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Michael Berger
Committed to educate, inform and inspire about nanotechnologies, nanosciences, and other emerging technologies.
Committed to educate, inform and inspire about nanotechnologies, nanosciences, and other emerging technologies.
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A scary read: The 5th edition of the UK Defense report 'Global Strategic Trends’ bit.ly/1iUFBZN
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Don't dump your excess nanomaterials - share them online

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Cambridge University's Under the Microscope is a collection of videos that capture glimpses of the natural and man-made world in stunning close-up and convey the excitement of cutting-edge science in areas that range from beetle eyes to killer T-cells, from nano-wires to fish skeletons.

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Invisible wireless networks are transformed into beautiful beams of color in a series of photographs.

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Poster will absorb the pollution from 20 cars every day.

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Universe re-created in computer simulation

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Scientists have great expectations that nanotechnologies will bring them closer to the goal of creating computer systems that can simulate and emulate the brain's abilities for sensation, perception, action, interaction and cognition while rivaling its low power consumption and compact size - basically a brain-on-a-chip.

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Vote for your favorite National Geographic Kids cover to become the world's smallest (nanoscale) magazine cover.

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Terawatts of power in laser pulses, low cost graphene coatings. Luminescent nanotubes and air-breathing biofuel cells. Proteins confronting nanoviscosity inside living cells, flows improving medical diagnostics and drug testing in bacterial colonies clustering in controlled microdroplets. These and dozens other topics are presented in this free electronic book.

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