATE A REVOLUTION IN THE OIL INDUSTRY
SmallTimes November 29, 2001

Scientists Engineer 'Made to Order' Crystal
SciAm November 29, 2001

Storing quantum data one step closer to controlling light particles
EETimes November 29, 2001

SEATTLE STARTUP AIMS TO SIMPLIFY GENE MICROARRAY RESEARCH DATA
SmallTimes November 29, 2001

People Power: Capturing The Body's Energy For Work On and Off Earth
Space.com November 28, 2001

Programmable DNA debuts
TRN News November 28, 2001

Whales show the way to cleaner boats
AlphaGalileo November 28, 2001

Super-short laser flashes light up ultra-fast events
PhysicsWeb November 28, 2001

X-Rays Capture Electrons in Action
AAAS Science News November 28, 2001

Superconductors that work at room temperature
eurekalert November 28, 2001

HP Labs eager for Compaq technology
News.com November 28, 2001

Science and Technology Ministry charts new course for Korea's high-tech future
koreaherald November 28, 2001

Innovations Get Ovations at the 31st Annual SPE Awards Program
prnewswire November 28, 2001

TINY CHIPS SQUEEZE INTO TIGHT SPOTS
SmallTimes November 28, 2001

National Science Foundation Awards $13.75 Million to MIT Media Lab to Create Center for Bits and Atoms
AScribe November 27, 2001

NSF awards $13.75M to MIT Media Lab to create Center for Bits and Atoms
MIT News November 27, 2001

BEHIND THE HEADLINES AT CNI IS THE DREAM OF GORDON CAIN
SmallTimes November 27, 2001

ILLINOIS COMPANY WINS NASA CONTRACT TO BUILD PROTOTYPE OF A MICROCOOLER
SmallTimes November 27, 2001

Intel chip breakthrough validates Moore's Law
USAToday November 26, 2001

Nano-C LLC. Extending Commercial Production Process for Fullerene Carbon Molecules, Seeking Partners
nano-c November 26, 2001

Sheffield Pharmaceuticals Announces Initiation of Clinical Trial To Study Budesonide Inhalation SuspensionS
Sheffield Pharmaceuticals, Inc. November 26, 2001

GLOWING PROTEIN SHEDS LIGHT ON BIOLOGICAL MEMORY DEVICES
SmallTimes November 26, 2001

Nanotechnology department gets recognized
Massachusetts Daily Collegian November 26, 2001

Small-scale analyzer detects, analyzes aerosols
eurekalert November 26, 2001

UMASS RESEARCH TEAMS EARN NSF GRANTS TO STUDY NANOWIRES, MOLECULAR MATERIALS
SmallTimes November 26, 2001

Self-generating processors advance
EE Times November 26, 2001

ENERGY RESEARCHER BRIDGING GAP BETWEEN MICRO AND NANO WORLDS
SmallTimes November 26, 2001

Bone repair boosted by discovery
BBC November 25, 2001

Building a better high-tech soldier
TimesUnion November 25, 2001

Electronic Mind Over Gray Matter
Wired November 24, 2001

The tiny engines that power life itself
Independent News November 23, 2001

The tiny engines that power life itself
London Independent November 23, 2001

Focused-ion beam milling fabricates magnetic nanostructures
Electronic Times November 23, 2001

Star Trek Tech Is Not So Bold

The Tech of Star Trek: Part 2
Wired November 23, 2001

Scientists enhance futuristic material
China Daily November 23, 2001

CHECK THIS OUT!
Thin Film Electronics
November 22, 2001

Early-stage Nanobusiness
ACS November 22, 2001

Manipulating Molecules
ACS November 22, 2001

The smaller the better
The Economist November 22, 2001

Fujifilm Announces Breakthrough in Magnetic Recording Media - NANO CUBIC Technology
FreeRealTime.com November 22, 2001

Scientists design molecules that mimic nanostructure of bone
Northwestern University PR November 22, 2001

Spot of gold makes tiny transistor
TRN News November 21, 2001

Chemists create nano toolkit
TRN News November 21, 2001

Nitrogen makes buckyballs strong and springy
Electronics Times November 21, 2001

Scientists Build Tiny Computer From DNA
Yahoo News November 21, 2001

Chip makers' road map brings EDA into the loop
EE Times November 21, 2001

OREGON RESEARCHER GETS ANIMATED OVER NANOPARTICLES IN DISPLAY PANELS
SmallTimes November 21, 2001

Science gurus to discuss Taiwan's high-tech future
Taipei Times November 21, 2001

BEAUTY OF MEMS GOES SKIN DEEP WITH COMPACT COSMETIC SENSOR
SmallTimes November 21, 2001

OPINION: MEMS HANG TOUGH IN OPTICAL NETWORKING MARKET
SmallTimes November 21, 2001

Researchers Assemble Building Blocks of Nanocomputers
Scientific American November 21, 2001

Penton Media Announces Partnership With The NanoBusiness Alliance To Produce Conferences and Industry Events Focused On Emerging Nanotechnology
Hoover's November 20, 2001

Nanotechnology opportunities seminar for Iranian industry
TCO November 20, 2001

Soot Science: It's A Dirty Job, But Somebody Has To Do It
ScienceDaily Magazine November 20, 2001

Community of Science develops "Freedom Funds" to connect research with defense-related funding
INT Media Group November 20, 2001

CHINA'S NANOTECH EXPERTS SAY FUNDS ARE NEEDED FOR RESEARCH
SmallTimes November 20, 2001

OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY RESEARCHERS REPORT DRUG-DELIVERY BREAKTHROUGH
SmallTimes November 20, 2001

CHINA REPORTS BREAKTHROUGH IN CARBON NANOTUBE PRODUCTION
SmallTimes November 20, 2001

Photon switch on leading edge of more powerful computers
news@UofT November 19, 2001


Kurzweil proposes national defense program for GNR technologies

The briefing paper published prior to conference

Ray Kurzweil addresses the questions
KurzweilAI.net November 19, 2001


PURDUE'S NEW NANOTECH CENTER PART OF PLANNED HIGH-TECH MAGNET
SmallTimes November 19, 2001

The E-Ticket Ride of All Time!
The Harrow Technology Report November 19, 2001

JMAR upgrades X-ray stepper to support sub-0.05-micron IC production
SiliconStrategies November 16, 2001

Japan's Nanotechnology Market Could Reach 27 Trillion by 2010
AsiaBizTech News November 16, 2001

Scientists tune in to molecule-sized transistors
The Register November 16, 2001

Nano in the news
ACS News November 16, 2001
An intro to Nano -- good article for beginners wishing to "catch up"

New NIST combinatorial methods center to accelerate development of advanced materials
eurekalert.org November 16, 2001

RESEARCHERS BUILD LITTLE ENGINES THAT COULD DRIVE A SMALL REVOLUTION
SmallTimes November 16, 2001

Nanotechnology's promise hailed
Taipei Times November 16, 2001

Scientists want to test cancer-destroying nuclear molecules on humans
Ananova November 16, 2001

Intel unveils world's smallest transistor with 15-nm device
Semiconductor Business News November 15, 2001

NEBRASKA CHEMISTS CREATE FIRST PLASTIC MAGNETS
UNL News Releases November 15, 2001

Evolution Capital Limited
nanoapex November 15, 2001

UNC discovery shows properties of gas depend on container size
UNC News Services November 15, 2001

Molecular 'nanogenerator' developed that can target cancer cells and destroy them
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center November 15, 2001

Functional Nanomaterials: Merck KGaA and NTera Form Strategic Alliance, Sign Commercialisation Agreement
ExciteNews November 15, 2001

SWEDEN IS SPREADING THE WORD ABOUT ITS SMALL TECH INITIATIVE
SmallTimes November 15, 2001

Crossed nanowires compute
TRN News November 14, 2001

Nanophase files patent application on nanofilms and coatings
Nanotech Planet November 14, 2001

Texas Nanotechnology Initiative Announces NanoVentures 2002
TNI November 14, 2001

IMPROVED GENE CHIP ANALYSIS SPEEDS STUDY OF HUMAN GENOME
SmallTimes November 14, 2001

Quantum Acoustics
AIP November 14, 2001

Semiconductors get on our nerves
Nature November 14, 2001

Foresight conference showcases leaders in molecular nanotechnology research
Nanotech Planet November 13, 2001

Bonding Bucky-Onions
American Physical Society November 13, 2001

GOVERNMENT CONTINUES TO FUND HIGH RISK, HIGH PAYOFF PROJECTS
SmallTimes November 13, 2001

Jain PharmaBiotech Issues Report on Molecular Diagnostics
PR Newswire November 13, 2001

Tiny devices help streamline search for cures in labs
San Francisco Chronicle November 12, 2001

WHAT ARE DENDRIMERS GOOD FOR? DOW CHEMICAL IS EAGER TO FIND OUT
SmallTimes November 12, 2001

Liquid Computing
Harvard Magazine November 12, 2001

NANOCOMPUTING MARCHES FORWARD
Chemical & Engineering News November 12, 2001

Nanotech firms deal in science of molecules
Chicago Tribune November 12, 2001

TWO NANOTECHNOLOGY PIONEERS AWARDED THE 2001 FEYNMAN PRIZES
SmallTimes November 11, 2001

FEYNMAN PRIZES are Sponsored by the Foresight Institute.
Complete Award Information & History

Nano panelist sees molecular devices and next step toward smaller, cheaper, faster devices
ASME November 11, 2001

Nanowires May Lead to Superfast Computer Chips
NYTimes November 9, 2001

Nanosys Founder Publishes Landmark Paper on the Bottom-Up Assembly of Nanoscale Logic Device Elements
Nanoelectronicsplanet November 9, 2001

A little logic goes a long way
Nature November 9, 2001

Shrinking electronics charges ahead
PhysicsWeb November 9, 2001

Nanocomputers Get Real
Wired November 9, 2001

Montreal looms large on nanotechnology scale
by DOUG SWEET November 9, 2001

Scientists invent transistor made of one molecule
KnightRidder.com November 8, 2001

IBM hoping new 'pixie dust' hard disk drives fly
CNN Sci_Tech November 8, 2001

Mini Motor Could Change The Shape Of Micromedical Applications
ScienceDaily Magazine November 8, 2001

YOU'VE COME A LONG WAY, BUCKY!
Small Times November 8, 2001

Nanotechnology and Cancer
NIH November 7, 2001

FRENCH FIRM HOPES TO GET PR BOUNCE OUT OF NANOTUBES IN TENNIS RACKETS
SmallTimes November 7, 2001

'2001: HAL's Legacy' to air on PBS Nov. 27
KURZWEILAI.NET November 7, 2001

Water shows surprising behavior at molecular level
University of Maine Online November 7, 2001

The Thinnest Superconducting Wires
AIP November 7, 2001

A Talk with the Brain behind Blue Gene
BusinessWeek Online November 7, 2001

Optics beyond existing limits - a single ion as a quantum probe
Max Planck Institute November 7, 2001

Nevada Ventures and Univ. Nevada Reno Announce nanoscience partnership
nanoapex November 7, 2001

Nanofiber Technology Development Plan Unveiled
Korea Times November 7, 2001

SMALL TECH BIG PART OF SHOWCASE OF EMERGING TECHNOLOGY IN ILLINOIS
SmallTimes November 7, 2001

IBM scientist sees nanotechnology supplanting transistors
EETIMES November 6, 2001

INVEST IN THE 'PICKS AND SHOVELS' OR IN THOSE WHO MINE NANO GOLD?
Small Times November 6, 2001

BANDAGE SENSORS COULD DETECT BACTERIA IN WOUND, SCIENTISTS SAY
SmallTimes November 5, 2001

Growing wires in water
ABC Science Online November 5, 2001

Robo-Fly
By David Talbot November 2001

Ordered nano-islands for faster transistors
stp-gateway November 2, 2001

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