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It is a bit ironic the growth in a field dealing with the ultrasmall is so large. However, the range of applications for which nanoapplications are being considered is large and ever expanding. The following are but a few examples I have run across during light literature leading. The field is immense, growing, and truly interdisciplinary.


        Movies of “Nanomachines – Professor Alex Zettl’s group at UC Berkeley


        An article dealing with a relatively easy and inexpensive way to construct nanoimages developed by Paul Rothemond is described in Technology Review, Kevin Bullis, March 16, 2006. Take a look at the pictures linked in the article.


        Ellis-Behnke’s team at MIT have demonstrated the use of nanometer-sized protein particles to form a “ladder” for the facilitation of the growth of neurons across damaged areas. The approach has shown some effectiveness in hamsters. The work is documented in Rutledge G. Ellis-Behnke, et. al., (2006) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 103 (13), 5054-5059. (This takes about a minute to load depending on connection speed.)








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