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by: Cientifica,
type: Articles
in: 01 Nanotechnology

Single molecules have interesting and potentially useful electronic properties, and many researchers are pursuing a unique strategy to turn molecular systems into working circuits.more....

by: Nadia Fadil,
type: Articles
in: 15 the future of Culture & Religion

Research on Muslim communities in Europe has recently shifted focus from labor and social policy concerns to issues of 'religion' and 'culture'. In particular, there has been a growing interest in the possible emergence of a specifically 'European Islam'. Through examining the religious attitudes and practices of Muslim girls in Belgium, the author investigates the viability of a 'European Islam' and in so doing poses questions about the nature of secularisation, free will and individualisation of religious practice and belief. more....

by: EUMC,
type: Articles
in: Cross-Cultural Competence

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by: Cientifica,
type: Articles
in: 01 Nanotechnology

The term nanocapsule is any nanoparticle that consists of a shell and a 'space', in which desired substances may be placed.more....

by: Cientifica,
type: Articles
in: 01 Nanotechnology

The white paper describes some of the recent research developments in fabricating nanodevices.more....

by: Cientifica,
type: Articles
in: 01 Nanotechnology

One of the most well-developed nanotechnologies, the broad variety of nanoparticles is already seeing wide use and promising more.more....

by: Cientifica,
type: Articles
in: 01 Nanotechnology

Recent improvements in our ability to see and manipulate on the nanoscale are transforming our use of these materials from the merely opportunistic to directed design.more....

by: Cientifica,
type: Articles
in: 01 Nanotechnology

Soft lithography is a collection of techniques based around micro or nanostructured forms used as molds. Nanoprinting serves as a more useful general term when feature sizes are nanoscale.more....

by: Fred Tepper, President, Argonide Corpration,
type: Articles
in: 01 Nanotechnology

The first of third-party certified NanoCeram filters will become commercially available early in 2005.more....

by: Cientifica,
type: Articles
in: 01 Nanotechnology

Nanotubes could have a significant impact on many different multi-billion-dollar industries, and in some cases have no peers. This report explains the different types of nanotubes (including non-carbon varieties) and their varying properties, production levels and costs, production methods for different types of carbon nanotube including pros and cons, coverage of all the latest research breakthroughs in production and application of nanotubes, including the implications, and discussion of opportunities for each type of nanotube, covering timescales and competitive technologies.more....


type: Upcoming events
in: start

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by: Franz Tessun,
type: Articles
in: 00 The Future

The enterprise relevant scenarios are the basis for a FSC-supported [Future Scorecard] business management. Starting point is the vision what the enterprise should have reached in three, five or ten years and what is its position in the market compared with the competitors. more....

by: Cientifica,
type: Articles
in: 01 Nanotechnology

The white paper describes some of the recent research developments in fabricating nanodevices.more....

by: Institute for the Future,
type: Articles
in: 09 the future of Media & Entertainment

This report focuses on four new entertainment media: Web logging (blogging), digital music, massively multiplayer online games, and alternate reality games.
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type: General Information
in: journal

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by: Chris Thomson,
type: Articles
in: 34 Consciousness

I believe that lack of consciousness and intelligence is at the root of most, if not many, of our problems, be they personal, organisational, national or global. If this really is the deeper cause, then becoming more conscious and more intelligent must surely be the deeper solution. That has to start somewhere. It will have small beginnings. It will take time to become well known. But when it does, I think it will be unstoppable. I am convinced there will come a time, perhaps not too far in the future, when working on our consciousness and intelligence will be a normal part of our lives, and of our education, and that this will be reflected in our lifestyle, our culture, in everything we say and do. You might think this unlikely, but, ultimately, we will have nowhere else to go. All other "solutions" will be found wanting.more....

by: Milverton Wallace,
type: Articles
in: 09 the future of Media & Entertainment

Milverton Wallace's contribution to the process of re-thinking the concept and practice of literacy for the digital age and the iPod/Google generation.more....

by: OECD,
type: Articles
in: 38 Tourism

Climate change presents great challenges to society by raising the risk of negative impacts on human society, the economy, and the Earth. The IPCC today released the Summary for Policy Makers of its Working Group II Report on Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. The OECD welcomes this important study, which underscores the need for strengthened policy to limit the impacts of climate change.more....

by: Evalueserve,
type: Articles
in: 48 India

Evalueserve believes that there is a huge opportunity for international technical universities and research institutes to assist India in meeting the demand for trained R&D professionals. Evalueserve also provides an overview of some possible business models that international universities could consider for establishing their presence in India.more....

by: Alok Aggarwal, Hedda Pahlson-Moller, Evalueserve,
type: Articles
in: 23 Intellectual Property

A recent study by Evalueserve highlights the fact that there will be a huge shortfall in the number of European patent lawyers in the next five years, hampering innovation and pushing up costs for European companies. At present, 8,000 lawyers and agents are registered with the EPO, which processes around 160,000 patents per year. The Evalueserve study predicts a 30 percent upsurge in the number of patents filed per year by 2010. An additional 2,000 registered lawyers and agents will be required to cope with this rise, or costs will go up exponentially. more....

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