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June 2002 Nanotechnology News


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New dimensions for manufacturing A UK strategy for nanotechnology - PDF UK Dept of Trade and Industry June 30, 2002

We should look forward to the future Guardian Unlimited June 30, 2002

Nanotech could turn planes into birds UPI June 29, 2002

Window on a Small World ACS June 29, 2002

New Way Of Attacking Angiogenesis To Block Tumors UniSci June 28, 2002

Splitting Up Cooper Pairs APS June 28, 2002

Researchers Claim New Chip Technology Beats Moore's Law NewsFactor June 28, 2002

INDUSTRY, UNIVERSITIES HELP NASA GET NANOTECHNOLOGY OFF THE GROUND Small Times June 28, 2002

JMAR Receives First Orders for Its Proprietary Nano-Zoom Metrology Systems StockHouse June 27, 2002

Federal tech transfer turns to nanotech UPI June 27, 2002

Webcast--Investing In Nanotech Josh Wolfe offers an explanation of nanotechnology, its implications ... Forbes June 27, 2002

Nanogen Introduces Cystic Fibrosis Analyte Specific Reagents ... performed on the NanoChip(R) Molecular Biology Workstation ... Nanogen June 27, 2002

Mechanical X-rays * Nature June 27, 2002

Micro-quixotic * Nature June 27, 2002

Molecular switches ride the crossbar * Nature June 27, 2002

Nanotech Runs Behind Semiconductors, MEMS in Optical IC Market - Nanotech Planet June 27, 2002

ONLY A FEW COMMUNITY COLLEGES TRAINING FUTURE MEMS WORKFORCE Small Times June 27, 2002

'SPINTRONICS' COULD HERALD A NEW AGE IN COMPUTERS Small Times June 27, 2002

NANOTECHNOLOGY WILL SOON CHANGE THE DATA STORAGE INDUSTRY Small Times June 27, 2002

Electron pulses reach the femtosecond scale PhysicsWeb June 26, 2002

Ballistic Magnetoresistance Physics News June 26, 2002

Nanochemistry Aids Tissue Engineering Tech Review June 26, 2002

Nanotechnology: Small Stuff, Big Business Tech Review June 26, 2002

An Optically Pumped Nanocrystal Quantum Dot Laser Physics News June 26, 2002

Nanospintronics: A Single-Spin Transistor Physics News June 26, 2002

Nanotech could monitor astronaut health UPI June 26, 2002

Moon mission could make own solar cells UPI June 26, 2002

Agere Systems Announces Comprehensive 90 Nanometer Custom Chip Platform Agere June 26, 2002

Nanotech: Will small stuff become big business? TechTV June 26, 2002

Rodel Partners with Nanophase for CMP Slurries Nanotech Planet June 26, 2002

Unhealthy glow signals bioterror BBC News June 26, 2002

University at Buffalo Materials Researchers Develop Device for "Ultrasmall" Data Storage UB News June 26, 2002

Eric Henderson Interview Nanotechnology Now June 26, 2002

Plastic computer memory advances TRN News June 26, 2002

Bent wires make cheap circuits TRN News June 26, 2002

Nanocor and AMCOL team up on nanocomposites Nanotechweb June 26, 2002

VENTURE FIRM STAYS A STEP AHEAD BY CLOSELY FOLLOWING RESEARCH Small Times June 26, 2002

Applied Materials Introduces Advanced Patterning Film to Enable Sub-50nm Transistor Gates - Applied Materials June 25, 2002

Silicon nanoparticle electronic switches Patent app. Delphion June 25, 2002

Applied Materials Introduces Advanced Patterning Film to Enable Sub-50nm Transistor Gates Applied Materials June 25, 2002

At Los Alamos, Two Visions of Supercomputing NYT June 25, 2002

Molecular Memory Remains the Prize for MEC - Nanotech Planet June 25, 2002

Nanotech will spur space medicine advances UPI June 25, 2002

Nanochemistry aids tissue engineering UPI June 25, 2002

Cornell demos single-atom transistor EE Times June 25, 2002. Previously reported here Cornell scientists create single-atom transistor Cornell News June 12, 2002.

BioForce Nanosciences awarded Phase I SBIR/NIH/NIAID grant for developing an ultra-sensitive, ultra-miniaturized biological warfare agent detection system. BioForce Nanosciences June 25, 2002

NanoMem said to exceed flash density one-hundredfold EE Times June 25, 2002

N/2 Wrongs Make a Right APS June 25, 2002

MIT Project Creates Smart Computing Environment NewsFactor June 25, 2002

Triple nanolayers combat wear and tear Nanotechweb June 25, 2002

Taiwan hails cooperation with Canada Taipei Times June 25, 2002

U.S. ARMY PLANS NEW CENTER TO DEVELOP MILITARY NANOTECH Small Times June 25, 2002

Researchers Create Biosensor to Protect Food and Water ClemsoNews June 25, 2002

Researchers get big results from science of the small Detroit Free Press June 25, 2002

Nanoscale detector checks out cell biology Nanotechweb June 24, 2002

Sen. Clinton calls for research coalition Business Review June 24, 2002

U.S. Nanotech Funding Heads for $1 Billion Horizon Good chart for all countries spending.
IEEE June 24, 2002. More EU Invests Big Sum in Nanotechnology Research NL/Xinhua News Agency June 24 [13], 2002

PRINCETON BUILDS TINIEST TUNNEL, REVEALS NANOSTAMPING PROCESS Small Times June 24, 2002

FROM CONCEPT TO MARKET: NEW BONDING METHOD IS READY TO GO Small Times June 24, 2002

Hybrid architecture embeds Xilinx FPGA core into IBM ASICs EE Times June 24, 2002

Intel Ships The World's First 2 Gigahertz Microprocessor For Mobile PCs Intel June 24, 2002

Isolating bits on a disk drive could shatter storage limits. Technology Review June 24, 2002

Nanotechnology program aims to make NT$300b - Taiwan News June 24, 2002

SWISS MIMOTEC SEES THE FUTURE IN THE U.S. MICROFLUIDICS MARKET Small Times June 24, 2002

NANOSTRUCTURES IN NANOSECONDS ACS/C&EN June 24, 2002

Printing Computer Chips by Laser Tech Review June 21, 2002

N-E team behind microchip advance Hoover's June 21, 2002

U.S. AGENCY TACKLES NANO'S NEXT CHALLENGE: MEASUREMENT Small Times June 21, 2002

Russia comes to fore in microelectronics research EE Times June 21, 2002

Nanolayers Hopes to Cover Holes in Organic Semiconductors - NanotechPlanet June 21, 2002

Micro medical devices could transform health care EE Times June 21, 2002

Excuse Me, Is Your Tooth Ringing? Wired June 21, 2002

Magnetic spins to store quantum information Nanotechweb June 21, 2002

Nanofilter sorts out drug molecules Nanotechweb June 21, 2002. Also Antibodies In Nanotubes In Membranes Separate Drugs UniSci June 21, 2002

Silver foils the diffraction limit Nanotechweb June 21, 2002

NIST Open House Showcases Nanotech Research Nanotech Planet June 21, 2002

Communications breakdown: why Europe isn't getting the message Nanotechweb June 21, 2002

BRAINY FOOD: ACADEMIA, INDUSTRY SINK THEIR TEETH INTO EDIBLE NANO Small Times June 21, 2002

Opening Remarks at the NIST Nanotechnology Open House NIST June 20, 2002

The Death and Rebirth of Silicon UCB June 20, 2002

Research could accelerate computing to speed of light UofT June 20, 2002

Don't Blink: Interview with Jeff Harrow Part I and Part II UPI June 19, 2002

William E. Buhro Interview Nanotechnology Now June 20, 2002. Chemists make first boron nanowhiskers WUSL June 19, 2002

The Tinkertoys of Nanotechnology Lab Notes UC Berkeley June 20, 2002

With cues from nature, scientists develop new method to purify drugs EurekAlert June 20, 2002

Nanotech Initiative Needs Major Interdisciplinary Investment Space Daily June 20, 2002

Ordered porous materials for emerging applications * Nature June 20, 2002

Striking a Blow for Chip Tech Wired June 20, 2002. More Discovery could lead to faster, smaller, cheaper computer chips EurekAlert June 20, 2002

NeoPhotonics completes funding round Nanotechweb June 20, 2002

GUN-SHY EUROPEAN VC FIRMS WANT REVENUE PLANS, NOT HYPE Small Times June 20, 2002

Custom nanotubes from a wet template EE Times June 19, 2002

Laser lithography makes cheaper chips Nanotechweb June 19, 2002

New method for 'visualizing' proteins reported... Cornell News June 19, 2002

Silicon quantum computer Nature June 19, 2002

MIT's Project Oxygen unveils host of new computing technologies MIT News June 19, 2002

EUROPE LONGS TO PLAY CATCH-UP IN NANOTECH COMMERCIALIZATION Small Times June 19, 2002

Adding Up With Individual Atoms Space Daily June 19, 2002

Extremely small is beautiful Ha'aretz June 18, 2002

HARRIS & HARRIS GROUP NOTES NEOPHOTONICS FINANCING ANNOUNCEMENT HHGP June 18, 2002

Quantum Computers: One Step Closer NewsFactor Network June 18, 2002

New Name, New Funding for the Former Piezomax NanotechPlanet June 18, 2002. More nPoint Unveils World's Most Advanced Technology for Nanoscale Motion And Control nanoapex June 17, 2002

HARRIS & HARRIS GROUP INVESTS IN OPTIVA, INC. HHGP June 18, 2002

Cagey chemistry ACS June 18, 2002

Proteomics on a chip AlphaGalileo June 18, 2002

Nanopharmaceuticals Open Up Brand New Field Of Study UniSci June 18, 2002

Nanomagnetics boosts magnetic storage density Nanotechweb June 18, 2002

NANOTECH FOR THE COMMON MAN... Small Times June 18, 2002

ALIGNING POLYMER NANOTUBES, EASILY C&EN June 17, 2002

Membrane filter technology is helping to remove barriers to cleaner drinking water University of Houston June 17, 2002

Tiny Weapons With Giant Potential mult-sclerosis.org June 17, 2002

Materials transitions stalk CMOS scaling EE Times June 17, 2002

Chip industry tackles escalating mask costs EE Times June 17, 2002

APPLIED NANOTECH INC. ANNOUNCES THE USE OF ITS CARBON NANOTUBE COLD CATHODES FOR MEDICAL APPLICATIONS SI Diamond June 17, 2002

For Intel, Hype Without Silicon is Just Hype - Nanotech Planet June 17, 2002

Breaking the Mold Scientific America June 17, 2002

Twelve scientists lay odds on the next great inventions Forbes June 17, 2002

Australian Scientists Teleport a Beam of Light BBC News June 17, 2002

ISSYS MAKES STRATEGIC DECISION TO FOCUS ON THE MEDICAL MARKET Small Times June 17, 2002

U.S., RUSSIAN NANOTECHNOLOGY FINALLY COME IN FROM THE COLD Small Times June 17, 2002

UCLA Researchers Create Fast, Inexpensive Organic Memory Device UCLA June 15, 2002

Eiffel Technologies Signs Second Agreement with BattellePharma - Eiffel Technologies June 14, 2002

Sony display sports 3,000:1 contrast ratio EE Times June 14, 2002

Center for Nanosciences at Brookhaven Lab DOE News June 14, 2002

'High-tech' cosmetics coming into vogue Yomiuri Shimbun June 14, 2002

The Nano Circuit: Asian Manufacturing Could Help Nanotech Start-Ups - Nanotech Planet June 14, 2002

John Glenn Biomedical Engineering Consortium PDF Brochure. Contains info on 10 projects, including "Biochips for Space" and "Microminiature Device" NASA June 14, 2002

Magnetic Microchip Performs Key Computer Operation UniSci June 14, 2002

Los Alamos, Tachyon to develop 3D chips based on wafer-stacking process EE Times June 14, 2002

SCIENTISTS CHART A NEW PATH TOWARD QUANTUM COMPUTING Small Times June 14, 2002

BIG BLUE WANTS ITS LITTLE MEMS WORKING INSIDE YOUR CELL PHONE Small Times June 14, 2002

Standard target for nanomeasure EE Times June 13, 2002

NANOTECHNOLOGY: FROM VISION TO INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION? EU Research and the Growth Programme June 13, 2002

Altair Development Team Fabricates Monolithic Fuel Cell Structures Altair Nanotechnologies June 13, 2002

CHIPPING AWAY.... Asahi Shimbun June 13, 2002

NanoOpto Announces Addition of Ed Zschau to Board of Directors.... NanoOpto June 13, 2002

Diagonal chip wiring may be routine by 2004 EE Times June 13, 2002

INTEL'S CTO HAS A SMASHING TIME Small Times June 13, 2002

FRENCH DRINK TAP WATER? OUI, IF IT'S NANOFILTERED Small Times June 13, 2002

Sub-aquatic electronics * Nature June 13, 2002

Atoms wired up * Nature June 13, 2002

Nanomachines out of gear * Nature June 13, 2002

Georgia Tech named 'NASA Institute' BizJournals June 12, 2002

Magnets open the gate to nanoscale logic PhysicsWeb June 12, 2002

European Union Research Drives Nanotechnology Revolution NanoOpto June 12, 2002

Nanogen and NASA Enter Into Collaboration Agreement Nanogen June 12, 2002

Quantum computing with individual atoms UofM News June 12, 2002

Design proposed for large-scale quantum computer MIT News June 12, 2002

RESEARCHERS REPORT THEY HAVE AN ATOM SURROUNDED ON ALL SIDES Small Times June 12, 2002

Cornell scientists create single-atom transistor Cornell News June 12, 2002.

Radio Frequency Identification Alien Technology June 12, 2002.

Scientists To Grow Microchips Newsfactor June 12, 2002.

Taiwan Semiconductor Unveils Breakthrough Transistor Newsfactor June 12, 2002.

QinetiQ Nanomaterials forges ahead Nanotechweb June 12, 2002.

Scientists spin thread from nanotubes TRN News June 12, 2002.

Light's Information-Carrying Capacity Doubles Scientific American June 12, 2002.

IBM'S MILLIPEDE CRAWLS TOWARD REPLACEMENT OF FLASH MEMORY Small Times June 12, 2002. See also The Thousand-Leg Race Technology Review

Advectus / University of Kentucky To Advance Brain Cancer Technology PDF Advectus June 11, 2002

Singularity Chat with Vernor Vinge and Ray Kurzweil KurzweilAI June 11, 2002

Magnetic microchip signals new direction in computing AlphaGalileo June 11, 2002

READE Selected for Secretarial Trade Mission to Mexico Reade June 11, 2002.

Technologist sketches IBM's silicon road map EE Times June 11, 2002

Motorola to demo 1-Mbit magnetoresistive RAM EE Times June 11, 2002

MIT probes cartilage on nanoscale MIT News June 11, 2002

FIRSTSTAGE CAPITAL SECURES $6mn VENTURE CAPITAL FINANCING FOR OXONICA FirstStage Capital June 11, 2002. See also British company secures premier league investors at first round of institutional funding Vortex PR

IBM puts new spin on nano-storage ZDNET June 11, 2002

NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL REPORT SAYS SOME CHANGES NEEDED IN NNI Small Times June 11, 2002

PHARMACEUTICAL COMPANIES ARE WORKING WITH NANOTECH RESEARCHERS Small Times June 11, 2002

Applied NanoMaterials Announces the World's First Commercial Nanotechnology-Based Solid Lubricant Applied NanoMaterials June 11, 2002

US needs 'crisp' nanotech plan UPI June 10, 2002

The Fields of Convergence Harrow Technology Report June 10, 2002

The next big thing will be very very small - Realbusiness June 10, 2002

MEMGEN IS BUILDING A BRIDGE BETWEEN MICRO, MACRO WORLDS Small Times June 10, 2002

SCIFI.COM to host chat on The Singularity Tuesday night KurzweilAI.net June 10, 2002

High Tech Evolves Time June 10, 2002

Expo glimpses the future of science Swissinfo June 10, 2002

POWERZYME SAYS IT HAS THE JUICE TO PLAY IN PORTABLE POWER MARKET Small Times June 10, 2002

INDIANA'S PURDUE UNIVERSITY FACILITY TO LINK SCIENTISTS, ENTREPRENEURS Small Times June 10, 2002

To nano or not to nano: the tricky business of defining nanotech Nanotechweb June 07, 2002.

'Nanotechnology' hasn't lured large piles of venture capital bizjournals June 07, 2002

Interview with Dr. Randolph Levine Nanomagazine June 07, 2002

The Code of Life as a Paint Set Wired June 07, 2002

The Nano Circuit: Where Nanobiotech and Electronics Meet - Nanotech Planet June 07, 2002

Research to Enhance Genetic Screening and Speed Drug Discovery NL/PR Newswire June 07, 2002

Animated simulation of a Respirocyte Nanodot June 07, 2002

Sarnoff licenses IC reduction technology EE Times June 07, 2002

U.S. COMMERCE DEPARTMENT IS BULLISH ON NANOTECHNOLOGY Small Times June 07, 2002

Biological Proteins Studied as Connectors in Microchips Newswise June 06, 2002

Artificially natural * Nature June 06, 2002

Dry gels made easy * Nature June 06, 2002

Small but strong * Nature June 06, 2002

Soft processing makes light junctions * Nature June 06, 2002

Solid-state devices may put vacuum tubes out to pasture EE Times June 06, 2002

Researchers run molecular machines on light EE Times June 06, 2002
More Details CeNS-Researchers have built a light-driven motor based on a single molecule actuator CeNS [in German and English]

APPLIED NANOTECH INC. ANNOUNCES NEW HYDROGEN SENSOR SI Diamond Technology June 06, 2002

Writing nanopatterns with DNA inks Northwestern News June 06, 2002

Infineon Technologies achieves breakthrough in carbon nanotube technology Infineon June 06, 2002

Collected Coverage of May NanoBusiness Conference Nanodot June 06, 2002

University research to help micro-robots pass their sight test Sheffield Hallam University June 06, 2002

IEEE Nanotechnology Council is at Forefront of Breakthrough Technology IEEE June 06, 2002

Nanotechnology's First Fruits SFGate June 06, 2002

THE BEAUTY OF MEMS: SIMPLER, MORE RELIABLE, CHEAPER AND COOL Small Times June 06, 2002

SCOTLAND WOOS VENTURE CAPITALISTS INTO ITS GROWING NANOTECH INDUSTRY Small Times June 06, 2002

Conducting-Insulating Materials Reveal Their Secrets BNL June 05, 2002

New catalytic cracking technologies revealed at CatCon2002 Oil & Gas Journal June 05, 2002.

Dow Corning and NeoPhotonics Form Strategic Alliance To Develop Photonic Crystal Technology and Components Chemical Online News June 05, 2002.

The Last Human by Gregory Stock. KurzweilAI.net June 05, 2002

Logic Vision rolls silicon debug station EE Times June 05, 2002

House approves big boost in National Science Foundation budget Mercury NewsJune 05, 2002

IEEE Nanotechnology Virtual Community Nanodot June 05, 2002

Researchers demo self-assembling nanowires EE Times June 05, 2002

IBM tool automates resizing of transistors EE Times June 05, 2002

AGERE WRIGGLES FREE OF LUCENT, TRIES TO MAKE IT ALONE IN MEMS Small Times June 05, 2002

DUKE ENGINEERS TO GET TWO STATE-OF-THE-ART RESEARCH BUILDINGS Small Times June 05, 2002

IBM tool automates resizing of transistors EE Times June 04, 2002

The race to make the next generation of semiconductor chips LBL June 04, 2002

Nanowires Get Their Stripes LBL June 04, 2002

Quantum dots count microwave photons Physics Web June 04, 2002

High Tech Evolves More businesses are studying biology to solve complex management and computing problems Time June 04, 2002

A new approach may finally make "smart structures" scalable Vanderbilt University June 04, 2002

Eight Technologies That Will Change the World Business 2.0 June 04, 2002

U.S. MILITARY'S RESEARCH AGENCY GETS A NEW MICROSYSTEMS CHIEF Small Times June 04, 2002

New Center for Embedded Networked Sensing Will Use Wireless Technology to Create Wide Array of Sensor Systems to Monitor Environment, Buildings UCLA June 03, 2002

DARPA Contract Puts JMAR to Work on Advanced Semiconductors Nanotech Planet June 03, 2002

USING ALBANY NANOTECH MODEL, GOVERNORS ISLAND COULD BE CASH MAGNET Small Times June 03, 2002

BIOTROVE BELIEVES IT FOUND TREASURE TROVE IN TINY TUBES Small Times June 03, 2002

BIGBANGWIDTH SETS OUT TO CREATE A NEW UNIVERSE OF SMART SWITCHES Small Times June 03, 2002

Small: The next big thing IBM will invest in molecule-sized machines. Independent News June 02, 2002

Analytical Applications of Single-Molecule Detection Single-molecule manipulation techniques will also enable selective chemical reactions and molecular assembly. ACS June 01, 2002


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