A completely electronic Journal for research papers on fundamental theory and experiments at
frontiers of science and technology relating to surfaces, interfaces,
thin films, fine particles, nanowires, nanotubes, and other
nanometer-scale structures, and their interdisciplinary areas such as
crystal growth, vacuum technology, and so on.
This newsletter appears quarterly and provides scientific articles, reports and general information in the field of Nanotechnology and more specifically "Emerging Nanoelectronics". This newsletter will also publish relevant information about Projects funded by the European Commission.
Massimo Marrazzo of Italy-based design firm Biodomotica® has published a new addition to his free e-book on printed flexible electronics. Marrazzo believes that the work of future product designers dealing with flexible electronics will be more akin to fashion and graphic designers, where the focus is on style and concept rather than function.
This book describes some nanowires fabrication by electrodeposition technique and their potential applications. Understanding the design, size dependent properties and working principles of electrodeposited nanowires described here, requires a multidisciplinary background of physics, chemistry, materials science, electrical engineering, or bioengineering.
Originally published in 1986, K. Eric Drexler's Engines of Creation laid the theoretical foundation for the modern field of nanotechnology and articulated the amazing possibilities and dangers associated with engineering at the molecular scale. Unique for both its style and substance, the book is today recognized as the seminal work in nanotechnology and has earned Drexler the title of "Father of Nanotechnology." Engines of Creation 2.0: The Coming Era of Nanotechnology ? Updated and Expanded, is an ebook-only version. In addition to an updated look and feel for the ebook, Engines of Creation 2.0 has been expanded to include the first known lecture on nanotechnology by physicist Richard Feynman, the landmark open letter debate between Dr. Drexler and the late nanotech pioneer and Nobel laureate Dr. Richard Smalley, analysis of the debate by Ray Kurzweil, and a number of new additions by Dr. Drexler, including his advice to aspiring nanotechnologists.