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The Auto Industry and Entropy

The U.S. government just might be taking on the forces of the universe in its attempt to revive the U.S. auto industry. Read More »

NPR can’t tell Crichton from cosmetics

National Public Radio's Noah Adams interviewed Science Friday's Ira Flatow on NPR's "Day to Day" program and, frankly, it was a bit of a disappointment. I expect better from public radio. Read More »

Nanotech arrogance will meet the Luddite hammer

Plant me firmly on "future doesn't need us" ground if this is a representative opinion among all of nanotechnology's thought leaders. Read More »

A bright future … in Europe

GE may be as American as Thomas Edison, but it also knows where the future might appear brighter. Read More »

From the Dark Tower of my memory

Stephen King probably did not pick "dipolar computers" purely out of the abyss of his imagination. Read More »

Thank you, NanoWorld

Just a few hours into my new freelance career, and offers were coming in to write for various publications. Not to mention the many, many notes I've received from supporters around the world. You all gave me reason to hope at the end of a very emotional day. Read More »

Crossing the blood-game barrier

Any nano-knowledgable gamers out there who can write? I can offer no money for nano-themed game reviews, but I can offer you nano-fame at the price of total loss of respect from your peers. Send me a note if you're interested. Read More »

Good medicine, bad medicine

Robert Bradbury has some good news and some bad news about the National Institutes of Health nanomedicine roadmap initiative shindig this week. Read More »

Initial Perilous Offering

Before you call your broker with the Nanosys news, take a look at this. It's an excerpt from Nanosys' SEC registration statement, and should be required reading for anybody who is contemplating an investment in a public nanotechnology company. Read More »

The Tale of Tomalia

Close followers of Howard Lovy's NanoBot know that I'm naturally attracted to people who are considered on the fringe. Good writers are often "outsiders," themselves. But even within that crowd, I'm often an outsider among outsiders. Read More »