Stuff at the End  (continued)

Links to Related Sites

  1. BulletThe premier nanotechnology web site. See specifically Carbon based nanostructures: diamond clusters structured with nanotubes

  1. BulletThe Nanotube Site Michigan State University - Physics and Astronomy Department. One of the more comprehensive Nanotube link sites.

  1. BulletScientific American  Nanotechnology articles

  1. BulletFundamental Problems in Nanotechnology David Tománek (Tokyo Institute of Technology) Lecture Outline for 1 November 2000. This gives a glimpse into the amount of thought going into Nanotubes and Nanotechnology (and lots more has been done since then)

  1. BulletWelcome to Nano Letters The editor, Paul Alivisatos, comments: " appears within reach to design a macroscopic functional material by controlling the composition of matter on every length scale from the atom up." Jan 26th, 2001 (I did not read this until after publishing this site)

  1. BulletSIAI. Not related at all, at least not directly. But an important group that are working towards technologies that will make Buckymesh look weak by comparison (figuratively speaking).

  1. BulletNanorex A company producing nanoENGINEER-1, software that radically improves the ability to design and simulate molecular structures. See especially the gallery for an example of what it can do.

  1. Focusing on the architectural implications of nanotechnology. See especially The Space Elevator is Out of Order which indicates that maybe even nanotubes by themselves won't be enough to make a space elevator. Perhaps Buckymesh (then called nanoDiamond) will.

  1. Bullet10 Futuristic Materials From Accelerating Future, Michael Anissimov explores 10 other materials that are changing our world. He calls Buckymesh “the most fascinating theoretical material ever.”

  1. BulletGiant-Stroke, Superelastic Carbon Nanotube Aerogel Muscles - just amazing

  1. BulletColumbia Engineers Prove Graphene is the Strongest Material - 200 times the strength of steel - “It would take an elephant, balanced on a pencil, to break through a sheet of graphene the thickness of Saran Wrap.”