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Leading nanotechnology portal notes milestone in news reporting
Nanotechnology Now (nanotech-now.com), the leading source for news and information on nanotechnology, announced today that they have posted the 10,000th news item since January 2003.
"Every day our staff sorts through literally hundreds of nano-news items, posting only the couple dozen that meet our criteria for real nano-news" said Nanotechnology Now Editor Rocky Rawstern. "The 10,000th article is a great example of the type of news you will find. It is a piece called Hewlett-Packard: Embracing Failure and was written by nanotech investing guru Jack Uldrich."
"Our 4,000+ daily readers depend on us to sort the wheat from the chaff, culling the nano-pretenders from the real news makers," said Rawstern. "The system we put in place in January 2003 allows us to categorize news into one or more of over 40 categories, giving our readers a distinct advantage when it comes to keeping track of their favorite topics. And our Power User Option allows readers to receive only the news in the categories they want, delivered to them on a schedule that meets their needs."
Covering topics ranging from investing in nanotech companies to jobs, events, and homeland security, Nanotechnology Now News is drawing an increasing number of well-educated readers, as well as those just beginning their journey into the nano-realm. "Our readers range from business persons to lawyers, college students and professors to politicians, the general public and the military; all of whom have an interest in nanotechnology, and many of whom have a vested interest."
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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.
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