A talk at TEDxBerkeley includes nanotechnology among the options for digital fabrication, one of five new rules of innovation.
A National Academy of Sciences panel has recommended a four-part research effort focused on preventing and managing any potential health and environmental risks of nanomaterials.
Proposed projects to use smartphone networks to gather data and inform authorities are opening discussion of how such data should be used.
In a review of physicist and television host Michio Kaku's latest book, Foresight advisor Glenn Reynolds finds reason for optimism, but also cause for concern in the career choices of today's brightest minds.
Tonight on Fast Forward Radio J Storrs Hall, president of Foresight joins FFR to continue their special series leading up Foresight 2010. The conference, January 16-17 in Palo Alto, California, [...]
The Speculist blog's FastForwardRadio podcast is featuring speakers from Foresight's upcoming conference next month (January 16-17 in Palo Alto) for the next few weeks. Tonight: Futurist Michael Anissimov and nanotechnologist [...]
"Codex Futurius" is a project of Discover Magazine's Science Not Fiction blog in which they ask science questions raised by science fiction.. Then they ask the National Academy of Sciences' [...]
From the February 2009 issue of the "science is culture" publication Seed magazine, not yet online: Hypothesis: Civil Nanotechnology Starting in 2009, nanotech-based sensing will enable a level of environmental [...]
On the Editor’s Page at Medical DeviceLinkCom, Shana Leonard writes about the crucial need for design and modeling techniques to guide nanosystems development toward fabrication, and cites the Technology Roadmap [...]