The place to start is the Foresight Institute
>From there, I would hope you can find other addresses for work at places
like IBM Zurich, NASA Ames, Xerox PARC. You might still also be able to
find there the papers from the Fifth Conference on Molecular Nanotechnology,
held in November.
A related site is for the Institute for Molecular Manufacturing:
which also has pages for things like a design of a molecular differential
I trust you are not including things like nanostructured materials, which
are also often called nanotechnology, but the resulting structures are on
a microscale or even macroscale. If so, you should just do a net search;
you'll get tons of stuff.
michael rees wrote:
>could anyone point me to a web site which could fill me in on
>developments in Nanotechnology? The ideal site would have pictures of
>projects as well as descriptive texts.
>Any information is gratefully received.
>michael rees SCULPTOR http://www.sound.net/~zedand00/
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