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Today, Salvi and Kimbrell open their discussion by defining the scope of nanotechnology. Later in the week, they'll address ethical concerns surrounding nanotechnology, government regulation and more. A global technology race the U.S. must win By...
Excessive heat plaguing consumer electronics stems from electrons racing through microchips that make the gadgets operate, and how might one solve this problem? Pump in a few more electrons. Purdue University researchers report a prototype that improves...
Today, Kimbrell and Salvi debate government oversight of nanotech research and business. Previously, they defined the scope of nanotechnology, discussed its potential drawbacks and predicted its future. They'll conclude their debate tomorrow with a...
Tribune staff reporterThe shells of abalone are made from calcium carbonate, the same material found in such rocks such as limestone. But the shells are far stronger than the rocks. That's because these shells of sea mollusks are made from molecules clumped in groups of a few...
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