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May 2002 Nanotechnology News


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There is no such thing as a 'nanotechnology industry' Nanotechweb May 31, 2002

A Thousand Dots Of Light Forbes May 31, 2002

Nanotech is more than hype, but hasn't lured big VC bucks ACBJ May 31 2002

Shrink-wrapped Nano-beanpoles ACS May 31, 2002

Quantum Leap Partners Archangel Group Formed Randal Leeb-du Toit/QLP May 31, 2002

World's Largest Chip Maker Says It's Entered Nano Arena Nanotech Planet May 31, 2002

ISRAEL'S MILLENNIUM VENTURE FUND IS LIVING IN A NANOMATERIAL WORLD Small Times May 31, 2002

Advectus Life Sciences and the University of North Carolina collaborate on Pre-Clinical brain cancer study PDF Advectus Life Sciences May 30, 2002. See also Nano Engineered Transport through the Blood-Brain Barrier PDF & Advectus / U of Kentucky – to advance brain cancer technology Word

Donor organ sensors to save lives - E4 May 30, 2002

Quantum computing too 'way out there' EE Times May 30, 2002

Tantalizing evidence for molecular condensation Physics Web May 30, 2002

Schrödinger's molecules * Nature Physics May 30 2002

In brief: darwinian optics Adaptive pulse shaping * Nature Physics May 30, 2002

Pre Clinical Brain Cancer Collaboration StockHouse USA May 30, 2002

Cornell develops a flexible ceramic Cern Courier May 30, 2002

Speck-sized microscope nears TRN News May 30, 2002

Designed for life New Scientist May 30, 2002

A Single-Photon LED Physics News Update May 30, 2002

Onions in action Nanostructured carbon has found a new use: concentric-shelled graphitic 'bucky onions' catalyse an important industrial reaction. * Nature May 30, 2002

Smaller slower, supercomputers someday may win the race LANL News May 30, 2002

NEXT UP FOR WIRELESS COMMUNICATION: THE COMPUTER CHIP ITSELF UF News May 30, 2002

Windows on the future Smart coatings. Chembytes May 29, 2002

A Thousand Dots Of Light Forbes.com May 29, 2002

Flexible Virtual Reality Environment Unveiled The audience can decide where to go and what to do. See also New Computer Graphics Create Extreme Reality NewsFactor May 29, 2002

Frozen reservoir fuels atom lasers Laser beams made of matter rather than light are a step closer to reality. TRN News May 29, 2002

GC is in the Chips ACS May 29, 2002

Cramming Xenon into a Buckyball ACS May 29, 2002

Commentary: Evolution, not revolution News.com May 28, 2002

Organic LEDs gear up for portables push EE Times May 28, 2002

Scientists roll out molecular barrow Nanotechweb May 28, 2002

Vice leaves little to chance * Nature May 28, 2002

Photonic laser in one step EE Times May 28, 2002

LASERS POWER NANOMOTORS IN HARVARD-WEIZMANN STUDY Small Times May 28, 2002

MICROSIZE MICROSCOPES COULD HELP DOCS VIEW DNA Small Times May 28, 2002
for details see UC Berkeley News - Microsized Microscopes

ARDESTA'S RICK SNYDER SAYS PUT MORE 'D' IN NANO R&D Small Times May 28, 2002

The Nano Circuit: To Go VC or Not to Go VC? Nanotech Planet May 28, 2002

FRONTLINE NANOTECH REVOLUTIONARIES TELL HOW THEY'RE CHANGING THE WORLD Small Times May 28, 2002

APPLIED SCIENCES AIMS ITS NANOTUBES AT THE NEAR-TERM MARKET FOR POLYMERS Small Times May 28, 2002

Artificial Intelligence.....the Wave of the Future Technology Review May 27, 2002

Multi-talented material signals new devices A material whose electrical, optical and magnetic properties flip between two stable states has been developed PhysicsWeb May 27, 2002

Telecom companies put tiny tech on hold News.com May 27, 2002

Silicon Is Slow The Goal: Computers millions of times faster. The research into single-molecule transistors, DNA strands, and quantum effects provides tantalizing clues. Popular Science May 26, 2002

Caution and Plain Talk at Spring 2002 Nanotech Planet Conference and Expo nanoapex May 25, 2002

What everyone needs to know about nano BizJournals May 24, 2002

China Develops Robots for Cell Work PeopleDaily May 24, 2002

Start a nanotech business: there's never been a better time NanotechWeb May 24, 2002

DVD-compatible optical disk hits 100 Gbytes EE Times May 24, 2002

Interview: Nanotech needs more development UPI May 24, 2002

Red Herring 100: Nanotechnology and 4 Nanotechnology Co's. Red Herring May 24, 2002

InMat, Army Team Up on Chemical Protective Gloves Nanotech Planet May 24, 2002

NanoInk Takes Lithography Down to Whole New Scale - Nanotech Planet May 24, 2002

Lasers Coax Large Molecules To Change Their Shape SpaceDaily May 24, 2002

ON HER MAJESTY'S MICRO SERVICE: BRITS GIVE FIRM LICENSE TO SHARE Small Times May 24, 2002

ELECTRICITY CAN PUMP MEDICINE IN IMPLANTED MEDICAL DEVICES Small Times May 24, 2002

In brief: Join the quantum dots Luminescent quantum dots offer a powerful tool for detecting harmful toxins * Nature May 23, 2002

Electro-displays to read like paper - The Engineer May 23, 2002

NSERC Names Research Director for NanoIP NSERC May 23, 2002

VCs tread lightly with nanotechs ZDNet May 23, 2002

Swiss bring atomic realm into focus SwissInfo May 23, 2002

UCR Scientists Report a New Organic Bistable Material UCR News May 23, 2002

Building-block catalysis * Nature May 23, 2002

Tubes 'n chips * Nature May 23, 2002

NATION DEPENDS ON MORE MONEY FOR NANO, ADVOCATES TELL SENATE Small Times May 23, 2002

Big Bucks From Little Science Wired May 23, 2002

WYDEN WOULD DOUBLE FUNDING FOR NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION U.S. Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) May 22, 2002

Sensors seen enabling new-age services EE Times 22, 2002

NRC Rallies Key Nanotechnology Stakeholders - NRC May 22, 2002

'Nanotorus' nets giant magnetic moment PhysicsWeb May 22, 2002. More

Partnerships Hope Nanomaterials the Secret to Smaller, Stronger Displays Nanotech Planet May 22, 2002

The Perfect Rake APS May 22, 2002

Ultrafine Nanopowders Hold Strong Promise For Paper, Platics, Paint And Cosmetics Industries
Nanomat May 22, 2002

Cool Rays Technology Review May 22, 2002

The State of Nanotechnology Technology Review May 22, 2002

New Transplant Organ Sensor Technology AlphaGalileo May 22, 2002

Gallium Nitride as Transistor Presages Revolution in Electronics... UCSB May 22, 2002

THE PITCH: NINE SMALL TECH FIRMS GET 15 MINUTES ON THE MOUND Small Times May 22, 2002

NANOTECH'S DEVELOPMENT CALLED INEVITABLE Small Times May 22, 2002

Nanotech: Cable's Next Big Thing? Multichannel News May 21, 2002

Nanotechnology for Energetic and Warheads DOD May 21, 2002

Nanotech sector may soon generate massive returns Taipei Times May 21, 2002

Thinking Big About Nanotechnology - Wired May 21, 2002

Gingrich to Testify Before Senate Science, Technology, and Space Subcommittee - U.S. Newswire May 21, 2002 [confirmed - the yearly figure should read $1.1B - ed]
See also: Newt Gingrich Gets Small Wired May 20, 2002

FRENCH RESEARCHERS TAKE STEP TOWARD QUANTUM COMPUTING Small Times May 21, 2002

NANOBUSINESS ALLIANCE LAUNCHES ANGEL NETWORK AND REGIONAL HUBS Small Times May 21, 2002

Spintronics SciAm May 21, 2002. Very informative [ed]

Moulds cut photonic crystal costs NanotechWeb May 21, 2002

Copper sulphide nanowires forge ahead NanotechWeb May 21, 2002

Handheld Delivers the 411 on DNA Wired May 21, 2002

Thinking Big About Nanotechnology Wired May 21, 2002

VISIONARIES SEE THE PROMISE AND THE NIGHTMARE OF NANOTECH Small Times May 21, 2002

NANOBUSINESS ALLIANCE LAUNCHES ANGEL NETWORK AND REGIONAL HUBS Small Times May 21, 2002

Gingrich and Kurzweil: promise and peril of nanotech Keynote speakers Newt Gingrich and Ray Kurzweil addressed the promises and peril of nanotechnology in a press conference. KurzweilAI.net May 20, 2002

...A Novel Protein-Engineered Nanoparticle Form Of Leading Cancer Agent Paclitaxel
APP May 20, 2002

CARBON NANOTUBE TRANSISTORS & SOLID NITROGEN IN NANOCAGES AIP May 22, 2002. See also IBM Creates World's Highest Performing Nanotube Transistors IBM Research News May 20, 2002

Optiva and Sony begin production of optical films using Optiva's nanotechnology Optiva May 20, 2002

Bioplex Corp. Licenses Microbead Technology From Indiana University Chemical Online May 20, 2002

Implantable chips may be used to deliver drugs USAToday May 20, 2002

CANADA FORMS NEW ALLIANCE TO GET IN ON THE NANO ACTION Small Times May 20, 2002

IBM says builds tiny transistor that beats silicon. Forbes May 20, 2002

More IBM Takes Giant Step Forward in Tiny Technology NewsFactor May 20, 2002

Nano breakthrough charges science world CNET May 20, 2002

Untangling the Future Business2.0 May 18 [June Issue], 2002

Nanostructures lead way to improved data transmission EE Times 17, 2002

YALE UNIVERSITY: Researchers successfully construct artificial atom, which can lead to faster, more advanced quantum computers Hoover's Online May 17, 2002

Condensates get longer lives PhysicsWeb May 17, 2002

Nanopump Offers Meds on Demand Wired May 17, 2002

Nanotech group learns lessons from US tour SwissInfo May 17, 2002

COMPANY COUNTS ON HOT SALES FOR SMALLER AND CHEAPER CHILLS Small Times May 17, 2002 more

Supramolecular chemistry, the driving force behind the nanosciences Swiss Science May 16, 2002

NANOTECH EXPERTS DISCUSS WAYS TO COMMERCIALIZE RESEARCH Rice News May 16, 2002

Researchers Develop Semiconducting Material that has the Right Stuff to Develop Spintronic Devices UB News May 16, 2002

VCs Are Thinking Small Techweb Update May 16, 2002

Laser patterns particles in 3D TRN News Update May 16, 2002

Viruses make tech materials TRN News Update May 16, 2002

On-Chip Vacuum Microtriode Physics News Update May 16, 2002

Terabit-Per-Square-Inch Hard Drive Areal Densities Physics News Update May 16, 2002

Nanotubes plough their own furrow * Nature May 16, 2002

FROM A SINGLE DNA STRAND, A TINY MOTOR UF News May 16, 2002

MARKET OPPORTUNITIES ARE GROWING IN MICROFLUIDIC BIOMEDICAL SYSTEMS Small Times May 16, 2002

Big Blue's building a nano think tank ZDNet News May 15, 2002

American Pharmaceutical Partners' Presents Unique Nanotransporter Technology For Cancer Drug At Nanotech Planet Conference and Expo APP May 15, 2002

U of L Chemical Engineer Grows Crops of Nanowires University of Louisville May 15, 2002

PHANTOMS Computational Hub: a new tool for modelling and design of nanoscale electron devices CMP Cientifica/PHANTOMS May 15, 2002

BREAKIN' THE LAW: WITHOUT NANO, MOORE IS NO MORE, EXPERTS SAY Small Times May 15, 2002

Sandia enlists MEMS for anti-terror systems EE Times May 14, 2002

Nanotubes stretch to be microcables EE Times May 14, 2002

Scientists Get Atoms Ready for a Close-Up * NYTimes May 14, 2002

Theis: Commercialization Challenges Lie Ahead Nanotech Planet May 14, 2002

Combinatorial Chemistry Spurs Development of New Materials Frost & Sullivan May 14, 2002

COOL CHIPS DISCLOSES APPLICATION OF QUANTUM MECHANICS IN HIGH-EFFICIENCY NANOTECH COOLING DEVICES Cool Chips May 14, 2002

Viztec Receives $1 Million Ohio Technology Action Fund Grant NL/PR Newswire May 14, 2002

Carbon Nanotubes in High Demand NanoLab May 14, 2002

Nanostructure Techniques Come Closer To Quantum Dot UniSci May 14, 2002

Supercomputer lets researchers study material failures, atom by atom Mercury News May 14, 2002

It's a small, small, small world CSM May 14, 2002

CONGRESSMEN SAY MORE NANO MONEY IS AN INVESTMENT IN AMERICA'S FUTURE Small Times May 14, 2002

The Nanotech Players Information Week May 13, 2002

Nanoscopically wired Electrons go ballistic in atomic wires * Nature Physics May 13, 2002

Nanotechnology production projected to top NT$300 b. in 2008 Taiwan Economic News May 13, 2002

Metropolis boosts nano-tech China Daily May 13, 2002

The Next (Not So) Big Thing InformationWeek May 13, 2002

The Sky's Not The Limit For Nanotech InformationWeek May 13, 2002

Nanotech May Aid Hospitals, Patients InformationWeek May 13, 2002

Nanotech Products Will Arrive In Years, Not Decades InformationWeek May 13, 2002

DNA and Biochips: 2. Hitting The Spots AAAS May 13, 2002

Hyping the hype - Why lambasting nanohype is easier than digging deep Nanotechweb.org May 13, 2002

DNA nanoballs boost gene therapy New Scientist May 12, 2002

Nanotech Round-Up Nanotech Planet May 11, 2002

Molecular machines get light battery PhysicsWeb May 10, 2002

Fujitsu claims disk drive breakthrough InfoWorld May 10, 2002

1st Nanotechnology meeting organised by the Spanish "NanoCiencia" Network CMP Cientifica May 10, 2002

Tiny Triumph for Science Washington Post May 10, 2002

The smallest revolution Chembytes May 09, 2002

Marriage of convenience Guardian Unlimited May 09, 2002

Humans to be implanted with scannable chips - Ananova May 09, 2002

10th Foresight Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology - Abstract Submissions due by June 1 Foresight May 09, 2002

Nanotechnology: A System, Not An Industry ICA Syndicate May 09, 2002

The big picture * Nature May 09, 2002

Biosensors see the light * Nature May 09, 2002

Nuts and bolts that redefine 'tiny' Christian Science Monitor May 09, 2002

MONEYTREE SURVEY FINDS INVESTORS ARE GOING SMALL Small Times May 09, 2002

Semiconductors plug terahertz gap PhysicsWeb May 08, 2002

Boston University Researcher Finds That Big and Little May Not Be the Same AScribe May 08, 2002

ANI Hoping Nanotubes Leave the Display Market Flat - Nanotech Planet May 08, 2002

Scientists from the UAB and ICMAB achieve unprecedented control of formation of nanostructures AlphaGalileo May 08, 2002

Virtual reality is still more virtual than real, but new technologies may soon change that Technology Review May 08, 2002

TWO FIRMS USE SMALL TECH IN LIFE-SAVING HEART DEVICES Small Times May 08, 2002

House proposal would double engineering research spending EETimes May 08, 2002

Thermogenerator tech could power 'smart clothing' EE Times May 07, 2002

From Molecular Movements To Nanoconstruction Tools UniSci May 07, 2002

Swiss Nanotechnology meets Silicon Valley ScienceLink May 07, 2002
Details

Nano-filter helps clean up our act Australian IT May 07, 2002

INTERVIEW: NANOBUSINESS ALLIANCE BRINGS INDUSTRY'S PIECES TOGETHER Small Times May 07, 2002

SMALL TECH TO HELP N.Y. STATE REALIZE ITS HIGH-TECH DREAMS Small Times May 07, 2002

NANO-INDUSTRY 'HYPE VS SUBSTANCE' - Rick Snyder, CEO of Ardesta Nanotech Bulletin May 06, 2002

Photons Crowd Each Other Out APS May 06, 2002

Improved version of heisenberg uncertainty principle Nanodot May 06, 2002

Top 10 nanomyths: part 1 NanotechWeb May 06, 2002

PLASMA PROCESS FOR PARTICLES COULD FUEL EXPLOSIVE GROWTH Small Times May 06, 2002

HARRIS & HARRIS GROUP INVESTS IN NANOTECHNOLOGIES, INC. HHGP May 06, 2002

Nanotechnolgy: the small science set IOL May 06, 2002

Electricity Can Pump Medicine In Implanted Medical Devices ScienceDaily May 06, 2002

Laser peashooter fires tiny particles NewScientist May 06, 2002. See also Photonic Crystal Fibre Optoelectronics group - University of Bath

Time to think small InfoWorld May 05, 2002

Nanogen's streaming media enhanced movies animations of Nanogen's NanoChipTM Microelectronic Array. May 5, 2002

2002 SPRING FORESIGHT GATHERING
Early reports from the just-completed Foresight Spring 2002 Senior Associates Gathering. See also the reports by Dan Gillmore, and Ron Bailey, and "Arguments for a Green AND Gray Future" by Ray Kurzweil [with audio clips] May 03, 2002

RALPH MERKLE ON TECH TV THIS SATURDAY Tech TV will devote the Saturday "Big Thinkers" show to Foresight's VP Technology Assessment, Ralph Merkle. Foresight/TechTV May 03, 2002

NSF AWARD WOULD ENHANCE UW'S RESEARCH INTO SMALL TECHNOLOGY Small Times May 03, 2002

FRENCH VENTURE CAPITALISTS KEEN ON NANO, BUT PINCH THEIR EUROS Small Times May 03, 2002

Basic macromolecular research aimed at national defense technologies EurekAlert May 02, 2002

Mutant viruses order quantum dots New Scientist May 02, 2002. And Viruses enlisted as nano-builders MSNBC May 02, 2002

Scientists produce long, hair-like nanotubes EurekAlert May 02, 2002

Consortium looks to lower MEMS barriers EE Times May 02, 2002

Silicon substrates that bend and shape EE Times May 02, 2002

What forces DNA molecules through tight spaces? Cornell News May 02, 2002

Tiny country - big science Globes Online May 02, 2002

[click on] Further NIH Support Starpharma May 02, 2002

Quantum force powers microslide Technology Research News May 02, 2002

Super-Fast Flashes Could Help Scientists See Into A Nucleus Researchers Propose 'Lasetron' Tool That Would Light Up the Heart of an Atom Johns Hopkins University May 02, 2002

Towards a (bio)chemistry of nanotubes * Nature May 02, 2002

Roll up for the revolution * Nature May 02, 2002

Photonic crystals show their metal * Nature May 02, 2002

GOVERNMENT FUNDING FOR NANOTECH ALREADY BEARING FRUIT, EXPERTS SAY Small Times May 02, 2002

News and Views: Liquid crystal painting * Nature Press May 02, 2002. And LCD paint licked * Nature Press May 02, 2002

SHAPE OF COMPUTER CHIPS TO COME: SMALL AND SMART Small Times May 02, 2002

TIME FOR PHYSICAL SCIENCES TO GET ITS ACT TOGETHER, SAYS D.C. COUNSEL Small Times May 02, 2002

Nanotechnology expected to be huge - Washington Times May 02, 2002

Technology Fear Factor An interview with Ray Kurzweil, Jaron Lanier, and George Gilder. Darwin Magazine. May 01, 2002

Back to the future Electronic Business May 01, 2002

Breakthrough In Modeling Thin-Film Growth Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute News May 01, 2002

RICE PHYSICISTS OBSERVE NEW "ATOM WAVE" PHENOMENA Trapped atoms from a Bose-Einstein Condensate form 'soliton train' Rice News May 01, 2002

LCDs paint a bright future PhysicsWeb May 01, 2002

DNA construction business * Nature May 01, 2002

Sandia researchers observe molecular shuttling on man-made membrane that mimics cellular behavior Sandia May 01, 2002

Nanotech studies could aid silicon chips UPI May 01, 2002

WORK ON CORNELL UNIVERSITY'S NEW NANOTECHNOLOGY BUILDING ON SCHEDULE Small Times May 01, 2002

NANOMAT FIRST TO COMMERCIALLY PRODUCE TALC AND CALCIUM CARBONATE NANOMATERIALS Nanomat May 01, 2002

The Shape of Computer Chips to Come NewsFactor May 01, 2002

Attraction of New Positioning Device Lies in the Magnets NanotechPlanet May 01, 2002

Tiny Triumphs At Hewlett-Packard Forbes/Wolfe Nanotech Report May 01, 2002

BIODEGRADABLE NANOFIBER COULD PREVENT SCAR TISSUE Small Times May 01, 2002


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