Monday, March 01, 2004

News in a NanoSecond

  • Houston must act on nanotechnology opportunities (Houston Business Journal)

      Nanotechnology offers Houston the greatest economic development opportunity of our lifetime. Two years ago, Scientific American magazine noted that nanotechnology "could lay the groundwork for a new industrial revolution."

      Nanotechnology is the only field of science where Texas has a world recognized leadership position. Certainly we have world recognized leaders in science and technology, however this is the only field where Texas as a whole is recognized as a leader worldwide. More

  • One startup, two employees and one really smart membrane (Small Times)

      William Lee long suspected that nanostructured, intelligent membranes could solve many problems in one broad brush. His startup company aims to prove that theory right. eMembrane Inc. has developed a technology to graft nanoscale filaments onto a polymer surface. Those filaments can then be customized to bind to specific targets as they wash across the surface – much like a hairbrush captures hair in its bristles. More
  • Cracker Barrel Philosophy: Semantic Compositions (DFMoore)

      That is why I have picked a field that no one actually knows anything about, Nanoscience. That way the masses won't lecture and debate me on it and I will seem smart at dinner parties. Or people will stare at me blankly. Mostly the second one. More
  • Spongebob Nanopants! (The Speculist)
  • The Good, The Bad and the Unfriendly (
  • You think YOU'RE Nanosaur


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