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July 2002 Nanotechnology News


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Scientific Partnership Seeks Huge Benefits from Small Devices
FSU July 31, 2002

UCI Samueli School to establish nanotechnology research facility
UCI News July 31, 2002

NANOMAT TO SPIN-OFF NANOVA, LLC, AND HIRES NEW CEO
Nanomat July 31, 2002

Tabletop system generates extreme-UV laser light
EETimes July 31, 2002

Tech groups unleash grid computing project
eTaiwanNews July 31, 2002

N.J. GOVERNOR FUNDS SMALL TECH CONSORTIUM BASED AT BELL LABS
Small Times July 31, 2002

Nano-encochleation serves up nutrients in pet food
Nanotechweb July 30, 2002

A Marriage of Nanotech and Biotech
BW Online July 30, 2002

Infineon, AMD, UMC team up on semiconductor technology
News.com July 30, 2002

SWISS SCHOOL KEEPS SPINNING OUT SMALL TECH FIRMS AT DIZZYING PACE
Small Times July 30, 2002

Tiny coloured beads that zero in on disease
Straits Times July 30, 2002

Close-Up of Atomic Cave-Dwellers
APS July 29, 2002

Molecular Junctions by Joining Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes
APS July 29, 2002

Towards Quantum Memory
inSight July 29, 2002

Kopin Shines Its Tiny Light
Forbes July 29, 2002

Scientists earn accolades, funding from storage disk
Taipei Times July 29, 2002

CARBON NANOTUBES FOUND TO FLUORESCE
Rice U. July 29, 2002

Pass the Snake Oil
Nanotechweb July 29, 2002

CNI HAS THE BRAINS, THE CASH, NOW ALL IT NEEDS IS THE MARKET
Small Times July 29, 2002

Nanowires self-assemble from individual particles
EE Times July 26, 2002

Carbon nanotubes fluoresce alone
Nanotechweb July 26, 2002

VCS ARE MORE TALK THAN ACTION IN FUNDING NANO, EXPERTS SAY
Small Times July 26, 2002

Finding advances quantum computing
UW-Madison July 25, 2002

Nanoscale Crystallography Reveals Hidden Structural Details
BNL July 25, 2002

Targesome Announces Successful Use of Nanoparticle System For Anti-Cancer Gene Therapy
Targesome July 25, 2002

Lining Them All Up In Quantum Land
SpaceDaily July 25, 2002

Union Chemical Laboratories will form a nanotechnology alliance
TEN July 25, 2002

Nano Products Hit the Shelves
Nanotech Planet July 25, 2002

Relaxed rules proposed for early 65-nm processes
EE Times July 25, 2002

Session spotlights challenges of low-k materials
EE Times July 25, 2002

Nano-sized antenna, coupled with IR near-field microscope, studies crystal lattice vibrations
OE Magazine July 25, 2002

"Size Matters"
3i Technology Papers July 25, 2002. Click "Download a copy of the full report"

Light switch promises powerful computers
TRN News July 25, 2002

Silicon chips set to go atomic
TRN News July 25, 2002

Disks set to go ballistic
TRN News July 25, 2002

Atom-level memory points to speed limit
EE Times July 25, 2002

Single-File Transport of Water Molecules through a Carbon Nanotube
Physical Review Letters July 25, 2002

NOBEL LAUREATE URGES CONGRESS TO FUND NANOTECH ENERGY RESEARCH
Small Times July 25, 2002

MICROARRAYS SHOW HOW CELLS INTERPRET GENETIC INFORMATION
Small Times July 25, 2002

Nanocatalysis and fossil fuels
CMPC July 24, 2002

Unfogging the Future
Tech Central Station July 24, 2002

Researchers to develop environment-cleansing bugs
New Zealand Herald July 24, 2002

Argonide gets into water filter space
NanotechWeb July 24, 2002

Biomedical Applications of Nanomedicine
PDF. AIP July 24, 2002

Will Quantum Processing be the Next Phase of the IT Revolution?
ICA Syndicate July 24, 2002

Mega Memory
Technology Review July 24, 2002

Infineon pursues wearable electronics
EE Times July 24, 2002

MEMS CUT FROM A DIFFERENT CLOTH; FIRM FINDS NEW POLYMER PROCESS
Small Times July 24, 2002

Moving a bit nearer to a quantum computer
a good primer AlphaGalileo July 23, 2002

Drug delivery device to help treat cardiovascular disease
CWRU July 23, 2002

Bacterial 'nano-machines' are focus of $15M grant
MIT July 23, 2002

Researchers Examine Materials for Next-Generation Semiconductors
Nanotech Planet July 23, 2002

DNA goes spintronic
PhysicsWeb July 23, 2002

Nanosphere joins forces with Takara Bio
NanotechWeb July 23, 2002

Nano effort needs broadening
UPI July 23, 2002

It's The N-Generation
Time July 23, 2002

Finding the charge within angstroms
EE Times July 23, 2002

Industry said to face steep lithography challenges
EE Times July 23, 2002

NEW ZURICH NANOTECH LAB WILL HELP ADVANCE INDUSTRY
Small Times July 23, 2002

SI DIAMOND TECHNOLOGY LOOKS TO EXPANSIVE FUTURE
Small Times July 23, 2002

Applied Materials Enables Future Chips with New Atomic Layer Technology
Stockhouse July 22, 2002

After 75 Years, Optiva Gives Polarizing Films a Facelift
Nanotech Planet July 22, 2002

Veeco Metrology Forms Technical Advisory Board
Veeco July 22, 2002

Researchers probe photoresists for next-gen ICs
EE Times July 22, 2002

In search of nanocircuits
Austin American-Statesman July 22, 2002

PHS MEMS COUNTS ON GROWTH IN MARKET FOR MOBILE HANDSETS
Small Times July 22, 2002

The Nano Circuit: California Puts Its Nano Foot Forward
Nanotech Planet July 19, 2002

Infrared antenna for nano-size mapping of crystal vibrations
Max Planck Society July 19, 2002 (PDF)

New laser aids nanotech measurement
UPI July 19, 2002

Math start-up reckons on doubling chip performance
SiliconStrategies July 19, 2002

STMicro, UMC forge technology alliance
EE Times July 19, 2002

Holograms prepped as next DVD spin
EE Times July 19, 2002

U.S. companies move up to 300-mm wafer fabs
EE Times July 19, 2002

Altair Nanotechnologies reveals drug for kidney dialysis patients
Nanotechweb July 19, 2002

N.Y. LANDS SEMATECH NORTH: A CENTER FOR NANOSCALE CHIP R&D
Small Times July 19, 2002

Nanotech Round-Up: Silicon Valley, as in Hudson Valley
Nanotech Planet July 18, 2002

Scientists Create New Material With Varying Densities of Gold Nanoparticles
BNL July 18, 2002

Biochip: Diagnosis in a Pinch
Wired July 18, 2002

Nanocor teams up with Mitsubishi Gas Chemical
Nanotechweb July 18, 2002

You can beat entropy
BBC News July 18, 2002

TAX CREDITS HELP KEEP SMALL TECH COMPANIES PROUD TO BE CANADIAN
Small Times July 18, 2002

The Next Wave
Business 2.0 July 18, 2002

BEC Created and Moved in Surface Microtrap
Physics News July 17, 2002

Quantum entanglement stronger than suspected
New Scientist July 17, 2002

Reports Say Materials Are Where to Find the Nano Action
Nanotech Planet July 17, 2002

Building Momentum For Colloid Engineering
NASA July 17, 2002

CdTe nanowires make themselves up
NanotechWeb July 17, 2002

DUPONT BUYS IP FOR NANOMATERIAL SEEN AS HOT IN COSMETICS, COATINGS
Small Times July 17, 2002

They've Seen the Future and Intend to Live It
* NYTimes July 16, 2002

TEXAS SCIENTISTS REACH OUT AND TOUCH MOLECULES
Texas A&M July 16, 2002

Report Forecasts Nearly $10 Billion in MEMS Revenue by 2006
Nanotech Planet July 16, 2002

Will Quantum Processing be the Next Phase of the IT Revolution?
ICA Syndicate July 16, 2002

Synthesis of nanoparticles coming into focus
EE Times July 16, 2002

It Slices! It Dices! Nanotube Struts Its Stuff
* NYTimes July 16, 2002

Magnetic Random-Access Memory
Technology Review July 16, 2002

Small systems defy second law
PhysicsWeb July 16, 2002

U.S., FRENCH GOVERNMENTS, INDUSTRY GET TOGETHER TO ADVANCE NANOTECH
Small Times July 16, 2002

Nanotechnology and Mass Destruction: The Need for an Inner Space Treaty
Acronym July 16, 2002

Computers without Clocks
SciAm July 15, 2002

Electronic Chemicals
C&EN July 15, 2002

Nanopowders from Argonide Exploding Their Way into Water Filtration
NanotechPlanet July 15, 2002

WHITE PAPER GETS EXPERTS WONDERING ABOUT NANO REALITY AND HYPE
Small Times July 15, 2002

SENSORS TO DETECT ILLNESS FROM WITHIN
Small Times July 15, 2002

LAB-ON-A-CHIP LEADER CALIPER FINDS HAZARDS ON PIONEER TRAIL
Small Times July 15, 2002

Condensates on crest of a wave
Physics Web July 15, 2002

BioForce Nanosciences awarded SBIR/NIH grant for developing NanoArrayer™
BF N July 15, 2002

Arizona State University is looking for students
ASU July 14, 2002

Buckymedicine
Science News July 13, 2002

TEXAS A&M GROUP CHOSEN TO LEAD NASA EXPERIMENT
Small Times July 12, 2002

Micron Demos Next-Gen Memory Technology
NewsFactor July 12, 2002

Cell parts paint picture
TRN News July 12, 2002

Self-learning eases quantum computing
TRN News July 12, 2002

Photons heft more data
TRN News July 12, 2002

A Two-Pronged Attack on Bioterrorism
Science & Technology Review July 12, 2002

X-ray beams thin out
Nanotechweb July 12, 2002

NANO ISN'T SOLO; GOVERNMENT TO ENCOURAGE CONVERGENCE
Small Times July 12, 2002

Transistors Spin Toward Quantum Computing
NewsFactor July 11, 2002

Japan's chipmakers unveil 90nm venture plans
EE Times July 11, 2002

Nanotechnology may be over-hyped
The Register July 11, 2002

BURLINGTON INDUSTRIES LOOKS TO NANOTECH TEXTILES TO HELP ITS REVIVAL
Small Times July 11, 2002

PURDUE TO HEAD NASA NANOELECTRONICS INSTITUTE AT DISCOVERY PARK
Small Times July 11, 2002

BOC and QinetiQ Nanomaterials form alliance to target growing nanotech market
BOC and QinetiQ July 11, 2002

Gordon Moore thinks Moore's law may get amended
EE Times July 11, 2002

Intel's 300-mm fab push will reduce processor die sizes
EE Times July 11, 2002

Hitachi's multilevel flash cell to debut in 1-Gbit chip
EE Times July 11, 2002

Oxonica's Nanopowders Improve Catalysts, Biotags and Sunscreen
Nanotech Planet July 11, 2002

Silicon atoms play a bit part
Nanotechweb July 11, 2002

Kodak to make nanoparticles on demand
Nanotechweb July 11, 2002

FIRMS MAY HELP U.S. DECLARE INDEPENDENCE FROM FOREIGN OIL
Small Times July 11, 2002

Racing toward a nanotechnology industry: Purdue facility to link scientists, entrepreneurs
KRT Wire July 10, 2002

Biosensor detects patient drug use
EE Times July 10, 2002

Artificial Leaves
Physics News July 10, 2002

Press invite: 26th International Conference on the Physics of Semiconductors
AlphaGalileo July 10, 2002

Moore's Law will continue to rule
ZDNet July 10, 2002

TALE OF TWO TECHS: BIO SUSTAINS VC FUNDING, WHILE NANO HAS TO WAIT
Small Times July 10, 2002

SEEING NANOTUBE X-RAY THROUGH FROM IDEA TO PRODUCT PROVES HARD
Small Times July 10, 2002

TRW claims first laser source for production EUV tools
EETimes July 09, 2002

Process issues push into 90-nm design flows
EE Times July 09, 2002

Nanocontacts could make hard drives go 'ballistic'
EE Times July 09, 2002

When Chips Get Under Our Skin
NewsFactor July 09, 2002

Flash Memory: Evolution or Revolution
NewsFactor July 09, 2002

MICHIGAN SCIENTISTS TO DEVELOP NANOSENSORS FOR ASTRONAUTS
Small Times July 09, 2002. See also How Miniature Radiation Detectors Will Keep Astronauts Safe in Deep Space
Space.com July 17, 2002

NANOTUBE CATHODE BREAKTHROUGH MAY MAKE PORTABLE X-RAYS POSSIBLE
Small Times July 09, 2002

Nanoprobes Receives Phase II SBIR Grant on Gold Quenched Molecular Beacons
Nanoprobes July 08, 2002

Merged science promises golden age
UPI July 08, 2002. See the full report Converging Technologies for Improving Human Performance

Nanotubes mix with quantum entanglement
Nanotechweb July 08, 2002

UF team thinking small for treatments
In designing treatments that may protect the heart and other organs from the toxic effects of drug overdose, researchers at the University of Florida are thinking small - infinitely small. UF scientists in medicine, engineering and chemistry see "enormous potential" in the medical applications of drug-binding molecules tiny enough to travel through the body's smallest capillaries. Called nanopharmaceuticals, these drug-uptake particles are 10,000 times smaller than the diameter of a human hair or 700 times smaller than the diameter of a human red blood cell. Gainsvillesun July 08, 2002

Another Dimension
Yahoo!News July 08, 2002

Quantum Computing Puts Encrypted Messages at Risk
NewsFactor July 08, 2002

The nanoHUB Project
PDF. 3-page description of the nanoHUB and PUNCH nanoelectronic simulation tools. nanoHub July 08, 2002

Effective Solvents for Nanocrystal Formation
NewsWise July 08, 2002

Jefferson Lab Free-Electron Laser Upgrade Could Induce Completely New Phenomena In Materials
ScienceDaily July 08, 2002

CONNECTING GENETIC DOTS AIDS IN CANCER RESEARCH
Small Times July 08, 2002

MICROSTRAIN'S ORIENTATION SENSOR GETS THE ATTENTION OF U.S. NAVY
Small Times July 08, 2002

Light turns into glowing liquid
EurekAlert July 07, 2002

What designers should know about RET
EE Design July 05, 2002

ETH Zurich Opens New Laboratory for Micro- and Nanoscience [FIRST]
Link to FIRST AlphaGalileo July 05, 2002

Molecular lithography builds up electronics
Nanotechweb July 05, 2002

Technology shapes tomorrow's digital hospital
EE Times July 05, 2002

Q&A with NEC's Sumio Iijima
BusinessWeek July 05, 2002

Breakthrough In Crystalline Oxide Film Technology
ScienceDaily July 05, 2002

Nanocrystalline silicon shapes up
Nanotechweb July 05, 2002

Breakthrough made in electronics technology
EurekAlert July 04, 2002

Magnetic Future
Technology Review July 03, 2002

Spinonics
AIP July 03, 2002

Magnetic Random-Access Memory
Technology Review July 03, 2002

Carbon nanotubes put X-rays in the picture
Nanotechweb July 03, 2002

Fifth Alcor Conference on Extreme Life Extension
Alcor July 03, 2002

DID BELL LABS' RISING NANOTECH STAR COMMIT THE CARDINAL SIN OF SCIENCE?
Small Times July 03, 2002

Doped ceramic behaves like low-temp superconductor
EE Times July 02, 2002

Pre-clinical brain cancer testing underway
PDF Advectus Life Sciences July 02, 2002

The Next Wave
Business 2.0 July 02, 2002

Small Wonders
Business 2.0 / Tim Harper July 02, 2002

Selective nanofilters for proteins, DNA
UCD July 02, 2002

Japan venture seeks common 90-nm process
EE Times July 02, 2002

GAMING MAY BE THE 'TROJAN HORSE' THAT SNEAKS MEMS INTO YOUR PALM
Small Times July 02, 2002

Nanotech Revolution
CIO.com July 01, 2002

Singapore Backs Nanotechnology Business
NBP July 01, 2002

Simulation of quantum dynamics with quantum optical systems
Abstract Full article PDF. A proposal to use a quantum computer to study quantum dynamics. arXiv.org July 01, 2002

Nanotech Revolution
CIO July 01, 2002

The Nano Circuit: Biological Interconnects in Circuitry?
Nanotech Planet July 01, 2002

Data Storage Shrinks to Nanoscale
NewsFactor July 01, 2002. Graphics about Ballistic Magnetoresistance AIP July 01, 2002

How much is the EU spending on nanotechnology?
NanotechWeb July 01, 2002

Tech week nanotechnology colloquium announced.
Austin American-Statesman July 01, 2002

Through the Lens of New Technologies
Harrow Technology Report July 01, 2002

A DARPA-FUNDED PROJECT TURNED INTO MEMS TELECOM SUPPLIER POLYCHROMIX
Small Times July 01, 2002

THAT'S NANOTAINMENT! 'MINORITY' BEGINS ERA OF CINEMA SMALL TECH
Small Times July 01, 2002


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