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April 2002 Nanotechnology News


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Long polymers light up LEDs
PhysicsWeb April 30, 2002

Are Science and Technology Governable?
* The Scientist April 30, 2002

Nanosys Acquires Pioneering Molecular Manufacturing Technology From UCLA -- Breakthrough Invention Streamlines Industrial Production of Nanoscale Devices
NL/PR Newswire April 30, 2002

20 bold predictions for the next 20 years
PROFIT Magazine April 30, 2002

Montreal is Playing Host to Two Major Health Technology and Life Sciences Industry Events
NL/Canadian Corporate News April 30, 2002

Nanotech funding already bearing fruit
UPI April 30, 2002

Brookhaven Lab Researchers Develop A Method For Producing Electrodes Using Nanoscale Materials
ScienceDaily April 30, 2002

GENEFLUIDICS COUNTS ON GLASS TO BREAK INTO NANOBIO MARKET
Small Times April 30, 2002

HP's Nanotech Investment Aims to Break Moore's Law
NanotechPlanet April 29, 2002

Firms Pitch Small Ideas at NanoSIG Event
NanotechPlanet April 29, 2002

Constructing optical waveguides in photonic crystals—cheap and easy
Technology Review April 29, 2002

Mechanical Engineer Developing Nanotech Control Device For Possible Use In Telesurgery
ScienceDaily April 29, 2002

Arranging atoms 'the way we want'
A brief history by the Statesman.com April 29, 2002

Researchers position UT for the nanotech business
Statesman.com April 29, 2002

Four Texas Universities Form Partnership To Foster Research, Development in Nanotechnology
UTD April 29, 2002

NEW TIGHT GENES LOOK GOOD AS BETTER DISEASE TREATMENTS
Small Times April 29, 2002

The Next Generation
Washtech.com April 26, 2002

Bell Labs breaks through on Moore's Law
News.com April 26, 2002

Cool organic display
EE Times April 26, 2002

IBM stacks hard-disk bricks to build dense storage cube
EE Times April 26, 2002

Small tech could change our lives in a nanosecond
National Post Online April 26, 2002

Bell Labs Unveils Chip-Shrinking Breakthrough
NewsFactor Network April 26, 2002

Novel heat conductor steals trick from nature
CERN Courier April 26, 2002

Carbon Nanotubes Ignite When Exposed to Flash
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute April 26, 2002

Letting nature do the work George Whitesides on self-assembly.
Harvard Gazette April 25, 2002

Graphitics fashions a revolution
EETimes April 25, 2002

Vasculoid: A Personal Nanomedical Appliance to Replace Human Blood. Robert A. Freitas Jr. & Christopher J. Phoenix
Transhumanist.com April 25, 2002

Bell Labs Researchers Invent Technique for Imaging Single Impurity Atoms Within Silicon
NL/BW April 25, 2002

Taiwan to increase nanotech funding
Taipei Times April 25, 2002

A NEW ZEALAND-BORN PROFESSOR STUDIES THE MACHINE IN THE MOLECULE
Small Times April 25, 2002

GERMAN GROUP TRIES TO GRAB FLAT SCREENS' NEXT GENERATION
Small Times April 25, 2002

BioForce Nanoscience Developing Nanoarray Technologies
Nanotech Planet April 24, 2002

EUROCORES: Self-Organised Nano-Structures (SONS) - Call for Outline Proposals
ESF April 24, 2002

NANOTECH STARTUPS EARN VC FUNDS THE OLD-FASHIONED WAY: HARD WORK
Small Times April 24, 2002

Explorers In Nanospace
SpaceDaily April 24, 2002

The Vast Universe of Tiny Technology
NewsFactor Network April 23, 2002

Lasers may power nano-motors
UPI April 23, 2002

ANI AND UMASS SIGN LICENSING AGREEMENT OPTION
SI Diamond April 23, 2002

Programmable Chips
Technology Review April 23, 2002

NANOTECH EXECS BEGIN WHAT THEY HOPE WILL BE BEAUTIFUL FRIENDSHIP WITH D.C.
Small Times April 23, 2002

Microscopy Turning Nanoscopy
SpaceDaily April 23, 2002

MOTOROLA LABS SOLVES A 30-YEAR SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY PUZZLE PDF. Silicon Gallium-Arsenide Wafer Technology is expected to fundamentally change the semi-conductor industry. Graphics Motorola April 23, 2002

Molecular Electronics Advances Two Steps Closer to Reality
SciAm April 22, 2002

Singularity Institute releases 'Levels of Organization'
Nanodot April 22, 2002

Ultrapermeable, Reverse-Selective Membranes Developed
ScienceDaily April 22, 2002

Futuristic Focus
LA Times April 22, 2002

Nanomedicine Articles By Robert A. Freitas Jr.: Clottocytes: Artificial Mechanical Platelets & Microbivores: Artificial Mechanical Phagocytes & Volumetric Cellular Intrusiveness of Medical Nanorobots & Robots in the bloodstream: the promise of nanomedicine
IMM Reports & KurzweilAI April 2002

WITH TELECOM'S FALL, ALL-OPTICAL TURNS INTO HYBRID MEMS SWITCHES
Small Times April 22, 2002

Molecules take electronics for a spin
Nature April 19, 2002
Spintronics gets serious
PhysicsWeb April 19, 2002

UCLA UNDERGRADUATES ARE SELECTED TO PRESENT RESEARCH ON CAPITOL HILL
Small Times April 19, 2002

BETTER LIVING THROUGH SMALL TECH: MEMS AND NANOTECH MEET REAL LIFE
Small Times April 19, 2002

Innovation: the atomic revolution
BRW April 18, 2002

Upcoming speaking engagements by nanotechnologist Ralph Merkle
Nanodot April 18, 2002

ZettaCore's Goal: Memory Powered by Molecules
Nanotech Planet April 18, 2002

ANI INC. DEMONSTRATES A 14" DIAGONAL NANOTUBE DISPLAY
Applied Nanotech April 18, 2002

Supercomputer smashes world speed record
New Scientist April 18, 2002

Self-assembly: Shake and serve
TRN News April 18, 2002

Low-Voltage MEMs Switch Developed For High-Speed Electronics
SpaceDaily April 18, 2002

Thinner More Flexible Silicon Panels
SpaceDaily April 18, 2002

LASERS MAKE THE CUT AS SMALL TECH SHRINKS
Small Times April 18, 2002

NEW EUROPEAN ASSOCIATION WILL TRY TO MOVE NANO FROM THE LAB TO MARKET
Small Times April 18, 2002

Government slow in dealing with radical tech
KurzweilAI April 17, 2002

Alumni Investors Bank on Penn's Nanotech Discoveries
Nanotech Planet April 17, 2002

New D&MD Executive Briefing - Nanobiotechnology: Commercial Opportunities from Innovative Concepts
NL/PR Newswire April 17, 2002

SOLUTIONS COME IN SMALL PACKAGES FOR GERMAN FIRM WITH NEW PROCESS
Small Times April 17, 2002

MAGIC MOLECULAR MORTAR COULD RECOVER OFFSHORE OIL
Small Times April 17, 2002

European Nanobusiness Association (ENA) Launches new website
ENA April 17, 2002

Two-dimensional" coatings next step for nanotechnology
Darwin Mag April 16, 2002

CVD process tames carbon nanotube growth
EE Times April 16, 2002

Texas foundation seeks to fund nanotechnology research
Nanodot April 16, 2002

Nanotube-Laced Epoxy: Three Times Harder, Far Better At Conducting Heat
ScienceDaily April 16, 2002

Organic solar power
AlphaGalileo April 16, 2002

Addition Of Fluorine Opens Door To Hundreds Of Nanotube Derivatives
SpaceDaily April 16, 2002

NanoOpto Secures Additional $4-million in Venture Financing
NanoOpto April 16, 2002

HANNOVER FAIR 2002 - MICROTECHNOLOGY ROAD MAPS POINT IN DIFFERENT DIRECTIONS
Small Times April 16, 2002

Internet Insight: Moore's Law & Order
eWEEK April 15, 2002

Government Grants Keep eSpin Spinning
Nanotech Planet April 15, 2002

LSI Logic taps TSMC for fast track to 90-nm technology
EE Times April 15, 2002

Upcoming speaking engagements by Drexler, Peterson
Nanodot April 15, 2002

Values are the key to making nanotech work
Nanodot April 15, 2002

Memory Technology Takes Another Leap Forward
NewsFactor April 15, 2002

Nanobot explorers map out new terrain
CERN Courier April 15, 2002

Quantum Computer Data Readable
UniSci April 15, 2002

Researcher proposes nanorobotic platelets and phagocytes
KurzweilAI April 15, 2002

HANNOVER FAIR 2002 - MICROTECH SECTION IS SMALL, BUT IT'S 'WHERE THE ACTION IS'
Small Times April 15, 2002

UCLA researchers propose detailed mechanism for ribosome function
Nanodot April 13, 2002

New Chips Could Make Everyday Items 'Talk'
NewsFactor April 12, 2002

The End of Computer Rebooting
NewsFactor April 12, 2002

Berkeley researchers work on networked nodes of 'smart dust'
Nanodot April 12, 2002

INKJETS, POLYMERS AND NANOPARTICLES CREATE ELECTRIC PICTURES, SOLAR CELLS
Small Times April 12, 2002

NEW HYBRID SOLAR CELLS COMBINE NANOTECH WITH PLASTICS
LBL April 12 [March 29], 2002
More from Small Times

Nanobiotech Makes the Diagnosis
Technology Review April 12 [May Issue], 2002

CTO Forum: Will artificial intelligence surpass the human variety?
Infoworld April 11, 2002

CTO Forum: Drexler declares nanotechnology victory
Infoworld April 11, 2002

Audio file of Drexler's comments on dangers of nanotech
Nanodot April 11, 2002

COMPANY SEES SUCCESS AND FUNDING IN HELPING TO GIVE SIGHT TO THE BLIND
Small Times April 11, 2002

Physical design needs an overhaul, speakers say
EE Times April 11, 2002

My, What Magnetic Eyes You Have
Wired April 11, 2002

Scientist makes photonic circuits with inkjet printer
EE Times April 10, 2002

Chip makers are finding ways to extend Gordon Moore's prediction
Red Herring April 10, 2002

Canadians look to long term for nanotech payoff
Nanodot April 10, 2002

Nano Letters Volume 2, Issue 4 Now Available
ACS Pubs April 10, 2002

Future Computers Beat the Clock
NewsFactor April 10, 2002

Thinner Materials Improve Flexible Solar Cells, Flat Panel Displays
ScienceDaily April 10, 2002

Grid Computing & IBM, Sun and Microsoft gird for the grid.
Technology Review April 10, 2002 [May Issue]

GERMANY'S SCIENION PRODUCES GENE CHIP OF A DIFFERENT COLOR
Small Times April 10, 2002

Fantastic Voyage -- Filled buckeyball now a step closer to becoming a drug-delivery device
EurekAlert April 10, 2002

Take Three Buckeyballs Before Meals
SpaceDaily April 10, 2002

Microscopes move to smaller scales
PhysicsWeb April 09, 2002

Hydrogel Nanoparticles Will Help Enable Tunable Photonic Crystals
SpaceDaily April 09, 2002

South Korea expands funding for nanotech programs
Nanodot April 09, 2002

Optical Scientist Creates Inkjet Printed Light-Emitting Devices
ScienceDaily April 09, 2002

Encyclopedia Nanotech is online
Steve Lenhert April 09, 2002

Derwent Offers Instant Access to the Latest Patent Information on Nanotechnology
Derwent April 09, 2002

Ohio worries about gaining, retaining nanotech talent
Nanodot April 09, 2002

COMPANY SEES MEMS AS SOLUTION FOR AFFORDABLE BRAILLE DISPLAYS
Small Times April 09, 2002

Soft Hydrogel Nanoparticles Provide Foundation for Optically Tunable Photonic Crystals Via Controlled De-swelling
Georgia Institute of Technology April 08, 2002

Russian technology waves goodbye to strained silicon
EETimes April 08, 2002

Nanocrystals Technology Shines New Light on Optics
Nanotech Planet April 08, 2002

Silicon Valley Legend Regis McKenna Joins Board of Director at Nanosys
NL/PR Newswire April 08, 2002

INTERVIEW/Koji Omi: Unite nanotechnology with biotechnology
Asahi Shimbun April 08, 2002

IDAHO SCIENTIST FINDS NANOCOATING COULD HELP MAKE BUILDINGS STRONGER
Small Times April 08, 2002

NEW MICROSYSTEMS APPLICATIONS DRIVE FAST GROWTH, STUDY SAYS
Small Times April 08, 2002

Guiding light - CMD19/CMMP with The Physics Congress 2002
AlphaGalileo April 08, 2002

The next generation of computers will be timeless
AlphaGalileo April 08, 2002

Quantum information now readable
AlphaGalileo April 08, 2002

Forces active in self-assembly of novel molecules measured
EurekAlert April 07, 2002

Rice research yields 'designer' carbon nanotubes
EurekAlert April 06, 2002

Small research big on Illinois campus
EurekAlert April 06, 2002

Nanocoating protects building materials UPI May 31 [April 05], 2002. See also Super Hard Steel INEEL August 7, 2001

Time to think small
InfoWorld April 05, 2002

Will the future be green (based on biotechnology) or gray (based on nanotechnology and nanotech-powered AI)?
KurzweilAI.net April 05, 2002

Pioneers go beyond wires, walls and the World Wide Web
KurzweilAI.net April 05, 2002

Sony Develops Small Biped Entertainment Robot
Sony April 05, 2002

Breakthrough for Next-Gen Computer Chips
NewsFactor April 05, 2002

Redesigning Humans: Our Inevitable Genetic Future Gregory Stock April 05, 2002. Forget worries about cloning people. In the future, technological advances will bring far more meaningful and controversial changes to our offspring...

Firm to show off holographic video recorder
Ananova April 05, 2002. Full article InPhase Technologies

JDS UNIPHASE A SHELTER FOR MEMS DESPITE THE TELECOM BREAKDOWN
Small Times April 05, 2002

Nanomechanics: Response of a strained semiconductor structure
* Nature April 04, 2002

NanoInk Secures $3 million in First-Round Funding from Galway Partners, LLC and Lurie Investment Fund, LLC.
NanoInk April 04, 2002

Electron waves compute
TRNNews April 04, 2002

SIMPLE SILICON TRICK CONTROLS NANOTUBES, SAY RPI SCIENTISTS
Small Times April 04, 2002

FIRMS LAY FINANCIAL FOUNDATION RESTING ON NANOCLAY COMPOSITES
Small Times April 04, 2002

Powerful Magnet Puts Molecular World In Three Dimensions
SpaceDaily April 04, 2002

Carbon Nanotubes Grow Up, Out, and In All Three Dimensions...
Rensselaer News April 03, 2002

Sneak Peek: The Computer Screen of the Future
NewsFactor April 03, 2002

Porous glass makes minuscule sensor
TRN News April 03, 2002

MICROSCOPIC TECHNOLOGY PATENTS TO BE BOON FOR UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA
Small Times April 03, 2002

IRELAND'S ALLEGRO QUICK TO SEIZE OPPORTUNITY IN TINY LIQUID DROPS
Small Times April 03, 2002

CNI Pilot Plant to Start-Up Next Week
NanotechPlanet April 02, 2002

Voridian Company Donates Technology to the University of South Carolina
Voridian April 02, 2002

Investors Chronicle features nanotechnology
Nanodot April 02, 2002

Assessing the environmental impact of nanotech
Nanodot April 02, 2002

Researchers demo secure storage of quantum data
EETimes April 02, 2002

New MIT Nanomaterial Could Slide Into Future Soap And Beyond
ScienceDaily April 02, 2002

SPIDERS PUT A NEW SPIN ON NANOTECH INDUSTRY
Small Times April 02, 2002

Multiple Devices Fabricated in a Single Nanowire
Semiconductor International April 01, 2002

Taming High-Tech Particles
ScienceNews April 01, 2002

Scientists learning to manipulate carbon to achieve realistic dreams
Philly.com April 01, 2002

6,700 words on: THE SINGULARITY: A TALK WITH RAY KURZWEIL
Edge March 25, 2002. Video available as well.
Kurzweil briefs CEOs Over 30 minutes of video.

NANOTECH COULD POWER MAGNETS OF THE FUTURE
Small Times April 01, 2002

U.K. UNIVERSITIES ANSWER CALL TO TRAIN SMALL TECH SCIENTISTS
Small Times April 01, 2002

Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology
AIP/APS April 01, 2002


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