Nano Fever Hits the Bay Area
Jennifer introduces the conference, nanotechnology and its significance.
Cancer-Fighting "Molecular Velcro"
Work towards a nano-based "smart cancer sensor" therapy
Rate Your Favorite Nanotech Start-Up!
Comments on the Lux Research report on nanotech startup strategies.
Quote of the Day
An entry on Intel's Michael Mayberry talk. His main point was that the most promising R&D on nanoelectronics focuses on the less complex.
...But He Didn't Inhale
Coverage of the Woodrow Wilson Institute's Andrew Maynard talk on overseeing nanotechnology risk.
It's All About the Wireless
Wireless power transmission.
Where To Get Your Nano On
Jennifer enumerates the nano blogs of note.
Richard Feynman's optimism for nanotechnology stemmed from the tiny workings of nature.
Here Comes the Sun
About colloidal nanocrystals and photovoltaics
That's a Wrap!
A summary of a few other interesting items from the conference:
- inorganic colloidal nanocrystals as an alternative to quantum dots in fluorescent biological labeling applications
- environmental remediation with zero-valent iron nanoparticles
- recent advances in laser wakefield accelerators. Applications include drivers for light sources and high-energy particle acceleration.