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Nanotechnologists print a tiny picture of some fish
The picture is made using quantum dot technology and is roughly as wide as a human hair
Dec 18 2015, 9:02AM
This company wants to download your thoughts so you can live forever
Humai is looking at ways of defeating death, but you should neither literally nor figuratively hold your breath.
Dec 1 2015, 8:30AM
Qubits and pieces: in pursuit of quantum computing
Quantum computers are no longer a science fiction dream, thanks to the work of researchers such as Andrea Morello.
Nov 4 2013, 2:39PM
IBM looks to DNA for next-generation chips
A nanotechnology design breakthrough could make faster, cheaper processors through the use of DNA structures.
Aug 18 2009, 7:49AM
Medical tech: Nanodiamonds could help heal wounds, boost recovery
North Western University have discovered that carbon based nanodiamonds could help treat severe burns, wounds and other body lesions by attracting insulin to the area.
Jul 30 2009, 1:29PM
Portable diagnostic nano lab might be just around the corner
Thanks to advances in nanotechnology, the future diagnosis of disease may be as simple as using a small, inexpensive, handheld gadget
Jul 28 2009, 9:10AM
Nanotechnology leads to incredible data density
Packing ten trillion bits of data onto a coin.
Feb 23 2009, 10:06AM
Nanotechnology regulation 'urgently needed'
Report calls for US Environment Protection Agency to act now.
May 24 2007, 11:41AM
Boffins look beyond silicon for next-gen transistors
New technology needed to maintain current pace of development.
Dec 13 2006, 11:30AM
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