Thursday, December 02, 2004

Requests for cancer cure


The National Cancer Institute Alliance for Nanotechnology in Cancer has announced a number of Requests for Applications, including its planned Centers of Cancer Nanotechnology Excellence, Multidisciplinary Career Development in Cancer Nanotechnology Research and Cancer Nanotechnology Platform Partnerships. The NCI is planning a pre-application meeting Dec. 14 in Bethesda.

NanoBot Backgrounder
Mother Ship to innerspace sensors ... come in ...
Pint-size pushers
Nanopants miss the Bullseye


nanotechnology books


2 comments:

Cancergiggles said...

I look forward to having something smaller than a Ford Galaxy inserted into my body. Bring it on as soon as possible.

Camilo said...

Perhaps, according to the mainstream definition of nano, we have already something in our bodies that fits those characteristics. If we refer to the original Drexler-Feynman nano, it is going to be some time before somebody actually coughs up something that can be inoculated safely. Perhaps we should take bets on the timeframe?

Having said that, what about a little engineered DNA? Does that count?