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There is a pressing need for nano education in formal and informal settings.

The 30 trillion ton technosphere

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Comment by Sean McGee, Dassault Systèmes BIOVIA.

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Pöyry’s Head of Biofutures, Petri Vasara, calls for a recarbonisation revolution of global material flows.

The carbon dioxide problem in making a coffee

The chemist who fell to earth, obit for Sir Harry Kroto

China and USA are front-runners, competitors and collaborators in the field of nanotechnology

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The combination of green chemistry techniques with nanotechnology applications is a key component of the nanotechnology future.

Thin films/coatings of diamond is now a realistic and exciting choice for biomedical implant.

Heat your home and water with graphene panels.

A day not to celebrate.

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Constructing carbon structures from the bottom up.

Computational Materials Science paper in Top 100 of most cited research papers of all time.

Environmental concerns, the reduce, re-use, recycle ethos, and ethical manufacturing, there is certainly an urgency in eradicating built-in obsolescence.

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