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Blog~nano hits the ‘net

Central Point, OR | Posted on December 26th, 2006

Former Nanotechnology Now Editor Rocky Rawstern announced Blog~nano today. "Blog~nano will serve as a forum for the analysis of news and technologies pertaining to nanoscale materials and nanotechnology" said Rawstern. "Debate is encouraged, especially if it is of the informed variety. And anyone that needs to ask a question is encouraged to do so; answers to which will eventually be used in an FAQ."

When asked "Why another nanotech blog?" he replied "My take on nanoscale materials and nanotechnology is unique, and informed by over ten years of research, data collection, writing, and interviewing hundreds of stake holders. I will present a different slant on nanoscale technologies, as well as helping folks talk about, get to understand, and consider solutions to the issues."


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