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Nanotechnology Sites:

Loyola University has a nanotechnology database that contains a wide variety of nanotechnology information from sources of funding to research centers.

The Foresight Institute has a web site with more nanotechnology information.

Nanotech-now has a comprehensive set of links and forums.

Slashdot has a review of Nanosystems.

CNet has a special report entitled "How Nanotechnology Will Change the World".

Robert Freitas is writing a guide to nanomedicine. This is an adjunct to his series of books on Nanomedicine (Volume I is out now).

The newsgroup sci.nanotech has a homepage with nanotechnology papers from the Foresight Institute (the sci.nanotech homepage is maintained by Josh Hall, and it has an ftp site also).

The NAS Computational Molecular Nanotechnology resource at NASA contains a large number of papers, a gallery, and links.

Nanolink is a page at the National University of Singapore that maintains a list of key nanotechnology sites.

Ralph Merkle's Nanotechnology Site at Zyvex is one of the most comprehensive nanotechnology sites on the web.

Sean Morgan also maintains a fairly comprehensive nanotechnology page.

Gina Miller has an extensive site at nanoindustries.com.

David Sowsy has a nanotechnology site at nanorevolution.com.

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Wicked Science Books is an online book reference for science books.



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