Portal:Nanotechnology/Selected content

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This is the full schedule for selected content on Portal:Nanotechnology. It is currently week 28.

Week Selected article Selected image Selected biography
1, 53 Atomic force microscopy same as week 52 Leonard Adleman
2 QuijoteFinal.JPG Local oxidation nanolithography Paul Alivisatos
3 Carbon nanotube Phaedon Avouris
4 Quantum Reality (Large Buckyball around Trees).jpg Fullerenes in popular culture David Baker (biochemist)
5 Dip-pen nanolithography Alexander A. Balandin
6 Eight Allotropes of Carbon.png Cscr-featured.svg Allotropes of carbon Gerd Binnig
7 Cscr-featured.svg DNA nanotechnology Katharine Burr Blodgett
8 Atomic resolution Au100.JPG Surface reconstruction Harold Craighead
9 Symbol support vote.svg Drexler–Smalley debate on molecular nanotechnology Michael Crichton
10 Rotaxane Crystal Structure EurJOrgChem page2565 year1998.jpg Rotaxane Robert Curl
11 Fullerene Cees Dekker
12 Afm cd-rom.jpg Atomic force microscopy K. Eric Drexler
13 Scanning tunneling microscope Thomas Ebbesen
14 Atomprobe 00 as-prepared Cu-NiFe-W01.jpg Atom probe Don Eigler
15 Colloidal gold Richard Feynman
16 Scanning tunneling microscope - ideal tip.svg Scanning tunneling microscope - real tip.svg Scanning tunneling microscopy Christoph Gerber
17 DNA computing Steven Block
18 C60 isosurface.png Buckminsterfullerene Naomi Halas
19 History of nanotechnology James R. Heath
20 Atomic Force Microscope Science Museum London.jpg History of nanotechnology Mike Honda
21 Nanofluidic circuitry Sumio Iijima
22 Chiraltube.gif Carbon nanotube Bill Joy
23 Nanomedicine Harry Kroto
24 Biological and technological scales compared-en.svg Nanoscale Ray Kurzweil
25 Nanometrology Irving Langmuir
26 UHVSTMinside.JPG Scanning tunneling microscopy Stefan Hell
27 Molecular scale electronics Charles Lieber
28 DX DNA array.png DNA nanotechnology Angela Belcher
29 Nanoparticle Ralph Merkle
30 PLmap1.jpg Optical properties of carbon nanotubes Chad Mirkin
31 High-resolution transmission electron microscopy James Gimzewski
32 Nanostar 1.jpg Nanoparticle John Pendry
33 Symbol support vote.svg Optical properties of carbon nanotubes David Pescovitz
34 AFM Nanoscope IIIa.jpg Atomic force microscopy Mildred Dresselhaus
35 Quantum dot Mark Ratner
36 NIST HipHopAtomLogo.jpg Mechanosynthesis Mark Reed (physicist)
37 Near-field scanning optical microscopy John Reif
38 Achermann7RED.jpg Quantum dot Mihail Roco
39 Carbon nanotube field-effect transistor Heinrich Rohrer
40 Nanokid.svg Nanoputian Paul W. K. Rothemund
41 Self-assembled monolayer Anne Condon
42 Co ellipse.gif Quantum corral Sajeev John
43 There's Plenty of Room at the Bottom Nadrian Seeman
44 Kelly chem motor.png Synthetic molecular motor Richard Smalley
45 Local oxidation nanolithography Fraser Stoddart
46 First STM.jpg History of nanotechnology Horst Ludwig Störmer
47 Fullerene chemistry Norio Taniguchi
48 DNA nanostructures.png DNA nanotechnology James Tour
49 Thermodynamics of nanostructures George M. Whitesides
50 AFM (used) cantilever in Scanning Electron Microscope, magnification 1000x.JPG Atomic force microscopy Erik Winfree
51 Nanowire Eli Yablonovitch
52 Buckminsterfullerene-2D-skeletal.png Buckminsterfullerene Richard Adolf Zsigmondy