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Nanotechnology Now Creates Nanotech News Posting Service

Portland, OR | June 02, 2005

Nanotechnology Now (, the leading source for news and information on nanotechnology, announced today that they have added a customized news posting feature.

“Our news posting feature allows businesses, universities, and individuals to post their news and press releases, and get them reviewed and posted in a timely fashion, for free” said Nanotechnology Now Editor Rocky Rawstern.

“Our 4,000+ daily readers depend on us for accurate, timely, and nanotech-specific news. This new feature will enable news-makers to get their news and press out to a nanotech-savvy group of business people, scientists, researchers, investors, and informed citizens much faster than traditional news sources,” said Rawstern.

Visitors to the site are presented with the most comprehensive listing of daily nano news. With between 15 and 30 news items posted daily, those interested in nanotechnology can get the complete story at one site. “Our staff processes hundreds of news items every day, sorting the nano-pretenders from the real news-makers. This makes us a one-stop news source, and differentiates us from the dozens of other sites that cover only portions of the nanospace.”

Some of the over 40 nano news categories covered include:

  • Jobs
  • Products
  • Legislation
  • Education
  • Investments
  • MEMS
  • Molecular Machines
  • Molecular Nanotechnology
  • Spintronics
  • Chip Technology
  • Memory Technology
  • Self Assembly
  • Nanotube Advances
  • Nanomedicine
  • Sensors
  • Nanoelectronics
  • Materials
  • Events & Announcements
  • Tools
  • Patents
  • Homeland Security
  • Military
  • Financial Reports
  • Food
  • Environment
  • Energy
  • Water
  • Automotive
  • Sports

To post your nanotech news, visit

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About Nanotechnology Now
Nanotechnology Now (NN) covers nanotechnology, molecular nanotechnology (MNT), microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), nanoelectromechanical systems (NEMS), nanomedicine, nanoelectronics, nanotech investing, jobs, legislation, education, and sensors, to name just a few.

In just a few years NN has had over 3.5M unique visits. For the first quarter of 2005, NN experienced over 332,000 unique visits, a figure that continues to grow. NN holds over 80 #1 rankings for key nanotech terms at the top 10 search engines. See a current list of rankings at

NN has compiled the largest free listings of:

  • nanotech businesses
  • universities
  • government organizations
  • non-profits
  • VC's
  • tool makers
  • international organizations
  • informational organizations

You will also find up-to-date listings of:

  • nanotech books
  • chat sites
  • newsletters
  • audio & video sites
  • White Papers

NN offers the most comprehensive nanotech glossary, articles contributed by leading authors, interviews of movers and shakers, and an events directory that is second to none.

Brian Lundquist
Publisher Nanotechnology Now

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