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Big Leaf, LLC has launched the new web site, Nanotechnology Product News (NPN), providing news about nanotechnology products and related developments, along with free listings in the business directory for any business or organization involved with nanotechnology.
Nanotechnology Product News Web Site Launched, with Press Releases and Directory of Businesses
Fort Collins, CO | Posted on September 27th, 2007
Nanotechnology news articles are listed on the home page, http://www.nanotech-product-news.com . The list includes original commentary by NPN as well as articles published by other sites. Third party articles are aggregated by human editors to provide an overview of developments within the industry and by government agencies with nanotechnology oversight. Original commentary and industry articles are also available from NPN RSS news feeds.
The business directory is a searchable database of businesses, consortiums, universities, government agencies and other institutions with direct involvement in nanotechnology. A listing in the directory is free to any organization that can demonstrate a connection to nanotechnology. This includes businesses selling products or services essential to nanotechnology research and development. For example, electron microscopy products would qualify since they are needed for most nanoscale material development efforts. Regulatory agencies with jurisdiction over nanotechnology products are also welcome.
Once an organization has been accepted into the directory, the account holder can submit free press releases for publication on Nanotechnology Product News. Releases are listed on a dedicated web page and are included in the press release RSS news feed. Releases are free for all directory-listing owners.
Nanotech businesses will also be interested in the Government section of the site. The Government page lists important research efforts being undertaken by government agencies around the world. It also will be tracking regulatory activity. As the nanotechnology industry grows, regulations will inevitably follow. Staying up-to-date on the new rules and regulations is an essential task for any business. NPN will be following regulatory developments and making that information available in the Government section of Nanotechnology Product News.
About Big Leaf, LLC
Big Leaf, LLC has been in the internet publishing business since 2004. The company specializes in sites that serve technology industries. The company’s first site was RoHSwell.com, providing information and news about RoHS, WEEE and other environmental regulations to the electronics industry.
Big Leaf, LLC is based in Fort Collins, Colorado. Ideas for new web sites have grown out of associations with Colorado State University, and in particular with the National Institute of Invasive Species Science (NIISS) at the Natural Resources Environmental Laboratory. NIISS and Big Leaf, LLC continue to share experiences and ideas about database-driven web sites.
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