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.
- Nanobot highlights the portion of a NSF report on nanotechnology for undergrads.
- Nanotechnology Law Report‘s John Monica on the "fuzzy line" distinction between “engineered,” “incidental,” and “natural” nanoparticles and Michael Heintz on nanotechnology risks in cosmetics.
- UPI reports on a recent survey that reveals, surprise, individuals who know little or nothing about nanotechnology tend to "in an emotionally charged way " to it.
- Advanced Nanotechnology has been focused on the superlens and hyperlens (with cool graphics!).
- Nanodot on a nanotechnology coffee table book and on molecular machines.
- Nanoscale Views has a thought provoking post on long term research at companies and universities.
- Soft Machines has a lengthy post on "nanoscale swimmers."