Nominations now open for 2010 Feynman Prize in Nanotechnology

The nomination/submission process for the 2010 Foresight Institute Feynman Prizes in Nanotechnology is now open.  Two $5000 prizes are offered, one for theory and one for experimental achievement.  These prizes recognize progress toward the goal of atomic-level control in the construction of macroscale 3D objects: an ambitious goal but one toward which physicist Richard Feynman pointed as early as 1959.  Please nominate those whose work most impresses you as moving in the direction of this goal, and all its medical, economic, and environmental benefits.  Thanks!  —Chris Peterson

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