Articles

Public perceptions of nanotechnology: what can we infer from early studies?

Fabienne Crettaz von Roten (, Switzerland)
Abstract View : 8    
215–224

Commercializing nanotechnology innovations from university spin-out companies

Sarah Lubik (, United Kingdom)
Elizabeth Garnsey (, United Kingdom)
Abstract View : 9    
225–238

Ni-rich nanoclusters in CdSb: influence on magnetic and transport properties and perspectives for spintronics

E. Lähderanta (, Finland)
R. Laiho (, Finland)
A.V. Lashkul (, Finland)
K.G. Lisunov (, Finland)
I. Ojala (, Finland)
V. Zakhvalinskii (, Finland)
Abstract View : 11    
249–255

Obtaining p-type ZnO films by the RBQE method

T.V. Butkhuzi (, Georgia)
T.G. Khulordava (, Georgia)
M.M. Sharvashidze (, Georgia)
N.G. Bukhsianidze (, Georgia)
N.G. Gaphishvili (, Georgia)
L.T. Trapaidze (, Georgia)
E.E. Kekelidze (, Georgia)
R.G. Melkadze (, Georgia)
Abstract View : 8    
257–264

Interferometry and scanning microscopy in asperity measurement of biomedical surfaces

M. Wieczorowski (, Poland)
A.G. Mamalis (, Greece)
M. Rucki (, Poland)
S.N. Lavrynenko (, Ukraine)
Abstract View : 12    
265–288

Quantum computation with photons

Alberto Politi (, United Kingdom)
Jeremy L. O’Brien (, United Kingdom)
Abstract View : 20    
289–294

Concepts in nanomechanics

Michael C.L. Ward (School of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham, United Kingdom)
Abstract View : 5    
239-246