Article profiles nanotechnology work at Cornell University

from the Up-close-and-personal dept.
Cornell Magazine recently ran an article that gives an in-depth survey of the nanotechnology-related research programs at Cornell University, in Ithaca, N.Y. (ìSize Matters,î by Beth Saulnier, Jan/Feb 2001). Cornell is home to the Nanobiotechnology Center and the Cornell Nanofabrication Facility. While acknowledging the pioneering roles of Richard Feynman and Eric Drexler in the field, the article also contains some rather disparaging remarks from Cornell researchers who remain skeptical of the long-term potential of molecular nanotechnology. Still, itís an interesting look at the people, facilities, research and outlook at one of the major nanotechnology research institutions in the United States.

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