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October 2001 Nanotechnology News


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New Life for Moore's Law
The Atlantic Monthly October 2001

Top Deal: Nantero gets big bucks for tiny concept
By Lawrence Aragon October 31, 2001

Nanometre base to boost industry
By ZOU HUILIN October 30, 2001

Nanogen to Host Webcast on Tuesday, 11-06-01 at 12:15 p.m. ET
October 30, 2001

Tiny Capsules Float Downstream
By Kristen Philipkoski October 29, 2001

FIRST IMAGES OF NANOBUBBLES
By MITCH JACOBY October 29, 2001

DNA BIOCHIP MAY LEAD TO FAST GENETIC SCREENING, MORE EFFECTIVE DRUGS
University of Houston October 26, 2001

UCLA TEAM DEVELOPS MOLECULAR SWITCHES, A STEP TOWARD POWERFUL MOLECULAR COMPUTERS
University of California, Los Angeles October 26, 2001

$7.7B Earmarked for Fostering New Technologies
By Shim Jae-yun October 25, 2001

Ultrafast X-ray pulses could reveal atoms in motion
University of Michigan October 24, 2001

MICROSCOPIC SEA CREATURES MAY POINT THE WAY TO NANO-ASSEMBLERS
By Michael Becker October 23, 2001

Nanobiotic Lifesavers
By Jack Mason October 23, 2001

Haldar new director of Albany NanoTech
Albany NanoTech at the New York state University at Albany 10/22/2001

Aktina is boosted by Douglas appointment
The Scotsman 10/22/2001

Nanotech expands its small world
Chicago Tribune 10/22/2001

Birck's nano links grow with gift
By Jon Van Tribune staff reporter 10/22/2001

Dow Corning and Genencor Form a Strategic Alliance to Develop Silicon Biotechnology
PRNewswire via COMTEX 10/22/2001

Nantero Inc., announces $6M in funding to rapidly develop Nanotube-based universal memory
PDF File Press Release 10/2001

Nanopositioner MacKay of MadCityLabs discusses his instrumentation's technology and markets
By Sandra Helsel 10/19/2001

Molecular motor powerful enough to pack DNA into viruses at greater than champagne pressures
By Robert Sanders 10/18/2001

Single-molecule transistor--smallest ever?
ZDNet News 10/18/2001

Scientists Create a Molecular-Scale Transistor
FabTech 10/18/2001

A big step for molecular electronics
MSNBC 10/17/2001

Polymerized C60: A room-temperature ferromagnet
Nature 10/18/2001

Non-metallic magnet could be dream computer memory
New Scientist 10/17/2001

Is nanotechnology the impetus for the next Industrial Revolution?
Chemical & Engineering News October 16, 2001

NEW ATP AWARDS ANNOUNCED
NIST October 12, 2001

Matter Waves on a Microchip
Max Planck Society October 5, 2001

BIOLOGICAL WARFARE: Ann Arbor
Substance stops germs from spreading farther - October 3, 2001

Ultimate Alchemy
Research into artificial atoms could lead to one startling endpoint: programmable matter that changes its makeup at the flip of a switch. By Wil McCarthy October 2001

NEW YORK IS BECOMING A HOTBED OF NANOTECHNOLOGY RESEARCH
Crain's New York Business October 2001

Nanoelectromechanical systems face the future
physicsweb.org February 2001
older article--well worth reading


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