Ed. note: every Friday (more or less) Nanotechnology Law Report’s David Fischer will look back at the week’s news and analysis of nano related issues. If you have something you’d like to bring to our attention, email him.
- The BIG news of the week was the EPA’s release of its white paper on nanotechnology and related regulatory issues yesterday. As the white paper is 132 pages – and available online – next week’s big news will be analysis of the white paper.
- Advanced Nanotechnology celebrates its 1000th post by looking at Better Nanoscale Membranes. (Ed. note: this blog will celebrate it’s 1000th post with a good bottle of single malt).
- The St. Petersburg Times reports on Dermazone Solutions which "produces nano-based skin creams, sunscreens and other "cosmeceuticals" under the brands Celazome and Kara Vita."
- Nanotechnology Law Report’s John Monica was interviewed by The Rose Sheet about Berkeley’s nanotechnology regulation.
- Nanodot looks at Microsoft’s Vista operating program and concludes that it will harm nanotechnology.
- Nanoscale Views has a lengthy look at quantum computing and asks "are we there yet?" And Scott Aaronson at Shtetl-Optimized takes The Economist to task for its reporting on quantum computing.
- Responsible Nanotechnology has a fascinating post on how each of the top ten results from a google search for nanotechnology define "nanotechnology."