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March 2002 Nanotechnology News


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Interview with Max More, President of the Extropy Institute 30 Audio Minutes on Extropianism.
A-infos Radio Project March 31, 2002

Taming High-Tech Particles: Cautious steps into the nanotech future
Science News Online March 31, 2002

Photovoltaic Paint? (flexible solar cells)
Nanodot March 30, 2002

Two National Science Foundation (NSF) Events Help 'De-Mystify' Nanotechnology, as Well as Promote Small Business Success
San Francisco Consulting Group - NANOTECH BUSINESS UPDATE March 30, 2002

U.S. House debates direction of national nanotech funding, policy
Nanodot March 30, 2002

Business Week takes a positive look at nanotech
Nanodot March 30, 2002

Nanotech revolution is coming (wait for it)
National Post Online March 29, 2002

InPhase moves to holographic storage
InfoWorld March 29, 2002

CHINA, TAIWAN FOCUS ON NANOSCIENCE, BUT MOST STILL GO OVERSEAS TO STUDY
Small Times March 29, 2002

Hybrid Nanorod-Polymer Solar Cells
* Science Magazine [Abstract] March 29, 2002

Group Makes Cheap Plastic Solar Energy Cells
Yahoo! News March 29, 2002

Strength in Numbers
* Science Magazine [Summary] March 29, 2002

Glowing report for nanoscale diodes
* Nature March 28, 2002

Carbon nanotubes are one of the main building blocks of nanotechnology. Now their size can be controlled.
* Nature March 28, 2002

UC Berkeley, LBNL chemists develop technology for cheap, plastic solar cells
EurekAlert March 28, 2002

High-tech vision now taking form
Albany Nanotech March 28, 2002

Chip makers use 130-nm cornerstones for 100-nm processes
EE Times March 28, 2002

Researchers Are Pushing Nanowire to Its Extremes
Technology Review March 28, 2002

The Quantum Brain - Jeffrey Satinover Buy It
AlphaGalileo March 28, 2002

Inkjet Process Suggests Wide Spectrum of Innovations
NewsFactor March 28, 2002

U.S. UNIVERSITIES DEVELOP SMALL TECH GRAD DEGREES
Small Times March 28, 2002

COMPANY PROFILE: SENSE HOLDINGS INC.
Small Times March 28, 2002

The Space Elevator Comes Closer to Reality
Space.com March 27, 2002
NASA study points to nanotubes as key material for orbital towers
Nanodot 3 May 2001

Robots Raise Ethical Questions
Technology Review March 27, 2002

ME Magazine highlights medical nanotech
Nanodot March 27, 2002

More background on U.S. nanotech funding for FY2003
Nanodot March 27, 2002

BOOSTERS OF NANOTECHNOLOGY ARE GETTING AHEAD OF THEMSELVES
Small Times March 27, 2002

Texas gains, loses in jockeying for nanotech leadership
Nanodot March 27, 2002

Altair's Material Process Faces Its First Real World Test
Nanotech Planet March 26, 2002

Nano Technology: No, its not all hype: these supertiny gizmos will transform our way of life
BW Online March 26, 2002

Nanotech's boosters are getting ahead of themselves
Red Herring March 26, 2002

Boost for researchers
Stuff March 26, 2002

CritiTech, Inc. Reports That Its Nano-Formulation of Paclitaxel is More Effective Than the Conventional Paclitaxel in a Mouse Model of Ovarian Cancer
Hoover's Online March 26, 2002

Nanotubes self-assemble into circuit elements
EE Times March 26, 2002

Microprinting cuts biodetector sensor size
EE Times March 26, 2002

MEMS ENABLE QUIET REVOLUTION OF RELIABLE SENSOR TECHNOLOGY
Small Times March 26, 2002

GERMAN NANO, BIO JOIN TOGETHER TO TRY BUILDING A BETTER BIOCHIP
Small Times March 26, 2002

Winning a high-profile niche in nano technology China's research into Nano technology has yielded fruitful results for the past decade, of which a substantial part has been patented, according to a report released recently in Beijing.
China Daily March 26, 2002

A BEAUTIFUL MELD Benzene-silica hybrid assembles into framework with crystalline pore walls
C&EN News March 25, 2002

Sapphire-based chip trades copper wires for light
EE Times March 25, 2002

COLUMN: TAKE TWO MEMS AND CALL ME IN THE MORNING
Small Times March 25, 2002

RELAX, YOUR CAR'S SENSORS SOON WILL BE BETTER THAN YOUR SENSES
Small Times March 25, 2002

Losses and games for quantum computers
PhysicsWeb March 25, 2002

Rough Reflector Smoothes Way for Atom Hologram
AAAS March 25, 2002

Nanotechnology grows beyond science fringe
Boston Globe Online March 24, 2002

Nanoparticle Technology: Estrogen Lotion Reduces Menopause Symptoms - Study
Yahoo! News 22, 2002

A Molecular BEC
Physics News Update March 22, 2002

SWT, UT ramp up for nanotech
Austin Business Journal March 22, 2002

Nanotechnology may lead the way to effective brain tumor treatment
Advectus Life Sciences March 22, 2002

Crystals Advance Quest for Photonic Microchip
NewsFactor March 22, 2002

Confocal microscope allows imaging 3D imaging of cellular structures
Nanodot March 22, 2002

Lord of the Robots
Technology Review March 22, 2002

RF MEMS MARKET STILL BEHIND OPTICAL, BUT A WAVE OF PRODUCTS IS COMING
Small Times March 22, 2002

NANO-TEX MARKETS BRAND TO BECOME "INTEL INSIDE" OF NANO MATERIALS
Small Times March 22, 2002

Suss says low-cost contact lithography can now handle sub-micron steps
EETimes March 22, 2002

Startups breathe life into all-optical switches
EETimes March 22, 2002

Nanoelectronics road-map cut in half
EETimes March 22, 2002

Professor becomes world's first cyborg
Ananova March 22, 2002

Cool Carbon Foam
ABC News.com March 22, 2002

While not directly related to nanotechnology, it may speed research:
IBM, U.S. Unveil Supercomputing Science Grid
Newsfactor March 22, 2002

Start-up of the month: "We're building a brain!"
Silicon.com March 21, 2002

TSMC claims it will lead the pack in 90-nanometer volume production
DigiTimes March 21, 2002

Magnetism to its lowest terms
Max Planck Society March 21, 2002

Etching could boost disk capacity
TRN March 21, 2002

Carving beams shrink circuits
TRN March 21, 2002

MAINSTREAM BUSINESS, GOVERNMENT INTEREST IS GROWING IN NANO RESEARCH AND INVESTING
Small Times March 21, 2002

PROGRAM TRIES TO KICK-START EUROPEAN MICROTECH INDUSTRY
Small Times March 21, 2002

NANOFINANCING 2002 CONFERENCE: IBM, INTEL ADVISE NANO COMPANIES TO START SMALL
Small Times March 21, 2002

Helium Nanoclusters Retain Full Magnetic Qualities
UniSci March 20, 2002

Bridgestone develops nanotech display
ITworld March 20, 2002

O'Bannon's proposed spending cuts
MyInKy March 20, 2002

Small Wonders - The National Science Foundation Promotes Nanotechnology
Reason Online March 20, 2002

BECs: A New Form of Matter
SpaceDaily March 20, 2002

Cornell researchers turn "plumber's nightmare" into flexible ceramic material with potentially wide applications
Cornell News March 20, 2002

The Soldier of Tomorrow
Technology Review March 20, 2002

Motorola's Superchip
Technology Review March 20, 2002

NEW LASERS TUNED WITH MEMS MAY MAKE NETS MORE EFFICIENT
Small Times March 20, 2002

NANOFINANCING 2002 CONFERENCE: LIES, HYPE AND INSPIRED ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Small Times March 20, 2002

Two Nano-Materials Are Better Than One
InformationWeek March 20, 2002

SMALL WONDERS CONFERENCE: SELF ASSEMBLY IS THE KEY TO UNLOCKING NANO'S POTENTIAL
Small Times March 20, 2002

Nanotech - Too big for little Israel?
Globes Template March 19, 2002

Scientists say they've gone where nanotech researchers never have
InformationWeek March 19, 2002

Working Life in 2010: Let your 'D-Me' help you to communicate with mankind!
AlphaGalileo March 19, 2002

ALTAIR NANOTECHNOLOGIES AND NTERA FILE JOINT PATENT
Altair March 19, 2002

Self-configuring array enables atomic-scale fabrication
EETimes March 19, 2002

NEWLY DISCOVERED 'CARBON NANOPORES' COULD BE USED FOR ALTERNATIVE FUEL STORAGE
MU March 19, 2002

Sony unveils disco-dancing robot
Ananova 19, 2002 2 3

ARLINGTON, TEXAS, CHAMBER TO AID HIGH-TECH BUSINESS INCUBATOR, COMPLETE WITH NANO LAB
Small Times March 19, 2002

AUSTIN, TEXAS, VENTURE CAPITAL FUND DOMINATES CITY'S ENTREPRENEURIAL ECONOMY
Small Times March 19, 2002

NANOTECHNOLOGY'S POTENTIAL NEEDS DECADES OF WORK BEFORE IT'S REALIZED, EXPERT PANEL SAYS
Small Times March 19, 2002

YOU'VE GOT MEMS UNDER YOUR SKIN? SENSOR TO TRACK YOUR EVERY MOVE
Small Times March 19, 2002

When small is beautiful
FT.com March 18, 2002

Superconducting nanowires assist in study of phase transitions
EurekAlert March 18, 2002

Turning Diatoms Into Nanodevices
AAAS March 18, 2002

Mini-Microscope Looks Inside Living Cells
Triad Commerce Group March 18, 2002

New NanoMechanical Technology Laboratory Is First at MIT to Test Tiny Devices
MIT March 18, 2002

Latest Issue: Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science & Technology
AIP/APS March 18, 2002

COFES2002 Grabs Visionary for Keynote
Cyon Research March 18, 2002

£80m [~$110M] bid for science centre
Birmingham Post March 18, 2002

Molecular Model-T
SciAm March 18, 2002 [from a 1999 article]

European drive for post-genomic research European Commission awards E39.4 million to three large-scale projects
AlphaGalileo/European Commission March 18, 2002

WHERE ARE ALL THE BRIGHT IDEAS?
Small Times March 18, 2002

HASBRO'S HIT ROBOT CREATOR AWAITS MASS-PRODUCED MEMS
Small Times March 18, 2002

Sensors Expo & Conference Spring & Fall 2002
Sensors March 18, 2002

New lab is first at MIT to test tiny devices
MIT News March 15, 2002

Nanotechnology and the next 1000 years
Cyber India Online Limited March 15, 2002

Lightyear Clears the Air With Its Single Molecule Materials
Lightyear Technologies/Nanotech Planet March 15, 2002

Environmental Futures Research in Nanoscale Science, Engineering and Technology
EPA March 15, 2002

DNA-Based Computer Solves Truly Huge Logic Problem
UniSci March 15, 2002

A New World Is Born
Forbes.com March 15, 2002

SMALL TECH A KEY COMPONENT OF HARVARD CANCER RESEARCH
Small Times March 15, 2002

CAPITALSTAGE TO RAISE $60.4M EUROPEAN NANOTECHNOLOGY FUND
Small Times March 15, 2002

NANO LITTERBUGS? EXPERTS SEE POTENTIAL POLLUTION PROBLEMS
Small Times March 15, 2002

Agilent Labs says 'nano-stepper' is smallest MEMS device
SiliconStrategies 14, 2002

Nano-trio sets great store by thinking little
BRW March 14, 2002

Recent Advances Further Molecular Electronics Design
KurzweilAI.net March 14, 2002

Consortium may take over Bell Labs research facility
EETimes March 14, 2002

The Ann Arbor IT Zone and the Michigan Biosciences Industry Association To Co-Sponsor...
Yahoo/Ann Arbor IT Zone March 14, 2002

Implanted electrodes could aid paralyzed patients
Technology Review March 14 [April Issue], 2002

VENTURE FIRMS SEE NANOTECHNOLOGY AS AREA THEY CAN'T AFFORD TO IGNORE
Small Times March 14, 2002

ARMY CHOOSES MIT TO HELP CREATE THE NEW, NANO-EQUIPPED U.S. SOLDIER
Small Times March 14, 2002

SMALL TIMES ANALYSIS: SILICON VALLEY COULD RISE AGAIN AS THE SMALL TECH HUB
Small Times March 14, 2002

Development of robo-squaddie under way
Ananova March 14, 2002

Emerging Success Stories: Small Times Magazine Names the Top Small Tech Hot Spots
PRNewswire 13, 2002

Nanotechnology Symposium to Be Webcast
NSF/OLPA March 13, 2002

Nanotubes are Hot
AIP Physics News Update March 13, 2002

The Science Of The Small Is Poised To Change The World
Internet Wire March 13, 2002

Harris & Harris Group Notes Announcement of NeoPhotonics Corp. Financing
HHGP March 13, 2002

Expert group hails nanotechnology as cornerstone in increasing competitiveness
CORDIS News March 13, 2002

No more dirty water
E4 : Engineering March 13, 2002

Korea earmarks W200 B [~$150M] for nanotech
Korea Herald March 13, 2002

Thinking very small
IHT March 13, 2002

JAPANESE COMPANIES GETTING READY TO CHURN OUT NANOTUBES BY THE TON
Small Times March 13, 2002

STRONG TURNOUT AT NANOTECH 2002 REFLECTS INTENSE JAPANESE INTEREST
Small Times March 13, 2002

NANOPHASE TECHNOLOGIES INCREASES REVENUE GUIDANCE
NANOPHASE March 13, 2002

Zia Commercializes Quantom Dot Lasers
Zia Laser PDF March 12, 2002

Startups breathe life into all-optical switches
CMP Media March 12, 2002

Moore's Law scales to at least 9nm
EETimes March 12, 2002

Copernicus to Receive Nearly $1M From Cystic Fibrosis Foundation; Money to Support Clinical Trials of Non-Viral Gene Transfer in Subjects with Cystic Fibrosis
Business Wire / NL March 12, 2002

Nanotechnology Turns Science Fiction into Medicine's Future At Bio-Tech Israel 2002
Business Wire / NL March 12, 2002

Intel Builds World's First One Square Micron SRAM Cell
Intel March 12, 2002

Intel Demonstrates Prescott's 0.09-micron L2 Cache
AnandTech March 12, 2002

The World's Smallest Electronic Nose
SpaceDaily March 12, 2002

PACIFIC NORTHWEST NATIONAL LABORATORY IS WELL-POSITIONED FOR NANOTECH FUNDING
Small Times March 12, 2002

WHAT TELECOM SLOWDOWN? MEMS MAKER DEBUTS PRODUCT
Small Times March 12, 2002

MEMS ROBOTS TO GIVE SURGEONS SENSE OF TOUCH, LONG-DISTANCE
Small Times March 12, 2002

Major Restructuring at Atomasoft; Jonathan Després Resigns as CEO
Atomasoft March 11, 2002

Asia to spend billions in nanotech research
KurzweilAI.net March 11, 2002

Photonic crystals seen enabling optical circuits
EE Times March 11, 2002

Adaptable nanotubes make way for custom-built structures, wires
EurekAlert News March 11, 2002

Tiny Technologies Slip Unseen Into Daily Life
* NYT March 11, 2002

Kurzweil teleports to nanotech conference
KurzweilAI March 11, 2002

Nanotechnology Opportunity Report Details the Rapid Global Emergence of a Disruptive New Technology
CMP Cientifica March 11, 2002

NANOVENTURES 2002: TEXAS PAVES ITS OWN PATH TO COMMERCIALIZATION
Small Times March 11, 2002

NEW YORK NATIONAL LABORATORY PLAYS ROLE IN NANOTECH RESEARCH
Small Times March 11, 2002

NANOTECH REALITY CHECK: NEW REPORT TRIES TO CUT HYPE, KEEP NUMBERS REAL
Small Times March 11, 2002

VCs may spurn bioinformatics, biotech startups
Bio-IT World March 08, 2002

Cold atoms carry light pulses
PhysicsWeb March 08, 2002

Thermal emission goes coherent
PhysicsWeb March 08, 2002

British science minister seeks closer cooperation
Taipei Times March 08, 2002

The Next Sixty Years -- A Business Perspective
By Rolf Dobelli, as seen at The Harrow Technology Report. March 08 [Feb], 2002

Coverage of Nanoventures 2002
Nanodot March 08, 2002

An NT update from Houston
Nanodot March 08, 2002

NANOVENTURES 2002: SCIENCE IS COOL, BUT THE PROFITS WILL SOON TURN HOT
SmallTimes March 08, 2002

U.S. REGULATORS WANT TO KNOW WHETHER NANOTECH CAN POLLUTE
SmallTimes March 08, 2002

Experts See Potential for Nanotechnology in Texas
Hoover's Online March 08, 2002

Taiwan's Gov't Budgets US$600 Mln. for Nanotechnology Over Six Years
AsiaBizTech March 07, 2002

New Zealand program for research centers includes nanotech
Nanodot March 07, 2002

Scientists reveal fine detail of cell`s energy machinery
AlphaGalileo March 07, 2002

Electric Nudge toward Self-organization
AlphaGalileo [source Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2002, 41 (4), Pages 594-596] March 07, 2002

SANDIA LABORATORIES DEVELOPING MICROFABRICATED ANTHRAX DETECTOR
SmallTimes March 07, 2002

NANOTECH EXPERTS GATHER AT BROOKHAVEN TO PLOT THE FUTURE OF NANOSCIENCE CENTER
SmallTimes March 07, 2002

Bonding more atoms together for a single molecule computer abstrac. IoP March 6, 2002

OPTIVA AND TECDIS ANNOUNCE FIRST MAJOR COMMERCIAL LCD ORDER USING OPTIVA'S THIN CRYSTAL FILM (TCF™) POLARIZER
Optiva Inc March 06, 2002

THREE-ELEMENT NANORODS - Nanometer-sized crystalline oxide rods exhibit useful properties
Chemical & Engineering News March 06, 2002

LET'S INNOVATE OUT OF RECESSION
Semiconductor International March 06, 2002

Kiss goodbye to biopsies
AlphaGalileo [source NEW SCIENTIST] March 06, 2002

Nanotube burial boosts emissions
EETimes March 06, 2002

Gallium Catalyst Speeds Silica Nanowire Production
UniSci March 06, 2002

Nanotubes branch out
TRN News March 06, 2002

Scientists claim 'nuclear fusion in a jam jar'
Ananova March 06, 2002

A.I. Reboots
Technolgy Review March 06, 2002

Growing Nanowires By The Branch
SpaceDaily March 06, 2002

A SIMPLE GRID OF MOLECULAR NANOWIRES WOULD 'REINVENT THE INTEGRATED CIRCUIT'
SmallTimes March 06, 2002

KODAK UPS THE ANTE AGAINST TI WITH ITS OWN DIGITAL PROJECTOR
SmallTimes March 06, 2002

Swedes claim leadership in composite nanowires
Nanodot March 05, 2002

Florida ponders funding for major nanotech program
Nanodot March 05, 2002

NEW NANOBIO TECHNIQUE OFFERS POSSIBILITY FOR OPTICAL SWITCHES
SmallTimes March 05, 2002

PAPER-QUALITY CHASE: DUBLIN FIRM WANTS NANOCHROMICS TO ERASE LCD
SmallTimes March 05, 2002

PROPOSAL WOULD CREATE TOKYO HUB FOR BIOTECH AND NANOTECH RESEARCH
SmallTimes March 05, 2002

One-way street planned for heat
Nature March 05, 2002

NanoOpto Announces Sampling of Its Polarization Management Family of Subwavelength Optical Elements
NanoOpto March 04, 2002

NanoOpto Announces First Wafer Processed in its Somerset, NJ, Nano-fabrication Facility
NanoOpto March 04, 2002

Article in The Scientist takes a skeptical look at nanotech
Nanodot March 04, 2002

Sevin Rosen Funds Hires Nanotechnology Expert Dr. Daniel Leff as Senior Associate
Business Wire March 04, 2002

Columnist calls for hard questions about emerging technologies
Nanodot March 04, 2002

Robots in the bloodstream: the promise of nanomedicine by Robert Freitas
KurzweilAI March 04, 2002

HYSITRON ONE OF A HANDFUL OF COMPANIES THAT MAKES NANOMETER-MEASURING DEVICE
SmallTimes March 04, 2002

Max More and Ray Kurzweil on the Singularity
KurzweilAI March 04, 2002

Radical body design"Primo 3M+" by Natasha Vita-More
KurzweilAI March 04, 2002

NANOOPTO'S READY WITH NEW FAB AND THREE NEW OPTICAL PRODUCTS
SmallTimes March 04, 2002

ANATOMY OF A SMALL TECH STARTUP: LAB TO 'SUPER STEALTH' TO PRODUCT
SmallTimes March 04, 2002

Market Update: Dendrimer diagnostic collaboration
Starpharma News March 01, 2002

Walking Small
Technology Review March 01, 2002

NEW FACILITY PUTS AMES LAB, ISU ON THIN-FILM FAST TRACK
Ames Lab March 01, 2002

Hosokawa Micron, NanoProducts team up
Nanotech Planet March 01, 2002

While atoms and fullerenes roll, Canada frets about NT competitiveness
Nanodot March 01, 2002

Holograms help build 3D nanostructures
PhysicsWeb March 01, 2002

Holographic control of atom lithography
Nanodot March 01, 2002

Scientists develop research 'holodeck'
ZDNet News March 01, 2002

FOR PERSONALIZED BEVERAGE, JUST ADD MICROSCOPIC LIQUID
SmallTimes March 01, 2002

Michigan nanotech companies may hit it big by thinking small
Detroit Free Press March 01, 2002

Cracking the Shell
Tech Central Station March 01, 2002

NEW NANOMATERIAL COULD MAKE WAY FOR FAST, CHEAP OPTICAL COMPONENTS
SmallTimes March 01, 2002


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