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Hybrid cars are at the intersection of nanotechnology and battery technology research

June 1, 2007


Nanotechnology isn’t a technology in and of itself so much as it’s an enabling technology. What this means is that the science and technology of the very, very small (aka nanotechnology) enables radical changes across a massive number of other technologies and fields. For example, nano-scale particles of gold can be combined with a chemical […]

Primaries in Democraticville and Republicantown

June 1, 2007


E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post has a commentary today about how, if you look at the debates and the polls of what matters to Democrats and Republicans, we’re living in two different countries. Think of the implications: The Democratic mind is focused on serious domestic problems, the Republican mind on terrorism and national security. […]