Ralph Merkle at PARC has a home page at www.merkle.com. It is a good
starting place. He works closely with Dr. (Kevin?) Drexler who is
considered by some to be the father of Molecular Manufacturing.
Drexler has started the Institute for Molecular Manufacturing which has
good pictures of nanomachines (bearings, pumps, etc.). The web page for
this organization is: www.imm.org/.
Both these sites have good links to others.
Given that all manufacturing will be done this way "someday", we should
all play close attention to these guys.
Since they work on angstrom scales, they have even better resolution
michael rees wrote:
> Dear List,
> 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.
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