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Chat Sites, Forums, Bulletin Boards and Blogs
Last Updated: Monday, 20-Apr-2015 19:51:36 PDT
Below you will find a selection of chat rooms, forums, bulletin boards and blogs whose main theme is Nanotechnology
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Nano & Nature Blog
- A discussion of effects of Nanotechnology on Nature.
Complexity, Nanotechnology and Bio-computing
Blog of Martyn Amos: "... thoughts on the areas of complexity, nanotechnology and biocomputing, as well as on general scientific and educational issues."
Blog of Jack Uldrich (President of The NanoVeritas Group). "Nanotechnology Investment and Business-Related Commentary."
University of South Carolina
USC NIRT: Philosophical and Social Dimensions of Nanoscale Research - NanoTalk
A collaborative website to study the facts and implications of advanced nanotechnology. Nanotechnology is developing rapidly, and its implications are unknown. This is a site for researchers worldwide to work together, helping to build an understanding of the technologies, their effects, and what to do about them.
News and notes about the ongoing work of the Center for Responsible Nanotechnology (CRN).
nanotechnology and design
- Blog of George Elvin, Senior Research Associate at the Building Futures Institute and Associate Professor in the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University. "Nanotechnology and design covers the latest developments in nanotechnology and biotechnology as they impact the design of our world."
Howard Lovy's NanoBot (RIP)
Independent nanotechnology information and commentary
Global Nanotechnology - The where, the when and the why.
Thoughts on the future of nanotechnology from Richard Jones
Science and Society
David Lemberg - focuses broadly on the life sciences, physical sciences, space and planetary exploration, K-12 science education, and the intersection between science and art.
Debate and background on
Lycos / Raging Bull Group
NASA-JSC Area Nanotechnology Study Group