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Nanotechnology
Quantum dots for sale
Building the nanofuture with carbon tubes
Tiny tips probe nanotechnology
Biomedical applications of nanotechnology
 
Biophysics
Bioinfomatics moves into the mainstream
Protein research calls for advanced instruments
Switching from physics to biology
Biomaterials facilitate medical breakthroughs
New tools for imaging the brain
Biometric identification
Building the bionic ear
 
Computers
Grid computing made simple
Recent advances in computer vision
Curve fitting made easy
Computer models define tide variability
Modeling the fuel cell
Solving differential equations
Crytography and the new economy
 
Microsystems
A new wave of microfluidic devices
Here come the micro-engines
Microsystems in Japan
Military applications of microsystems
 
Optics
Developing a chemical-imaging camera
Terahertz radiation: Applications and sources
How fiber optics works
Seeing the future in photonic crystals
Careering through optics
Developing fiber optic communications
 
Energy
What's wrong with the electric grid?
Thin films seek a solar future
Energy barriers
Nuclear security in a new world
Microwaves from the moon
Return to the moon
Barriers to thinking new about energy
Solar power via the moon
Energy for the city of the future
Fusion at the crossroads
Where is energy going?
 
R & D
Fraud shows peer-review flaws
Will innovation flourish in the future?
 
Business
Building success into a high-tech startup
Steps to high tech success
Hiring and firing
Ten ways to create a winning team
A scientific approach to managing business
Buying patterns in e-commerce
 
Lasers
Tunable lasers and fiber-Bragg-grating sensors
Laser fabrication of glass microstructures
Laser tracker maps three-dimensional features
Quantum cascade lasers turn commercial
Ultrafast lasers open new doors
 
Semiconductors
Ion implantation in silicon technology
Hybrid semiconductor--molecular nanoelectronics
Silicon-germanium gives semiconductors the edge
Semiconducting polymers on display
Can anything stop the transistor?
 
Space
Understanding and predicting space weather
Global Positioning System: A high-tech success
Space-based Earth sensing
Plasma propulsion in space
 
Materials
Smart fluids move into the marketplace
Industrial diamonds gather strength
Will MgB2 work?
Exploiting molecular self-assembly
 
Instruments
Compact accelerator neutron generators
Science goes exploring under the sea
Raman scattering becomes more accessible
Detection on the cutting edge
 
Electronics
Spin and energy--free?
Electronics with a twist
A new way to deposit organic thin films
Radio on a chip
Can anything stop the transistor?
 
Intellectual property
Are you carrying trade secrets?
Managing conflicts of interest
Privacy issues tangle the web
Trademarks: How do they work?
Should you copyright it?
Do you need to patent it?
 

 

 

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