Index – NanoInnovation: What Every Manager Needs to Know

Index

a

  • AAV-LPL S447X
  • AAV-mediated gene therapy
  • AbbVie
  • Abraxane, cancer-fighting drugs
  • adeno-associated virus
  • adeno-associated viral-derived vectors
  • adenosine deaminase
    • deficiency (ADA)
  • adenovirus
  • Adobe systems
  • aerial drones
  • Africa, Nanoinnovation in
  • Agilent Technology
  • airborne nanoparticles
  • A.J. Drexel Nanotechnology Institute
  • Alipogene tiparvovec
  • Alivisatos, Paul
  • Altsys
    • software
    • software firm
  • aluminosilicates
    • in food
  • aluminum
  • Amalean, Deshamanya Mahesh
  • Amazon
  • ambidextrous
    • organization
  • American Cancer Society
  • ammonia
    • benefiting from nanoinnovation
    • industry, financial and energy savings
    • production
      • energy-efficient, economical improvement in
  • ancient hair dye
  • ancient nanoinnovations
  • antibacterial/antiseptic properties
  • antibodies
  • antiferromagnetism
  • antigen-specific immune
    • induction
    • suppression
  • antiviral
    • drug
  • antivirus solution
  • Apple computer
    • personal
  • Arkema
  • artificial blood cells
  • artificial intelligence
    • android
  • artificial retinas
  • asbestos
    • fibers
    • as fire-resistant thermal insulation
    • molecules
  • astronomical applications
  • asymmetry in technology
  • ATMs. See atomic force microscope (AFM)
  • atomically precise manufacturing
  • atomic force microscope (AFM)
  • 12 atom memory storage
  • Aurasense
  • automobiles
    • tires
  • autonomously synthesize proteins
  • AZoNano

b

  • Bacopa caroliniana plant
  • Banash, Mark
  • Bank of America
  • Benyus, Janine
  • BIND
    • biosciences
    • 014 nanoparticles
    • therapeutics
  • Binnig, Gerd
  • biochips
  • biocompatibility
  • biodegradable polymeric delivery systems
  • bioengineered components
  • biofuels
  • bioimaging
    • breakthrough
  • Bio-LED luminescence
  • biological computers
  • biological data storage
  • bioluminescent trees
  • biomarkers
    • engineered for identification using Raman technology
  • biomimetics
  • biomimicking
    • butterfly wings, waterproofing properties of
  • biomimicry
    • biomimetics
  • biomolecules
    • chemo-structural properties
  • BioNano
    • genomics
  • bionanoimaging
  • bionanoinnovations
  • bionanotechnology
    • structures and processes
  • bioorganisms
  • biopharmaceutical industry
  • biopharma project
  • bioprinting skin
  • bio-retina
  • biosensors
    • CANARY, technology
  • biovorous nanoreplicators
  • bird flu
  • birth defects
  • blood–brain barrier
  • blood-clotting protein factors
  • blueprints
    • for 3D food printer
  • Blue Waters Supercomputer
  • body's immune system
  • Brazilian-Chilean Center for Nanotechnology
  • Brazilian Nanotechnology National Laboratory
  • Brazil's approach to nanotechnology and research
  • Brazil's government and industry priorities include evaluation of safety issues
  • Brazil's investment in nanotechnology programs
  • BRCA1 gene
  • broadband video
  • bubble boy disease
  • buckminster fullerenes
  • buckyballs
  • burn victims
    • human skin cells
  • Business Communications Company (BCC)

c

  • CAD data
  • CAD software
  • cameras, of future
  • CANARY cells
  • CANARY system
  • cancer cells
  • cancer drugs
  • cancer-fighting cosmetic creams
  • cancer-fighting nanoparticles
  • cancer-fighting proteins
  • cancer-fighting therapy
  • cancer killing drugs
    • molecules
  • Cantrell, Stuart
  • capillary forces
  • capsid
  • carbon black
    • nanoparticles
  • carbon fiber
  • carbon fullerenes
  • “carbon nanosheets”
  • carbon nanostructures
  • carbon nanotechnologies
  • Carbon Nanotechnologies, Inc.
  • carbon nanotubes
    • boats
    • fibers
    • health risks
    • manufacturing facility
    • occupational exposure
    • production
  • Carbon Nanotubes Inc (CNI)
  • carbon onions
  • cardiac care
  • cardiovascular conditions
  • carpal skin
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Carpenter, Doug
  • catalysts
    • nanosizing
  • catalytic effect
  • Cavanah, Taylor
  • cell death
  • Celluci, Tom
  • cement industry
  • Center for Biological and Environmental Nanotechnology (CBEN)
  • cesium
  • chemical effects
  • chemical force microscopy (CFM)
  • chemical manufacturing costs
  • chemical sensors
  • China Nanotech International Innovation Cluster
  • chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
  • Church, George
  • circuits
    • density
  • classification, labeling and packaging (CLP)
  • clean-energy technologies
  • Clinton, Bill
  • CMOS image sensors
  • CNano Technology
  • CNT-based doors and hatches
  • coatings
  • collaboration
  • commercial business projects
  • commercialization
    • cycle
  • commercial product
  • computer
    • memory capacity
    • network
    • programs
      • to generate a single-stranded DNA sequence
    • simulations
    • technology, use of carbon nanotubes
    • using carbon nanotubes
  • concept phones
  • conductivity
  • constraints
  • consumer electronics
  • convergence
    • accidental
    • engineer
  • copper nitrate
  • copper wire
  • Cornell Nanoscale Science and Technology Facility
  • corrosion
  • cosmetics
    • creams, micronized titanium dioxide
    • test
    • used nanoparticles
  • crystallography
  • crystals
  • Cube
  • CUPID2 trial
  • curriculum resources and laboratory activities

d

  • Damascus sword
  • 3D architectures
  • DARPA
  • data explosion
  • 3D CGI effects
  • debilitating diseases
  • 4D electron microscopy
  • Dell
  • Demiguise
  • deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA)
  • destroying cells
  • Dezhou Solar Valley
  • 3D food printer
  • diagnostic markers
  • diagnostic techwear
  • diagnostic test, using biomarkers
  • dichotomies
  • diesel injector project
  • digestible nanocomputers
  • digital medicines
  • digital phone and Internet revolution
  • digital pill
  • Dini, Enrico
  • Discovery Channel
  • disease-related factors
  • 3D microgravity printing
  • DMNPE
  • DNA
    • barcodes
    • cages
    • circuit used biochemical logic gates
    • computer
    • crystals
    • hydrogels
    • images
    • microchips
    • molecules
      • Watson and Crick model
    • into nanocomputers
    • nanomachines
    • nanosensor
    • nanotechnology
      • applications
    • origami triangles
    • “rail system”
    • replication
    • sequences
    • strands
    • tests
    • tetrahedrons
    • “walker”
    • into walking nanorobots
  • 2D nanomaterials
  • “DNA origami”
  • Docetaxel
    • cancer-fighting drug
  • Dombrowski, Robert
  • donor organs
    • recycle
  • double- and multiwalled nanotubes
  • double-stranded ribonucleic acid molecule (dsRNA)
  • Doxil, cancer-fighting drugs
  • 3D photonic crystals
  • 3D printers
  • 3D printing
    • devices
    • process
  • DRACO
    • nontoxic
  • Drexler, Eric
  • Drexler, K. Eric
    • vision of molecular manufacturing
  • drug delivery
  • 3D sausages

e

  • eBay
  • Eckmann, David
  • e-Commerce
  • economic crisis
  • ecophagy
  • ecosystem
  • ecotoxicity, of nanoscale metals
  • “editor of constraints”
  • EGFR genes
  • Eigler, Don
  • electrical conductivity
  • electrical effects
  • electromagnetic waves
  • electron-beam lithography
  • electronic commerce
  • electronic devices
    • nano-enabled form factors
  • Electronics Magazine (April 1965)
  • electron images
  • electron micrographs
  • electron microscopes
  • Electro-Optics study Program
  • electrospinning
    • envelope cone analysis
    • of nanofibers
  • electrostatic/electric force microscopy (EFM)
  • embryonic stem cells
  • emission purification catalyst
  • Emshield
  • energy solutions
  • Ennis, Patrick
  • environmental safety research
  • epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR)
  • Epovex nanotube epoxy resin
  • eureka discoveries
  • European Space Agency (ESA)
  • Europe's approach to nanotechnology research and technology
  • Europe's funding of commercial nanotechnology ventures
  • exotic hemorrhagic diseases
  • Explorers

f

  • Facebook
  • fatal immune response
  • FDA-approved innovation
  • femtochemistry
  • Feynman, Richard
    • autobiography
    • improvement in electron microscopes
    • possibilities for ultra small manipulation
    • pioneering the field of quantum computing
    • Plenty of Room at the Bottom (lecture)
    • prize
  • fiberglass
    • replace wooden boats
  • filtering systems
  • fingerprint sensors
  • flame resistance
  • Flavivirus
  • floppy versions
  • fluorescence microscopy
  • fluorescence resonance energy (FRET)
  • flu vaccines
  • food packaging
  • fossil bacteria
  • FP7 framework program
  • frame marketing strategies
  • Freitas, Robert
  • fuel efficiency in diesel engines
  • Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster
  • fullerenes
  • fusion reactor

g

  • game changers
  • gecko
    • adhesion
  • Geckskin
  • gene-carrying capsids
  • gene-RADAR platform
  • gene-related diseases
    • skin
  • gene replacement
  • gene testing
  • gene therapy
    • China
    • for heart disease
    • need for
    • overinvestment
    • success measurement
    • vectors
    • works
  • genetically modified foods
  • genetic analysis
  • genetic engineering
    • using luminescent genes
  • genomic libraries
  • German nanoinnovations
  • Germany; making nanotechnology safe and sustainable
  • Germany's R&D spending
  • glass coating
  • globalization of nanotechnology
  • Glybera
  • Goel, Anita
  • Goldberg, Rube
  • gold nanoparticles
  • gold plating
  • Google
  • Google Glass
    • devices
  • Google search
  • Google's innovation engine
  • government agencies
  • government regulators
  • GPS
  • Gradient Index of Refraction (GRIN) device
  • graphene frontiers
  • graphene/graphane
  • graphene revolution
  • gray goo
  • Griffiths, Duncan
  • grow complex organs

h

  • Haber–Bosch process
  • Hart, John
  • healthcare
  • heart failure
  • heat-sensitive tumors
  • hemophilia
  • Hemophilia B
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • high-efficiency LED lighting
  • HiSeq X
  • HIV/AIDS
  • H7N9
  • H10N8
  • H5N1, bird flu
  • H7N7, bird flu
  • H1N1, swine flu
  • Holcim Awards
  • holistic innovation, safety implications
  • holistic nano
  • Holmlin, Eric
  • human ecosystem
  • Human Genome Project
  • H7 viruses
  • hydrocolloids
  • hydrophobic nanofabrics

i

  • iberoamerican network
    • for dissemination and education in nanotechnology
  • IBM
    • logo
    • scientists
      • new semiconductor circuit designs
      • scanning-tunneling microscopes
      • world's smallest movie
    • turned patents into a profit center
  • iGEM
  • image proteins
  • imaging renaissance
  • imaging systems
  • immersion programs
  • immune system
  • iMobLife
  • incumbent versus emerging technologies and applications
  • influenza strains
  • Ingber, Donald
  • inherited blindness (LCA)
  • in2nano program
  • in2nanotech mentoring program
  • innovation
    • influence factors
  • innovation ecosystem
  • innovation engine
  • innovation project
    • deal with adversaries
    • internal and external obstacles
    • obstacles
  • innovations
    • nanoscience
  • insect-sized flying drones
  • InsituTec
  • Intel
  • intelligent medicine
  • “intelligent medicine”
  • International Genetically Engineered Machine Jamboree competition (iGEM)
  • Internet
    • portals
    • searches
  • invention vs. innovation
  • invisibility cloaks
    • design
  • “invisible sphere”
  • in vivo
    • gene therapy
  • ionic silver
  • i-phone
  • Israel nanotechnology programs
  • Ivy Bridge

j

  • Japanese nanoinnovations
  • Japan Science and Technology Agency
  • junk genes
  • Juno spacecraft

k

  • KEEN stands for Knowledge and Excellence in European Nanotechnology
  • Kenya, Nanoinnovation in
  • killer application
  • Klaessig, Fred
  • Klimeck, Gerhard
  • knowledge-sharing network
  • Korea National Nanotechnology Initiative
  • Korea's nanotechnology strategy
  • Korea's National Program for Tera-Level Nanodevices
  • Kosuri, Sriram
  • Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology

l

  • lab solution translated into a commercial solution
  • Langer, Robert
  • language translation
  • Latin American Nanotechnology and Society Network (ReLANS)
  • leukemia
  • life-changing innovations
  • light-bending metamaterials
  • liposomes
  • Lipson, Michal
  • lithium ion battery
  • lithography
  • low-temperature, high-vacuum scanning tunneling microscope
  • luminescence
  • lung-on-a-chip
  • lung disease
  • Luo, Dan
  • Lux Research
  • Lux Research report
  • Lycurgus Cup
  • Lytro Light Field Camera

m

  • MacArthur Award
  • MacGyver of Silicon Valley
  • mad cow disease
  • Magic Nano
  • MagnaChip Semiconductor
  • magnesium-based material
  • magnetic force microscopy (MFM)
  • magnetic nanoparticles, drug coatings
  • magnetic polymer fibers
  • magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
  • Maloney, Kevin
  • Mankou Vérone
  • Marie Curie Fellowships
  • marketing mix
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
  • massively multiplayer online games
  • massive open online courses (MOOCs)
  • Materials Research Society
  • Maya Blue
  • Mayan blue pigment
  • measuring neutrons
  • mechanical insects
  • medical innovation
  • medical nanorobotics
  • medical recordkeeping
  • Medtronic
  • megabytes
  • MetAir batteries
  • metal
  • metal–air batteries
    • components
  • metallic nanoparticles
  • metal oxides
  • metal spherical nanocatalysts
  • metamaterials
    • printsheets of
  • Mexican nanoscience community
  • Mexican nanotechnology effort
  • mezzanine funding
  • microcomputers
  • microtechnologies
  • microelectronics revolution
  • microfabrication
  • microfluidics
  • microlenses
  • micromanaging
  • micrometer
  • micronized titanium dioxide
  • microprocessor code
  • microscopy
  • microtechnology
  • military developing invisibility cloaks
  • mimicking
  • miniaturization
    • of computing devices
  • Mirkin, Chad
  • modern nanoinnovation
  • molecular cages
  • molecularly engineered boat
  • molecular manufacturing
  • molecular medicine
  • molecular nanotechnology
  • molecular robots
  • molecular torches
  • Monolite
  • Moore, Gordon
    • prediction
  • Moore's law
  • M-pesa
  • multi-function probes
  • multipurpose Nanobiosym Technology Parks
  • muscle tissue, regenerating

n

  • nanoinnovations
    • new markets
    • new methods of production
    • new sources of supply
    • organize a business
  • nano
  • nanoanalytics
  • NanoAnalyzer system
  • nanoarchaeology
  • nanoart
    • competitions
    • historical perspective
    • holistic approach to nanoinnovation
  • NanoArt 21
  • nanobacteria
  • nanobacterium sanguineum
  • nanobama
  • nano-biochips
  • Nano/Bio Interface Center (NBIC)
  • nanobiosym
    • diagnostics
  • nanobiotechnology
  • nanobliss
    • Web site
  • nanobots
    • nanorobot
  • nano-breakthroughs
  • nanocatalysts
  • nanocatalyzing ammonia
  • nanocharacterization
  • nanochip
  • nanocircuits
  • nanocoatings
  • nano-commerce
  • NanoComp
  • nanocomposites
  • Nanocomp Technologies, Inc.
  • nanocopier
    • approach
  • nanocore
  • Nanocyl
  • nanoDEGREE database
  • nano-degree programs
  • nanodevices based on DNA
  • nanodexterity
  • nanodextrous
    • approach
    • challenge
    • organizations
    • products
  • nanoelectronics
    • circuits
  • nano-enabled electronic devices
  • nano-enabled form factors
  • nano-enabled methods
  • nano-enabled products
    • at higher prices
    • safety implications
  • nanofabrication
  • nanofabrics
  • nanofactory
  • nanofertilizers
  • nanofiber pocket
  • nanofiber production
  • nanofilters
  • nanofluidics
    • chips
  • nanoformulations
  • nano-future
  • Nanogate's Nanoplating technology
  • NanoHUB content
  • NANOhub hosts
  • nanoimaging
    • systems
  • NanoInk, Inc.
  • nanoinnovations
    • to achieve institutional and commercial benefits
    • blind spots and asymmetries in
    • categories
    • commercializing aspects
    • countries involved in
    • critical issues for
    • defined
    • ecosystems
      • framework
    • evolution
    • funding
    • industry metrics
    • to learn about
    • learning jargon
    • medical science
    • metrics of
    • milestones 1959-2013
    • modern and ancient, historical perspective
    • new products
    • organization, need to lock in
    • project
    • on radar screen
    • regulatory process
    • resources
    • from South Africa
    • stable funding
    • strategy
    • three tigers, Asia-Pacific
    • venture capital investments in
  • nanoinnovators
    • for commercial applications
    • framework for
    • toolkit
  • nano-insiders
  • nanointermediaries
  • Nano I.Q. Quiz
  • nanolithography
    • devices
  • nano-manipulator systems
  • nanomanufacturing
  • nanomaterials
    • clothing item technology
    • development by industrial organization
    • labeling issues
    • safety concerns
  • nanomedical
    • research
    • solutions
  • nanomedicine
    • business of
    • economic value of
    • funding issues for bionano R&D
    • mapping bionanotechnology
    • market
    • new therapies
    • non-drug therapies
    • product
  • nanometer
  • nanomimicry
  • nano-neologisms
  • nanooptics
  • nanoparticles
    • of carbon inhalation
    • in food product
    • hidden hazard
    • linked health incident
    • products
    • reinforced polymers
    • risks
    • safety research
      • toxicology studies on animals
    • serve as DNA strands
  • nanophotonics
  • Nanopolis Suzhou
  • Nanopool GmbH
  • nanopores
  • nanoporous membranes
  • nanoprobes
  • nano research laboratory
  • NanoRetina Inc.
  • nanoribbons
  • nanorobots
    • spinning
  • nanorust
  • nanosafety
    • incidents
  • nanoscale
    • architectures
    • business revolution
    • circuits
    • hair
    • imaging systems
    • instruments
    • manipulation
    • metal oxides
    • microscopes
      • types
    • microscopy
    • probes
      • BRIGHT
    • properties of materials
    • robot arm
    • structures
  • nanoscience
    • center
    • innovations
    • Kavli Prize
    • laboratory
    • pioneers
    • wild cards
  • nanoscope operators
  • nanoscopic Dark Ages
  • nanosensors
  • nanosheets
  • nanosight
  • nanosilver
    • particles
  • nanosize
    • catalysts
    • computer circuits
    • drugs
    • particles
    • pyramids
  • nanoskins
    • for buildings
    • edible
  • nano sounds
  • nanospheres
  • nanostructures
    • geometries
  • nano-surface chemistry
  • nanoswarms
  • Nanosys
  • nanosystems/sensors
  • nanotech
    • companies
  • nanotechnologies
    • an industry
    • commercialization
    • for consumer electronics
    • consumer products
    • countries generating nanotech papers
    • defined
    • to develop intelligent fabrics
    • divide
    • economic value of
    • elements, usage in definitions
    • emerging project
    • Feynman Prize
    • foreign language translations
    • funding
    • global investment
    • health risks
    • infrastructure
    • initiatives
    • market, National Science Foundation prediction
    • Mexico and Argentina
    • modern
    • NNI defined as
    • patents
      • companies
    • phase characterization
      • nano-breakthroughs
      • nano-commerce
      • nanocore
      • nano-future
    • phases characterization
      • nanoscience
    • product
    • programs
    • projects
    • quantum properties
    • research
      • and development
    • researchers, online networks
    • revenues
      • projections
    • revolution
    • safety
      • regulations and policies
    • Woodrow Wilson project
  • Nanotechnology Cluster in Nuevo León
  • Nanotechnology Industrialization Support Center
  • nanotech patents
  • nanotech revenues, and value chain
  • nanotech road map
  • Nano Teddy Bear
  • NanoTex
  • nanotoxicology
  • nanotubes
    • suppliers
  • nanotweezer
  • nanoventures
  • nano versus macro
  • nanovideo
  • nanowear, fashionable
  • nanowerk
  • nanowires
  • nano-Xerox copier
  • Nantero Inc.
  • NASA
    • food synthesizer
  • national agencies
    • involved with nanotechnology
  • national government laboratory
  • national innovation systems
  • national nanoinnovation ecosystem
  • National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI)
    • budget
    • concept in mid-1990s
    • expenditure to support nanoscale science
    • roles
  • National Renewable Energy Laboratory of the US Department of Energy (NREL)
  • National Science Foundation
  • National Science Foundation of Sri Lanka
  • natural environment
    • nanoparticles
  • Nature Nanotechnology Letters
  • navigators
  • NEAR (Nanotechnology Education and Research)
  • neourinary conduit
  • Neri Oxman
  • nervous system disorders
  • Netanyahu
  • New York Times
  • NNI
    • government funding
    • research budgets
  • Nokia
  • NovaMedica
  • nucleic acids, for applications
  • nutraceuticals

o

  • Obama, Barack
  • Orfescu, Cris
  • oncologists
  • opsonins – signaling proteins
  • optical computer systems
  • optical effects
  • optical tweezers
  • Opto-Phone
  • Oracle's clinical trial products
  • oral cancer
  • organizations, innovation ecosystems
  • organ replacement crisis
  • organs-on-a-chip
    • drive innovation
    • lung-on-a-chip
    • next steps
  • orphan diseases
  • Oxman, Neri

p

  • pacemakers
  • Paclitaxel, cancer drug
  • paint-on, lithium-ion battery
  • palladium
  • PANACEA broad-spectrum antivirals
  • pan-Pacific project
  • Parkinson's disease
  • partnering
    • in nanotechnology
  • patent pyramids
  • patient money
  • peel-and-stick thin-film solar cells
  • Perczel, Janos
  • Petabyte Club
  • 5 P formula
  • Phoenix-based TGen
  • phosphorus
  • photocatalytic cement
  • photochromatic and thermochromic nanofabrics
  • photocopier ink
  • photonics
    • crystal cavities
  • photons
  • Photoshop
  • photovoltaic polymers
  • pH sensor
  • physical effects
  • piezoelectric effect
  • piezoelectric nanofibers
  • pi meson (pion)
  • PIN numbers
  • Piranha boat prototype
  • pixilated video game
  • Planet Nano
  • Plasmon-based approach
  • plasmonics
  • polyacrylate ester
  • polymeric pens
  • portable electrospinning device
  • portable mobile device
  • Prahalad, C.K.
  • pregnant women
    • amniotic fluid of
  • printing nanomaterials
  • probes
    • development of
  • Procter & Gamble's product portfolio
  • productive nanosystems
  • programmable DNA “machines”
  • protein-based drugs
  • protein-making process
  • protein matrix
  • Proteus Digital Health
  • Proteus' ingestible sensor
  • Proteus' technology
  • PSMA (prostate-specific membrane antigen)
  • pyroptosis

q

  • Qualcomm tricorder XPRIZE
  • Quantum Dot Enhancement Film (QDEF)
  • quantum dots
  • quantum effects
  • QuantumSphere
  • QuantumSphere Inc. (QSI)
    • batteries
    • catalysts
    • nanocatalysts
    • portable power systems

r

  • radical innovations
  • Radical Nano
  • Raman, C.V.
  • Raman microscopy
  • Raman technology
    • applications
  • Randall, John
  • REACH (Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals)
  • Redes Nacionais de Nanotecnologia (Rede BrasilNano) program
  • regenerative medicine
    • global research in
  • RegenVox
  • ReGenX
  • ReGenX BioSciences
  • regulatory climate
  • remote-controlled drug delivery
  • renewable energy
  • replacement organs
    • grown in laboratory
  • replicator
  • repopulating cells
  • research agencies
  • research vs. commercialization
  • resource limitations
  • REU program
  • revenue stream, from a patent license
  • RFID inventory tracking
  • rhodium
  • ribosomes
  • Rider, Todd
  • RNA nanosensor
  • RNA transcription
  • robotic technologies
  • robots
  • Roco, Mihail (Mike)
    • as godfather of nanotechnology
    • honor and awards
    • patents and publication
  • Rogers, John
  • Rohrer, Heinrich
  • Rohrer Nanotechnology Center
  • Rosedale, Jeffrey
  • Rothemund, Paul
    • DNA folding technique
  • Rowling, J.K.
  • Rusnano
  • Rusnano Capital
  • Rusnano center of a scandal related to its failed ventures
  • Rusnano-Domain Associates collaboration
  • Rusnano Inform promotes information technology
  • Rusnano Metrological Center promotes imaging and instrumentation
  • Rusnano's strategy of investing in innovations
  • Rusnano survived controversies
  • Russia in nanotechnology publications
  • Russian nanotechnology products overseas
  • Russia's national nanotechnology initiative
  • Russia's strategy of investing in overseas ventures
  • rust

s

  • safe drinking water
  • safety knowledge gaps
  • safety signals
  • SanfilippoB
  • SARS virus
  • scale of life-forms
  • scanning electron microscopes
  • scanning force microscopy (SFM)
  • scanning probe microscopes
    • low-cost
  • scanning tunneling microscopes
  • scansors
  • science fiction
  • security systems
  • Seeman, Nadrian (Ned)
    • crystal formation to the use of DNA
    • demonstrated the first crude DNA nanomachine
  • self-healing concrete
  • self-proclaimed Star Trek fan
  • semiconducting properties
  • semiconductors
    • chip
    • industry
      • Moore's law
    • and related devices
  • Sensor Box
  • sensors
  • serotypes
  • Shapira, Philip
  • Shaw, Robert
  • Showa Denko
  • signal-to-noise ratios
  • silicon
  • Silicon Border Development Park
  • silicone breast implants
  • silicon oxide (SiO2)
  • Silicon Valley
  • silicon wafers
  • silver
    • ion nanoparticles
      • bacteria and aquatic species
  • Silver Nano
  • silver nanoparticles
  • SiNANOde materials
  • Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART)
  • single-crystal silicon
  • single-walled carbon nanotubes
  • SIVAC (Solution, information, value, access, and community)
    • formula
  • skin creams
  • SLINTEC
    • developed a proprietary process to produce
    • established in
    • key contributor to national economy
    • mandate
    • research
    • signed an agreement with
  • Smalley, Richard
  • small interfering RNA (siRNA)
  • smart electronics
  • smartphone
  • smart pill
  • “smoking guns” in nanotechnology
  • Smolyaninova, Vera
  • social media
  • software programs
  • solar cell
  • solar energy
  • solution, information, value, and access
  • South Africa leader in nanotechnology research
  • South Africa's national nanotech strategy
  • Spain's National Plan
  • spatulae
  • spherical nucleic acid nanoparticle conjugate
  • spintronics
  • SPM
  • Sri Lanka's National Nanotechnology Initiative
  • Sri Lanka to involve country's largest industries and companies
  • Standing Wave Actuator Technology (SWAT)
  • standing wave sensor
  • star trek-style replicators
  • State Food & Drug Administration (SDFA)
  • stereolithography
  • STM
  • strategic advantage, and revenue stream
  • strength-to-weight ratio
  • stretchable electronics
  • structural DNA nanotechnology
  • structure-property relationship
  • sunscreens
  • superhydrophobic surfaces
  • surface energy
  • swine flu
  • the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
  • Synergy Innovations, Inc.
  • synthetic DNA
    • containers
    • as nanoscale building blocks
  • synthetic nanoscale biomineralization
  • Systems and Materials Research Corporation (SMRC)

t

  • TALOS (Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit) program
  • tattoo, color changes
  • taxonomy
  • T cells
  • team, for project
  • Telesecundaria program
  • TEM
  • temperature variations
  • Tengion's neo-kidney
  • terabytes
  • Teradata
  • Texas Heart Institute
  • The German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ)
  • therapeutic categories
  • thermal conductivity
  • Thompson, Andrew
  • throat linings
  • the 4th S&T Plan, Japan
  • Tianhe-2 supercomputer
  • titanium dioxide (TiO2)
    • in food
    • nanoparticles
      • formulations of
  • Topografiner
  • total internal reflectance
  • total internal reflection fluorescence (TIRF)
  • toxic
  • toxicologists
  • transformational biochemical sensors
  • transformation optics
  • transgene
  • transistors
    • architectures
  • tree light
  • tumor-seeking nanoparticles
  • tumor-suppressing gene
  • tumor-targeting particles
  • tungsten
  • Turkey
    • nanotechnology companies in
    • as nanotechnology leader
  • TV game

u

  • ultrasensitive nanotechnology research facility
  • ultraviolet light
  • universal gene testing
  • university-based nanoscience center(s)
  • urothelial cells
  • US Navy
    • to develop this entirely new product category

v

  • vaccines
  • valence electrons
  • variable property printing
  • virion
  • viruses
  • visible light
  • voice technology
  • Von Ehr, Jim

w

  • Wal-Mart
  • Wal-Mart Stores
  • Wang, Jue
  • waterborne diseases
  • weapons systems
  • Web sites
    • academic nanoscience centers
  • Wikipedia
  • wild card innovations
  • Wilson, James
    • gene therapy strategy for pandemic flu virus
  • Winfree, Erik
  • wireless communication
  • wood
  • World of Warcraft
  • world's nanoscience centers

x

  • xenon atoms
  • x-ray diffraction

y

  • yarns
  • Yazdi, Youseph
  • Young Investigator Program
  • Young, Russell
  • youth camps and outreach programs

z

  • Zhang, Baile
  • Zhang, Xiang
  • zinc–air battery systems
  • zinc oxide
    • nanoparticle formulations of
    • teddy bear
  • Zycraft
  • Zyvex Asia Pte. Ltd.
  • Zyvex Corporation
  • Zyvex Marine
  • Zyvex Piranha
  • Zyvex technologies
    • collaborating with boat designers