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Abstract:
A new publication providing an eclectic mixture of broad and deep insight into the latest technological issues, and critical comment and analysis of the ways nanotechnology’s impact is perceived by the world.

Nanotechnology Perceptions Journal

March 11, 2005

A new publication is being launched in March 2005. Called Nanotechnology Perceptions: a Review of Ultraprecision Engineering and Nanotechnology, it differs sharply from the innumerable newsletters offering information about events in the scientific, technical and commercial world. The content of Nanotechnology Perceptions is written by leaders for leaders-by leaders in ultraprecision engineering and nanotechnology for leaders in industry, commerce, politics and public administration. Containing only original essays, it aims to inform and stimulate, by providing an eclectic mixture of broad and deep insight into the latest technological issues, and critical comment and analysis of the ways nanotechnology's impact is perceived by the world.

"An indispensable compass for navigating in the uncharted oceans of nanotechnology." "I want to know how extravagant are some of the seemingly wildly improbable claims made for the likely impacts of nanotechnology on society?" "It is difficult to remain aloof ... it will be more necessary than with any previous technological revolution to be able to understand something of the hidden layers lying beneath the objects we can perceive."

Nanotechnology Perceptions offers sober assessment and incisive, impartial critique. It is a 'must read' for all those who must make decisions based on an appraisal of the potential - and risks - of nanotechnology in their areas of interest and activity.

Editor-in-chief:
Professor Jeremy Ramsden
Chair of Nanotechnology
Cranfield University
England

Editorial board:

  • Dr Estefanía Abad, Fundación Tekniker, Eibar, Guipúzcoa, Spain
  • Prof. Christopher M.A. Brett, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal
  • Dr Marcello G. Cacace, Institute for the Study of Nanostructured Materials, Bologna, Italy
  • Prof. Thomas Christaller, Fraunhofer Institute for Autonomous Intelligent Systems, Sankt Augustin, Germany
  • Dr Marc Desmulliez, MicroSystems Engineering Centre (MISEC), Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • Dr Graham Holt, Collegium Basilea (Institute of Advanced Study), Switzerland
  • Prof. Paata J. Kervalishvili, Georgian Technical University, Tbilisi, Georgia
  • Dr Niels B. Larsen, The Danish Polymer Centre, Risø National Laboratory, Denmark
  • Prof. Athanasios G. Mamalis, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
  • Prof. Lars Montelius, University of Lund, Sweden
  • Dr Michael Neumann-Spallart, Centre Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique, Meudon, France
  • Prof. Jeremy J. Ramsden, Cranfield University, England
  • Prof. Josef Steidl, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic
  • Dr Hans van den Vlekkert, LioniX BV, Enschede, The Netherlands
  • Prof. Miklos Zrínyi, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary
Annual subscription:
  • Individual: £48 or € 72 or CHF 108 (including postage)
  • Single issues available for CHF 45 (including postage)
  • Institutions: CHF 360 (postage extra)



Contact:
Nanotechnology Perceptions
Collegium Basilea
Hochstrasse 51
CH-4053 Basel
Switzerland
cb@unibas.ch
fax: +41 61 361-9523

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