As the Conference Program Chair of Virtual Reality Summit, I’m proud to announce that Adriana Vela and I are working together once again on one of this era’s most important and intriguing “frontier technologies.’  I’m also proud that I served as Director of Communications for NanoTecNexus during its first ten years. Adriana Vela […]

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NanoTecNexus Interns Deliver Summer Workshop at Library  On July 25th the NanoTecNexus Internship Program held an event at the Carmel Valley Public Library to inspire and educate middle school students on the wonders and benefits of nanotechnology. The library presentation is one of several projects taken on by the NanoTecNexus intern team and combined many of the […]

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By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS JULY 9, 2015, 2:59 P.M. E.D.T. NEW YORK — IBM says it has achieved a breakthrough in making computer chips even smaller, creating a test version of the world’s first semiconductor that shrinks down the circuitry by overcoming “one of the grand challenges” of the tech industry. The microchip industry has consistently created […]

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Editor’s Note: Wonderful progress in the area of targeted therapeutics using DNA nanobots. Update is exceptional and very well presented for all audiences in this story by Brian Wang at nextBigFuture… At the British Friends of Bar-Ilan University’s event in Otto Uomo October 2014 Professor Ido Bachelet announced the beginning of the human treatment with […]

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We joined the movement to encourage spending with a purpose…. You give – We give 2015 ‘Wonders of Nanotechnology’ Educational Calendar NanoTecNexus has joined #GivingTuesday, a first of its kind effort that will harness the collective power of a unique blend of partners–charities, families, businesses and individuals–to transform how people think about, talk about and […]

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By Colin Jeffrey, October 13, 2014 Artist’s impression of an electron wave in a crystal of nuclear-spin-free silicon-28 atoms (Image: Dr Stephanie Simmons, UNSW) In what are claimed to be new world records, two teams working in parallel at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) in Australia have each found solutions to problems facing […]

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For a long time optical microscopy was held back by a presumed limitation: that it would never obtain a better resolution than half the wavelength of light. Helped by fluorescent molecules the Nobel Laureates in Chemistry 2014 ingeniously circumvented this limitation. Their ground-breaking work has brought optical microscopy into the nanodimension. In what has become […]

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