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February 2003 Nanotechnology News


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196 articles posted this month

February 28th, 2003

3600 Atoms in Two Places at Once
Quantum Computing

Breakthrough in nanocomposite rare earth magnets
Discoveries

Carbon nanoscrolls roll up for the future
Nanotubes/Buckyballs

ASML, Canon, Nikon take dip into immersion litho
Chip Technology

Altair Nanotechnologies Introduces RenaZorb
Nanomedicine

Thailand's leader plants the seeds for a future in nanobiotech
Profiles

Legislation Proposed to Raise Nanotech Funding
Govt.-Legislation/Regulation/Funding/Policy

February 27th, 2003

Universities compete for center to study bioterrorism detection
Announcements

Boeing Donates Advanced Processing Patent to Vanderbilt
Patents/IP/Tech Transfer/Licensing

Pace-Setting Nanotubes May Power Micro-Devices
Nanotubes/Buckyballs

Molecular memories
Discoveries

FEI Opens Expanded Manufacturing Facility in Czech Republic
Investments/IPO's/Splits

February 26th, 2003

Photronics, MII devise first 'nano-imprint templates'
Chip Technology

Researchers Achieve Quantum Entanglement of Three Electrons
Quantum Computing

Army launches biotech institute
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Canada's Nanotech SWAT Team Recruits Small Tech Leaders
Announcements

Bioforce Nanosciences releases tool for nanotechnology
Tools

Student Designs Ionic Knife To Etch Transistors
Tools

Quantum computing catches the bus
Quantum Computing

Virtual DNA replicates
Self Assembly

Optical trap provides new insights into motor molecules
Molecular Machines

Pioneer brings motes to market
Ubiquitious Computing

Ohio State's MicroMD Laboratory Deploys NetBotz
Announcements

Carbon nanotubes may be magical molecular wands
Nanotubes/Buckyballs

February 25th, 2003

SC Biosciences and Quantum Dot Announce Strategic Partnership
Announcements

Motorola shows 30-nm images with nano-imprint
Tools

Argonne, NASA-Ames researchers build new biological machines
Molecular Machines, Discoveries

Electronic Circuit Rides A Chemical Film
Discoveries

Applied Nanotech demonstrates carbon nanotube TV
Nanotubes/Buckyballs

Building starts at London Centre for Nanotechnology
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Combined optical trapping and single-molecule fluorescence
Discoveries

Highly Branched Molecules Unite in a Giant Self-Assembled Liquid Crystal Lattice
Self Assembly

Frugal Computer Uses DNA as Input, Fuel
Discoveries

Nanomaterials swab the deck, clean the fish tank faster and safer
Profiles

90nm production coming next year
Chip Technology

Nanotech to pave way for micro-machines
Possible Futures

February 24th, 2003

PNI Brings 'Developer's Corner' Resource to Customers
Announcements

New gauze promotes natural healing
Nanomedicine

Single molecule switches for less
Chip Technology

U-M launches ambitious exploration of inner space
Nanomedicine

Knotty Calculations
Quantum Computing

Sensor startup Nanomix forges ahead despite CEO vacancy
Profiles

State pins big hopes on nanos
Miscellaneous

February 22nd, 2003

Nanotechnology Visionary Ralph C. Merkle Sets Up Independent Practice
Announcements

Looking to nature to improve nanotech
Discoveries

February 21st, 2003

Tiny Battery May Power Next-Gen Gadgets
Discoveries

Teasing apart the molecules of life
Discoveries

'Nano-lamp' discovered by coincidence
Discoveries

Military Mixes "Smart" Coatings
Miscellaneous

DNA strings along metal atoms
Discoveries

Diatomists shell out on nanotechnology
Profiles

Molecular Self-Assembly Technique May Mimic How Cells Assemble
Self Assembly

Anatomy of a deal: how a new VC fund and nano startup got together
Profiles

CORDIS offers more concrete results on nanotechnology research
Announcements

Prof makes strides in carbon research
Announcements

February 20th, 2003

EDB to help fund more start-up firms
Investments/IPO's/Splits

ConocoPhillips funds Oklahoma-based Southwest Nanotechnologies
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Nanowires approach the quantum realm
Discoveries

LeTourneau receives $50K grant
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Nanotech subject of luncheon Feb. 27
Announcements

The big (and little) squeeze
Discoveries

Switched on
Discoveries

Qubits are on solid ground
Quantum Computing

UIC Researchers Develop New Method for Conducting Polymers
Discoveries

Radio tags, nanotubes and a video Cyclops
Miscellaneous

Nanoimprint equipment companies set to make market impression
Tools

OGI researcher works toward smaller, cleaner and more efficient computer chips
Miscellaneous

No more windows to clean
Discoveries

February 19th, 2003

Tiny Nanotrains Could Power Big Changes In The Future
Molecular Machines

Superconductor transistor breaks records
Discoveries

DNA molecules form nanodevice scaffolding
Chip Technology

Universities offer a 3-for-1 deal in pitch for federal nano funding
Investments/IPO's/Splits

February 18th, 2003

Intel To Convert Arizona Factory To 300 MM Technology
Chip Technology

Nanoporous magnet sucks up solvents
Discoveries

Switzerland's 'Nanotechnology Road Show II' Strengthens Ties With U.S.
Announcements

New nano bill would create permanent program
Govt.-Legislation/Regulation/Funding/Policy

February 17th, 2003

Compound Eases Even Distribution of Nano-particles
Discoveries

Quantum-dot LED may be display of the future
Discoveries

Human Body Version 2.0
Possible Futures

An aerial for light
Discoveries

Oxford Applied Research offers nanocluster deposition system
Tools

"...there's nothing fake about nanotechnology"
Miscellaneous

Prions get wired
Discoveries

Scientist looks at less to find out more about quantum materials
Miscellaneous

Nanotechnology R&D Bill Introduced
Govt.-Legislation/Regulation/Funding/Policy

A better molecule-trap: Arryx's tweezers take on teams of particles
Tools

Partners sought for Sydney nanotech projects
Investments/IPO's/Splits

February 16th, 2003

Sci-Fi War Uniforms?
Possible Futures

February 15th, 2003

Patchwork regulation of nanotech could be grave danger, warns CRN
Ethics

Tiny technologies could help Oregon make it big
Investments/IPO's/Splits

February 14th, 2003

Race on to build first robot insect
Possible Futures

Biology to make mini machines
Possible Futures

Governor breaks ground on advanced nano-research center at UCLA
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Taking nanochips with grain of salt
Chip Technology

NanoLights! Camera! Action!
Discoveries

Stitching accuracy key to Nikon's EPL prototype
Chip Technology

Researchers disclose work on inventive materials, structures
MEMS

Ultraviolet Lithography
Chip Technology

Salt: The Movie
Miscellaneous

Spasers bring nanoscale optical fields
Discoveries

After Columbia: small tech can help make space travel safer
Miscellaneous

February 13th, 2003

Nanotech may spark fierce ethical row
Ethics

Albany-area leaders seek to transform their town
Investments/IPO's/Splits

UC Riverside Lecture on Nanotechnology
Announcements

Nanotech firm gets $125K in venture capital
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Building nano-machines, part by part
Announcements

Extreme Ultraviolet Lithography Reaches Commercial Sector
Chip Technology

Nanopeapods
Tools

Oxygen atoms made directly visible
Tools

Army Incubator aims for nanotech boom in New Jersey
Miscellaneous

February 12th, 2003

Session examines novel semiconductor devices
Discoveries

Zyvex founder: may you stay forever young in a nano world
Possible Futures

Big money senses the 'next big thing'
Possible Futures

North East launches Centres of Excellence
Announcements

52m for regions' scientists
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Logic scheme gains power
Chip Technology

Array of carbon nanotube devices detects gas molecules
Nanotubes/Buckyballs

Manipulating Nanoparticles
Discoveries

Acid stops bacteria swimming
Molecular Machines

SFU prof's switch could boost computer power 10,000-fold
Chip Technology

February 11th, 2003

Best Nanotechnology Sites of 2002
Miscellaneous

Researchers push toward true lab-on-a-chip
Nanomedicine

Kopin Shines Its Tiny Light
Discoveries

Nanotechnology inspires joining of art, science at UCLA
Academic/Education

Konarka Acquires Quantum Solar Energy Linz
Investments/IPO's/Splits

To the Moon in a Space Elevator?
Nanotubes/Buckyballs

Researchers develop 'natural bandages'
Nanomedicine

Ethics Lag in Nanotechnology
Ethics

French laboratories have significant role to play in developing ERA
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Man or Machine? New Program Strives to Put Both Into Space
Investments/IPO's/Splits

For full-time futurist, life isn't practical
Possible Futures

February 10th, 2003

Nanotechnology Called The Next Industrial Revolution
Miscellaneous

Canadian NanoBusiness Alliance Releases Nanomedicine Taxonomy
Nanomedicine

Nanoscience Instruments announces distribution agreement
Tools

UC Riverside scientists synthesize new porous materials
Materials/Metamaterials

Choosing Automation for Fast Liquid Sample Handling
Tools

Fluid morphs into startling designs
Discoveries

The currency of respect
Possible Futures

Imago slings fastest microscope in the midwest, maybe the world
Tools

PSU will help drive high-tech recovery
Academic/Education

Scientists of Very Small Draw Disciplines Together
Miscellaneous

February 9th, 2003

Solubest raises $1.4m in internal round
Investments/IPO's/Splits

February 8th, 2003

Nanoscience enables revolutionary molecular electric circuits
Chip Technology

Nanofibre sacrifice results in nanopipes
Nanotubes/Buckyballs

February 7th, 2003

Top KurzweilAI.net News of 2002
Miscellaneous

Huge progress on tiny scale
Miscellaneous

'Sticky' DNA crystals promise new way to process information
Memory Technology

Patently silly
Patents/IP/Tech Transfer/Licensing

Pity by the Bay: valley frets over other areas' newfound fortunes
Miscellaneous

SPIE speaker to predict the end of Moore's Law
Chip Technology

Researchers Announce World's Smallest Switch
Chip Technology

February 6th, 2003

Experts say nanotechnology is future of local energy industry
Miscellaneous

Drexel institute thinks small
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Nanodiamonds change their coat
Discoveries

NNI Gets 9.5 Percent Increase in Proposed Budget
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Education overhaul urged for nanotech revolution
Academic/Education

Foresight Institute Offers Nanotechnology Tutorial
Academic/Education

Funding bonanza for research at Queen's
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Another year, another threat to Advanced Technology Program
Investments/IPO's/Splits

NanoInk Receives $1 Million in Tax Increment Financing
Investments/IPO's/Splits

February 5th, 2003

Tiny Tech Promises Big Returns in Illinois
Miscellaneous

Master's degree in NanoScience at Delft and Leiden, The Netherlands
Academic/Education

Tech start-ups created 500 jobs last year
Jobs

Foresight Challenge Grant Met
Investments/IPO's/Splits

I've got you under my skin
Possible Futures

Budget Contains New Money for N.M. Labs
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Nanocluster catalyst aims to clean up fossil fuels
Possible Futures

Protein Chips: Bound to Deliver
Chip Technology

Bush's proposed budget makes nanotechnology 'a top priority'
Investments/IPO's/Splits

February 4th, 2003

Biomix To Raise $10-15 Million To Buy Out CROs
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Data Storage Leap Could Produce Film Library on a Disk
Memory Technology

Nanocluster catalysts aim to clean up fossil fuels
Possible Futures

DNA nanomotor expands and contracts
Molecular Machines

Bucky Diamonds In The Rough
Discoveries

State must risk to keep tech edge
Miscellaneous

Ultratech Stepper Announces Delivery of Two Alpha Tools
Announcements

Small tech's voice heard amid clamor of competing agendas
Announcements

Purdue researchers connect life's blueprints with its energy source
Molecular Machines

Problem solvers
Miscellaneous

Plan would close Berkeley lab facility
Investments/IPO's/Splits

PSU makes waves with scope
Investments/IPO's/Splits

February 3rd, 2003

Scanning Probe Animation Gallery opens at nanoscience.com
Announcements

Harvard Picks Thomas Swan
Investments/IPO's/Splits

New research integrates microfluidics with nanotechnology
Nanotubes/Buckyballs

DNA acts like a "piston"
Molecular Machines

SI Diamond pairs with Japanese company
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Israeli nanotech group mourns loss of astronaut
Miscellaneous

Harris & Harris Group Invests in Nanogram Devices Corporation
Investments/IPO's/Splits

Tour de force microscopy
Tools

Modified tips: molecules to cells
Tools

New material research possibilities with AFM
Tools

LaSys assists US Air Force with chem/bio weapons detection
Investments/IPO's/Splits

BSU to receive grant for nanoscience studies
Investments/IPO's/Splits

February 2nd, 2003

U of A signs another million dollar nano deal
Investments/IPO's/Splits

February 1st, 2003

Shutdown of nanotech irresponsible and dangerous, says CRN
Ethics

Illinois VC investment rises
Investments/IPO's/Splits

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