Nanotechnology blogs and sites

Here are some good nanotechnology blogs and websites out there in the internet. These will definitely help to keep yourselves up to date with the newest trends in nanotechnology research and industry.


www.nanowerk.com: Nanowerk.com is a great nanotechnology blog that’s well known for rich and up to date content. The website touches almost all the aspects of nanotechnology and nanosciences and can help you to educate, get informed and inspire about developing nanosciences. One other great feature about nanowerk is that it has a nanotechnology database will help you find a nanomaterial supplier or a company easily.

http://www.azonano.com : AZoNano.com is a great website that’s similar to in content to Nanowerk.com. Website is rich with content and covers many aspects of the field. Although there are some articles for nanotechnology beginner, the content is more oriented towards nanotechnology community like researchers and people who are in the nanotechnology business. Blog posts are usually rich in content and nicely presented.

http://sustainable-nano.com : It’s a great website and blog run and maintained by group of scientists who are connected to an institute in the name of Center for sustainable Nanotechnology. The institute is funded by National Science Foundation of USA and their intention is to promote sustainable, societally beneficial nanotechnologies. The blog is frequently updated and has good content on topics that are mostly in line with the interest of the institute.

http://nanoall.blogspot.com : This blog has good content and lot of posts especially for people who are looking for basic applications and information about nanotechnology related topics. However, if you want more specific information or want to be super updated on nanotechnology discoveries that happen all over the world this may not be the blog you are looking for.

http://www.nano-blog.com : This blog can certainly do lot of work on its presentation. But it’s a good blog in terms of the content and present an opinion about most of the nanotechnology related areas. However, this may not be your everyday tech beeper as this blog mostly touches on areas such as nano safety, nanotechnology trends, social developments related nano, nano ethics, etc.

http://www.nanotech-now.com: This website and blog covers new developments in topics such as nanotechnology, Molecular nanotechnology, Microelectromechanical systems, Nanoelectromechanical systems, Nanomedicine, nanofabrication etc. The blog is designed to approach broad range of audience from ordinary consumer to academic.

http://medicalnanotec.com: This blog mainly focuses on novel developments in Nanomedicine and frequently covers topics such as nanotechnology in cancer treatments, drug delivery, medical imaging and safety issues concerning implementation of nanomedicine.

http://spectrum.ieee.org/blog/nanoclast : Nanoclast is the IEEE Spectrum’s nanotechnology blog. This blog features news and items related to research, developments and applications of future science and technology worked at the nanoscale. The content is also good and well presented for the ordinary nanotechnology enthusiast.

http://www.futuretimeline.net/blog/nanotechnology-blog.htm : futuretimeline.net covers wide range of science, technology and future related subjects. The posts are updated frequently and contains latest news, developments and breakthroughs. The posts are usually presented nicely with rich details. One great feature about this blog is that they keep a close eye on nanotechnology patents that are usTually patented by big companies like Google and apple.

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