Home > News > NanoKorea
September 8th, 2003
Nanotechnology, being relatively young, has thrown up a lot of firsts. On the events side I have been lucky to have been involved in various first nanotechnology investing events, our first interdisciplinary nanotechnology conference, TNT 2000 (we are now on the 4th) and all manner of first meetings of the local nanotechnology communities from Austria to the US. One of real eye openers this year was NanoKorea, not only a fascinating technical conference, but also featuring an exhibition visited by over 10,000 people over the four days.
Quantum effects help cells capture light, but the details are obscure: Ultrashort laser pulses reveal that 'coherence' plays a subtle role in energy transfers December 6th, 2013
Coal yields plenty of graphene quantum dots: Rice U. scientists find simple method for producing dots in bulk from coal, coke December 6th, 2013
The gene sequencing that everyone can afford in future December 6th, 2013
Silvija Gradečak seeks to better the world through new materials December 6th, 2013