The International Council on Nanotechnology

One Giant Nano Family

Thanks to Alyssa Danigelis at Discovery Channel.com for blogging today about ICON's latest project as part of Discovery Tech's Wide Angle on nanotechnology. Our phone conversation yesterday took an extremely wide angle, covering everything from nanoshells for cancer therapy, nanorust for arsenic remediation, bimetallic nanoparticles for remediation of chlorinated solvents, and the general topic of nano and environmental impacts. Of all the great work within CBEN that I bragged about, she chose to focus this piece on the GoodNanoGuide. We continue to work hard at growing a community of contributors as we work out the technical aspects of using the robust, yet not-newbie-friendly Tiki-Wiki platform.

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