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Deadline THIS FRIDAY for early rate on Open Science Summit

By |2017-06-01T14:03:33-07:00September 20th, 2011|Economics, Ethics, Foresight Kudos, Intellectual Property, Investment/Entrepreneuring, Meetings & Conferences, Nanodot, News, Open Source, Open source sensing, Openness/Privacy, Public participation, Robotics|

Excellent lineup of speakers again this year for the Open Science Summit, Oct. 22-23, and you can get in for only $100 if you register by this Friday:  http://opensciencesummit.com Hope [...]

Computational circuit built from 74 small DNA molecules (with video)

By |2017-06-01T14:04:23-07:00June 9th, 2011|Artificial Molecular Machines, Atomically Precise Manufacturing (APM), Bionanotechnology, Computational nanotechnology, Machine Intelligence, Molecular manufacturing, Molecular Nanotechnology, Nano, Nanobiotechnology, Nanodot, Nanomedicine, Nanotech, Nanotechnology, Open Source, Productive Nanosystems, Research|

A biochemical circuit built from 74 small DNA molecules demonstrates an approach that may enable embedded control of molecular devices.

Will more efficient protein folding program advance nanotechnology?

By |2017-06-01T14:04:26-07:00March 29th, 2011|Bionanotechnology, Computational nanotechnology, Molecular Nanotechnology, Nano, Nanobiotechnology, Nanodot, Nanotech, Nanotechnology, Open Source, Research|

MIT scientists have devised much more efficient procedures for modeling protein folding in order to be able to model the folding of the flood of proteins sequences made available by modern genome sequencing methods.

Why terrorists are often engineers: implications for nanotechnology

By |2017-06-01T14:04:34-07:00September 16th, 2010|Abuse of Advanced Technology, Computational nanotechnology, Future Warfare, Nano, Nanodot, Nanotech, Nanotechnology, Open Source, Open source sensing, Openness/Privacy, Opinion, Security|

An IEEE Spectrum podcast asks the question, Why Are Terrorists Often Engineers? The blurb: With terrorism back in the news, so, too, is a curious footnote: Of the hundreds of [...]

Don't miss the Open Science Summit, July 29-31, in person or live webcast

By |2017-06-01T14:04:35-07:00July 19th, 2010|Economics, Environment, Health, and Safety, Ethics, Future Medicine, Health & longevity, Intellectual Property, International organizations, Investment/Entrepreneuring, Life extension, Meetings & Conferences, Nanodot, New Institutions, Open Source, Open source sensing, Openness/Privacy, Opinion, Public participation, Research|

The Open Science Summit on July 29-31 in Berkeley is looking better and better. Topics include OpenPCR, DIY biology, open source hardware, brain preservation, synthetic biology, gene patents, open data, open access [...]

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