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Nanotechnology: not just for geeks

Say "nanotechnology," and geeks imagine iPhones, laptops and flash drives. But more than 60 percent of the 580 products in a newly updated inventory of nanotechnology consumer products are such "un-geeky" items as tennis racquets, clothing, and health products.

Posted: Oct 2nd, 2007

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A German-Israeli symposium on nanomedicine

Internationally recognized experts will present recent achievements in molecular diagnostics based on nanotechnological tools. These principles will open the door to personal diagnosis and therapy but also to bio-electronic circuitry.

Posted: Oct 1st, 2007

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'Silent sputnik' threatens U.S. competitive leadership

On the 50th anniversary of the launch of Sputnik, former Harvard Business School professor John Kao describes the U.S. as fat and complacent, and gives the nation a failing report card on how it stacks up in innovation capacity compared to other countries.

Posted: Oct 1st, 2007

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Nanotechnology part of 2009 U.S. R&D budget priorities

The White House is now seeking to place its stamp on federal scientific spending during the Bush administration‚??s final year in office, according to a memo released last Friday by Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility.

Posted: Sep 30th, 2007

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Researchers make electron spin useful

In the global race for possibilities for the use of electron spin, an international research team is right at the forefront: The researchers have managed to maintain the polarisation of nuclear spin and its associated electron spin for some ten minutes - a virtually endless amount of time for typical computer calculation steps.

Posted: Sep 28th, 2007

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