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IN THE NEWS…

  1. Featured in the US Army Nanoscience Poster. Self assembly of nanostructures featured as one of four significant advancements in nanoscience made in the year 1997.
  2. Business Week, Dec. 18, 2000. Featuring quantum dot self assembly.
  3. Lincoln Journal and Star, Nov. 17, 2000. Featuring self assembly
  4. Channel 8 (CBS), Lincoln, Nebraska, Nov. 28, 2000. Coulomb crystallization
  5. Bangkok Post, Thailand, Nov. 30, 2000. Quantum dot self assembly
  6. John Wiley's Microtechnology Alert, December 2000. Self assembly of regimented nanostructures.
  7. EE Times, November 28, 2000. "Researchers improve quantum dot construction", by R. Colin Johnson
  8. Frost and Sullivan Technology Alert, December 2000, Quantum dot synthesis.
  9. HPC-Wire. "The Past Month in High Performance Computing", by Steven Witucki, Assistant Editor. http://www.hpcwire.com/hpcbin/artread.pl?direction=Previous\&articlenumber=1897
  10. You. "Researchers improve quantum dot construction". http://www.you.com.au/news/15.html
  11. The Register (UK). December 5, 2000. "Alert! Quantum computer on Horizon". By Lucy Sheriff. http://www.theregister.co.uk/2000/12/05/alert\_quantum\_computer\_on\_horizon.
  12. Laboratorynetwork.com. "Self assembly route to quantum dots said to be simpler, cheaper than others". http://www.laboratorynetwork.com/content/news/article.asp
  13. The Telegraph, Calcutta, India. Newspaper. Monday, September 18, 2006. Quote from Supriyo Bandyopadhyay.
  14. T. G Daily (Cincinnati). Spintronics.http://www.tgdaily.com/2007/03/22/spintronics/clues/
  15. Bulletin of the French Mission in the US. Spintronics. http://www.bulletins-electroniques.com/actualites/41980.htm
  16. IT News (Australia). Spintronics. http://www.itnews.com.au/newsstory.aspx?CIaNID=48157
  17. scitizen.com. Spintronics.
  18. lockergnome.com. Advancing how computers and electronics work. http://www.lockergnome.com/nexus/news/2007/03/19/advancing-how-computers-and-electronics-work
  19. sciencedaily.com. "Spintronics: making computers smaller and faster". http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/03/070319174553.htm
  20. CIO Tech Informer. "Spintronics research may lead to faster computers" http://www.cio.com/blog\_view.html?CID=32596
  21.  Physorg.com. "Researchers study electron spin relaxation in organic nanostructures" http://www.physorg.com/news93540309.html
  22. Southwest Nebraska (newspaper). March 24, 2007. "Researchers work toward enhancing the smallest electronic component"
  23. spacemart.com. http://www.spacemart.com/reports/Advancing\_How\_Computers\_And\_Electronics\_Work
  24. nanowerk.com. "Spintronics enhances the smallest electronic components". http://www.nanowerk.com/news/newsid=1642.php
  25. brightsurf.com. http://www.brightsurf.com/news/headlines/29447/Advancing\_How\_Computers\_And\_Electronics\_Work
  26. keralanext.com. http://www.keralanext.com/news/?id=989841
  27. technologynewsdaily.com. "Spintronics Technology". http://www.technologynewsdaily.com/node/6420
  28. innnovationsreport.de. Spintronics.
  29. nanotechblog.org. "Spintronics to revolutionize the world of computing".
  30. Materials Today, May 2007. Vol. 10. "Use organics for longer lasting spins", by Jonathan Wood.
  31. vnunet.com. "Spintronics promises smaller, faster, smarter PCs'', by Robert Jacques. http://www.vnunet.com/vnunet/news/2185932/spintronics-promises-smaller-faster-smarter-PCs.
  32. "Researchers harness spin of electrons with spintronics technology". http://www.nforceshq.com/modules.php?Name=news\&file=article\&sid=7660.
  33. Computerworld. "Researchers spin out smaller electronics than ever before", by Liz Tay. http://www.computerworld.com.au/index.php?id=862786408.
  34. Inquirer. "Boffins harness the power of spinning electronics", by Nick Farrell. Monday 26 March, 2007.
  35. Nanotechwire. "Researchers work toward enhancing the smallest electronic components". http://nanotechwire.com/news.asp?nid=4467
  36. Physorg. "Researchers study electron spin relaxation in organic nanostructures". http://www.physorg.com/printnews.php?newsid=93540309
  37. The Nanotechnology Group. "Researchers study electron spin relaxation in organic nanostructures". http://www.thenanotechnologygroup.org/index.cfm?content=88\&PressID=2238
  38. CIO Technology. "Spintronics research may lead to faster computers". http://www.cio.com/article/32596/Spintronics\_Research\_May\_Lead\_To\_Faster\_Computers/1
  39. Softpedia. "Spintronics: The Way to Smaller and Faster Computers. New Anti Spin Relaxation Technology Discovered", by Lucien Dorneanu, Science Editor. http://news.softpedia.com/news/Spintronics-the-Way-to-Faster-and-Smaller-Computers-50402.shtml.
  40. The Helper.Net. "Scientists figure out how to use an electron's spin to hold data". http://www.thehelper.net/forums/showthread.php?t=53782
  41. IOP: Physicsworld.com. "Strain and spin could drive ultralow energy computers", http://physicsworld.com/cws/article/news/44910.
  42. Industry News: http://www.buildings.com/News/IndustryNews/tabid/3290/ArticleID/12736/Default.aspx
  43. Hybrid Strainonics and Spintronics: http://nextbigfuture.com/2011/08/hybrid-spintronics-and-straintronics.html.
  44. Kurzweilai: http://www.kurzweilai.net/hybrid-spintronics-and-straintronics-enable-ultra-low-energy-computing-and-signal-processing.
  45. Physorg: "Non-volatile memory improves energy efficiency by two orders of magnitude" http://phys.org/news/2014-09-non-volatile-memory-energy-efficiency-magnitude.html.

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