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Diamond mechanosynthesis project site launched

The highly prolific Robert Freitas and colleagues have gathered their work on diamond mechanosynthesis onto one website titled the Nanofactory Collaboration. Enjoy!

Includes an introduction to the topic, participant list, publications list, and a description of the technical challenges.

Most impressive to me is the publications list. How does he do it? Does he not sleep? —Christine

[Update: the publications list was having technical difficulties there for a while. If it doesn't load properly for you, re-load the page (refresh). —CP]

5 Responses to “Diamond mechanosynthesis project site launched”

  1. News : Diamond mechanosynthesis project site launched Says:

    [...] Diamond mechanosynthesis project site launched The highly prolific Robert Freitas and colleagues have gathered their work on diamond mechanosynthesis onto one website titled the Nanofactory Collaboration. Enjoy! Includes an introduction to the topic, participant list, publications list, and a description of the technical challenges. Most impressive to me is the publications list. How does he do it? Does he…Read More Published Tuesday, July 25, 2006 6:33 PM by Nanodot: Nanotechnology News and Discussion [...]

  2. Andrey V Khavryuchenko Says:

    The publications list link returns nothing for me.

  3. Eloy Says:

    Hi Christine,

    I am impressive with your work, the comment about the publication list ¿was a joke?

    Thanks for sharing

  4. Christine Peterson Says:

    The page showing the publications list is having some kind of problem. I will let Rob Freitas know, so he can fix it.

  5. Christine Peterson Says:

    The publications list seems to be working now, but if the page looks wrong to you, try re-loading it (refresh the page). –CP

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