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January 2002 Nanotechnology News


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Nanosys Founder and University of California-Berkeley Professor Makes Major Advance in Nanomaterial Developmeny
PR Newswire January 31, 2002

JETRO U.S. - Japan Hi Tech Partnership 2002
"Japan Meets the Nano Republic of California"
LARTA January 31, 2002

Novartis Pathways features article on medical nanorobots, by DR. ROBERT FREITAS JR.
Nanodot January 31, 2002

Australia reprioritizes research funding, including nanotechnology
Nanodot January 31, 2002

Adult stem cell line may serve for regenerative medicine
Nanodot January 31, 2002

Nanoceramic Polymer Implants Compatible With Bone
UniSci January 31, 2002

HEALTH-CARE INGREDIENTS HITCH RIDE IN NANOVEHICLE FOR DIRECT DELIVERY
SmallTimes January 31, 2002

SCIENTISTS AT OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY MAKE TINY DEVICE PARTS STICK TOGETHER
SmallTimes January 31, 2002

Quantum wires probe electrons
* PhysicsWeb January 30, 2002

Throwing the DNA switch
BBC News January 30, 2002

Call For Scientists, Technologists To Fight Terrorism
Space.com January 30, 2002

Chips Go 3-D
Technology Review January 30, 2002

"Tips for Bringing Nanotech Products to Market"
Sygertech January 30, 2002 - PDF link on their home page

Silicon Nanoparticles Now Come In Family Of Sizes And Fluorescent Colors
Space Daily January 30, 2002

Study reveals new information on how viruses enter cells
Purdue News January 30, 2002

Report on the "1st North American Perpendicular Magnetic Recording Conference"
NAPMRC January 30, 2002

RPI among finalists for Army nanotech project
Times Union January 30, 2002

RPI researchers report work on nanotubes
Nanodot January 30, 2002

Heath team at UCLA reports advance in nanotube molectronics
Nanodot January 30, 2002

Viral shells as nanochemical building blocks
Nanodot January 30, 2002

The Incredible Shrinking Hard Drive
NewsFactor January 30, 2002

MEMS CONTROLLER FOR HARD DRIVES PROMISES ABILITY TO READ DENSE DATA
SmallTimes January 30, 2002

SCRIPPS RESEARCHERS TURN VIRUSES INTO ENHANCED NANO BUILDING BLOCKS
SmallTimes January 30, 2002

Viruses may help make microchips
UPI January 29, 2002

pSivida Subsidiary in New Biosilicon Collaboration
StockHouse January 29, 2002

Do Carbon Nanotubes Need To Be Doped As Silicon Is?
UniSci January 29, 2002

Cylinders make circuits spontaneously
Nature January 29, 2002

Evolution Capital Report, "Nanotechnology: Commercial Opportunity"
NanotechNews January 29, 2002

An Anthrax Test In Your Palm
Wired January 29, 2002

MEMS MANUFACTURER IS SMALL AND WANTS TO STAY THAT WAY
SmallTimes January 29, 2002

NANOTUBE STARTUP GETS CUSTOMERS OLD-FASHIONED WAY: 'WORD JUST SPREAD'
SmallTimes January 29, 2002

NANOCOMPOSITES IN TENNIS BALLS LOCK IN AIR, BUILD BETTER BOUNCE
SmallTimes January 29, 2002

Growing Nanotubes In Predetermined Patterns: A First
UniSci January 28, 2002

The Future of CPUs in Brief
Technology Review January 28, 2002

Nanotube 'Peapods' Have Tunable Electronic Properties
Space Daily January 28, 2002

Nanomaterials expert wins Franklin Medal in Earth Sciences
EurekAlert January 28, 2002

Researchers at TSRI turn viruses into enhanced nanochemical building blocks
EurekAlert January 28, 2002

N.Y.'S IN A NANO STATE OF MIND WITH RESEARCH AND VC MONEY
SmallTimes January 28, 2002

SCIENTISTS PRINT SENSORS THAT DETECT HUNDREDS OF CHEMICALS AT SAME TIME
SmallTimes January 28, 2002

MEMS 2002 CONFERENCE ORGANIZER SEES STANDARDS RISING AS THE FIELD MATURES
SmallTimes January 28, 2002

Le Monde articles profile Minatec, EU nanotech efforts
Nanodot January 28, 2002

Japanese researchers create hybrid diamond-like film
Nanodot January 28, 2002

Top KurzweilAI.net News of 2001
KurzweilAI January 28, 2002

PROTEIN-DETECTION TECHNOLOGIES WILL RISE THIS YEAR, SURVEY SAYS
SmallTimes January 28, 2002

The future of communications - Venture capitalist eyes groundbreaking technologies
CBS Marketwatch January 26, 2002

NanotechWatch: Strategic partnering next for Nanopowders Industries -
Nanotech Planet January 25, 2002

Superhard electrical crystal carbon film
UPI January 25, 2002

Laser tweezers get a grip on DNA
PhysicsWeb January 25, 2002

First Nano-Scale Maps Of Granular Superconductivity
UniSci January 25, 2002

New Technologies Help Chips Chill Out
NewsFactor * January 25, 2002

Tips for Bringing Nanotech Products to Market
Nanodot January 25, 2002

New Report to Show Significant Growth in U.S. MEMS Industry
MIG January 18, 2002

Chicken Little is still alive and squawking
Dallas Business Journal January 18, 2002

Pirelli signs research alliance with MIT for optical nanotechnologies
MIT News January 18, 2002

GENE CHIPS GIVE RESEARCHER A FIGHTING EDGE AGAINST PAIN
SmallTimes January 18, 2002

NASA project to develop nanocapsules for cancer therapy
Nanodot January 17, 2002

Whose idea is it, anyway?
CSM January 17, 2002

Young High-Tech Firm Collaborates with Pharma Giant -
biocommunications.net January 17, 2002

TAIWAN OFFICIALLY LAUNCHES NEW NANOTECHNOLOGY CENTER
SmallTimes January 17, 2002

SCIENCE FRICTION: RESEARCHERS LOOK AT LUBRICANTS FOR MINUSCULE MACHINES
SmallTimes January 17, 2002

COOL JETS: MICRONOZZLES SPLATTER APPLICATIONS BEYOND INKJET PRINTER
SmallTimes January 17, 2002

UK nano groups in partnership TECHNOLOGY WORTH WATCHING
Financial Times January 17, 2002

Nanophase Technologies Announces Fourth Quarter 2001 Revenue
PR Newswire January 17, 2002

A bid to take the lead
ASME January 17, 2002

NANOPHASE TECHNOLOGIES ANNOUNCES CORE PATENT APPLICATION
Nanophase January 16, 2002

Morphing DNA makes motor
TRN News January 16, 2002

NYT article describes progress in regenerative medicine
Nanodot January 16, 2002

We can rewrite Genesis
SPIDER ROBINSON January 16, 2002 [original appeared August 7, 2001]

Inventors shrink links to form 'microchain' -
Ananova January 16, 2002

An overview of South Korean nanotech programs
Nanodot January 16, 2002

NYT article describes progress in regenerative medicine
Nanodot January 16, 2002

Carbon nanotubes to improve solar cells
EETimes January 16, 2002

WITH ONE 'ZAP,' RADIO-CONTROLLED DNA COULD DELIVER DRUGS, DIAGNOSE DISEASE
Smalltimes January 16, 2002

USC RESEARCHERS BUILD NANOBOTS THAT WILL MONITOR WATER POLLUTION
Smalltimes January 16, 2002

Voyage of the Nano-Surgeons
NASA January 15, 2002

Foresight Update 47
Foresight January 15, 2002

Atom-thin silicon films for supercomputers
InfoSpace January 15, 2002

Special issue of Interface highlights nanotech
Nanodot January 15, 2002

Micro magazine considers nanotech for semiconductor industry
Nanodot January 15, 2002

Story tips From the Department of Energy's Oak Ridge National Laboratory
EurekAlert January 15, 2002

BRITISH MEDICAL SENSOR COMPANY
GETS FDA OK, LOOKS FOR PARTNERS

Smalltimes January 15, 2002

WORLD'S SMALLEST MICROCHAIN DRIVE SAVES SPACE ON CHIPS, SANDIA SAYS
Smalltimes January 15, 2002

TEMPEST IN A TINY TUBE
C&EN January 14, 2002

The 5th Annual Edge Question
Edge January 14, 2002

Shermer's Last Law
UFO UpDates January 14, 2002

Flexible Transistors on a Roll
Technology Review January 14, 2002

New vision of magnetic tunnelling
PhysicsWeb January 14, 2002

Five Trends to Watch in 2002
Clean Edge January 14, 2002

EU formulates research budget for Sixth Framework Programme
Nanodot January 14, 2002

FRENCH MEGAPROJECT FOR MICROTECH HOPES TO CULTIVATE NEW COMPANIES
SmallTimes January 14, 2002

Business Week profiles tech "gurus"
Nanodot January 14, 2002

Swarms Of Tiny Robots To Monitor Water Pollution
UniSci January 14, 2002

CITY UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG ATTRACTING NANO RESEARCHERS
SmallTimes January 14, 2002

'No sharp distinction between human and machine intellligence' - Kurzweil on TechTV
KurzweilAI.net January 12, 2002

Tiny silicon grains for lasers on a chip
Infospace January 11, 2002

MEMS ARE SLOWLY FINDING THEIR WAY INTO THE COOLEST CONSUMER GADGETS
SmallTimes January 11, 2002

An Interview with Nantero's CEO and Co-founder Greg Schmergel -
Nanotech Watch January 11, 2002

USC lab launches project to create nanobot swarms for ocean research
Nanodot January 10, 2002

MEMSCAP STILL THINKS LARGE DESPITE TELECOM'S TROUBLES
SmallTimes January 10, 2002

A World of Wee Devices Seeks Some Batteries to Match
NY Times [reg req'd] January 10, 2002

Systems analysis of a yeast proteome
NanoDot January 10, 2002

SILICON WAFERS HAVE EXPLOSIVE PROPERTIES THAT CAN BE USEFUL FOR NANOSCALE SENSORS
SmallTimes January 10, 2002

engeneOS to Commercialize Breakthrough Technology for Remote Electronic Control of Biomolecular Functions
PRN Newswire January 09, 2002

TAIWAN FOCUSES ON NANOTECHNOLOGY, COMPETES AND COOPERATES WITH CHINA
SmallTimes January 09, 2002

Physics research suggests it might be possible to lengthen battery life
UNC News Services January 08, 2002

THE LITTLE ENZYME THAT COULD: INVESTORS BELIEVE IN CRYSTALS
SmallTimes January 09, 2002

SMALL SENSORS CONTINUALLY MONITOR WATER AND AIR FOR HARMFUL COMPOUNDS
SmallTimes January 09, 2002

JUST HOW SMALL CAN YOU GO? SCIENTIST WANTS TO FIND OUT
SmallTimes January 08, 2002

Funding for nanotech to aid industry
Taipei Times January 08, 2002

Solid stops light
Nature January 08, 2002

ZeoSync: Data Discovery Can Shake Up Tech Sector -
Reuters January 08, 2002

Carbon Nanotechnologies, Inc. Licenses Production Process To DuPont
Internet Wire January 08, 2002

THE BEST-LAID PLANS OF MEMS WENT AWRY IN THE 4TH QUARTER
SmallTimes January 08, 2002

Pulsating 'space Hairs' Could Help Small Satellites Dock With Their Mother Ship
SpaceDaily January 07, 2002

Nanophase Technology Announces New Product
Nanophase Technologies January 07, 2002

BAI to conduct special audit on IT, BT, NT sectors
Korea Herald January 07, 2002

CONDUCTING POLYMER NANOWIRES CREATED
ACS/C&EN January 07, 2002

NANOPARTICLES STABILIZE COLLOIDS
ACS/C&EN January 07, 2002

Small Is Beautiful
Tech Central Station January 07, 2002

Top KurzweilAI.net News of 2001
KurzweilAI.net January 07, 2002

THE COMING OF THE NANO-AGE - Fall 2001 Review
Berkeley Lab January 07, 2002

When Micro Meets Nano
Micro Magazine January 07, 2002

Bill Joy Interview - High-tech holds promise, hazards for global future -
Yomiuri Shimbun January 07, 2002

Congratulations CardioMag, Evident
Business Review January 07, 2002 [Dec 31, 2001]

JAPAN SEES NANOTECH AS KEY TO REBUILDING ITS ECONOMY
SmallTimes January 07, 2002

Hebrew University to invest $40m. in new nanotech center
DigitalIsrael.com January 06, 2002

Taiwan hoping for giant steps in a minute world
Taipei Times January 06, 2002

Materials Made to Order
Business Week January 04, 2002

MIT unveils new center supporting technological innovation in New England
MIT News January 04, 2002

BAYOU-TECHNOLOGY: LOUISIANA ADDS NANO TO ECONOMIC GUMBO
SmallTimes January 04, 2002

FCC Set to OK New Wireless System
LATimes January 04, 2002

CALIFORNIA NANOTECH RESEARCH
GETS A BOOST WITH NEW BUILDINGS

SmallTimes January 04, 2002

Tapping DNA power for computers
BusinessWeek January 04, 2002

From matter waves to a crystal of atoms and back
Max Planck Society January 03, 2002

Nanotube 'peapods' have tunable electronic properties, scientists say
EurekAlert January 03, 2002

NIST to Launch Combinatorial Methods Center
NIST January 03, 2002

Technologyreview.com has a new look
January 03, 2002

Greater Washington Nanotech Group holds open house events
Nanodot January 03, 2002

NYU scientists advance toward nanorobots
EurekAlert January 03, 2002

Workshop on Nanostructures for Electronics, Optics
Nanodot January 03, 2002

DARPA AND AGILENT INVEST $6.1M TO MAKE DNA SYNTHESIS CHEAPER
SmallTimes January 03, 2002

Nanotechnology spotlighted at RadTech 2002
Paint and Coatings January 03, 2002

Software agents evolve purpose
TRN News January 02, 2002

Brainstorming to prevent nanotech-based terrorism
Nanodot January 02, 2002

MEMS AND MOVEMENT MAKE BEAUTIFUL MUSIC TOGETHER
SmallTimes January 02, 2002

Quantum dots allow communication with, perhaps control of, brain cells
Nanodot January 02, 2002

CARBON NANOTUBES GIVE SCIENTISTS USEFUL MODEL FOR HOW BODY WORKS
SmallTimes January 02, 2002

NYU scientists advance toward nanorobots
EurekAlert January 02, 2002

NANOTECH SHOULD HELP THE WORLD, NOT JUST THE WEST, EXPERTS WARN
SmallTimes January 02, 2002

N.J. prominent in scientific gains
Bergen.com January 01, 2001


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