Friday, June 02, 2006

Foresight adds podcasts to communication prize

The Foresight Nanotech Institute, the think tank that has been thinkin' about nanotech since before you were a brat watching "Barney," young fella, is taking nominations for its annual communication prize. I was the first blogger to win the award back in '04, but blogs are so early '00s and Foresight is nothing if not up on the latest things. So, they've added nanotech podcasts to the mix.

I am not aware of any dedicated nanotech podcast, but I know the subject is being discussed more and more on podcasts ranging from science to business to investing to, of course, SciFi. The way I stay up-to-date on the latest podcasts that even mention nanotechnology is through the Podzinger RSS Alert. Plug this link into your iTunes or podcast application of your choice and you'll get interesting stuff ranging from the latest NPR report on nanotech to author Jack Uldrich giving a nanotech talk to a civic organization in Cleveland.

The Foresight prize is given for nonfiction communication on nanotechnology in any print, electronic, broadcast or other communications medium, including, books, periodicals, internet sites and services, and radio, film and video productions. Send in your nominations through this link.

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