December 2011

Darwin portraits on sale, ₤10 — exactly

December 26, 2011

The ₤10 note honors one of Britain’s historic scientists: There’s a different view of science here, and not just at Oxford. For more posts with a Darwin theme, see: Great Science, Great Scientists, and Icons For Darwin Day: On the Origin of Genetic Information For Darwin’s sake, reject “Darwin-ism” And for a view on learning […]

Read the full article →

Video of my talk
at the Moscow Polytechnical Museum

December 23, 2011

A video of my talk at the Moscow Polytechnical Museum is now on YouTube. I gave this talk on advanced nanotechnology prospects to an audience drawn from local technical universities during my recent Moscow visit.

Read the full article →

Moscow Report (II):
Russians embrace a radical vision
of nanotechnology

December 21, 2011

(This is followup to my brief post from Moscow.) Because I’m primarily known for the concept of an advanced, atomically precise nanotechnology, the enthusiastic welcome I received in Moscow at Rusnanotech 2011 indicates how the idea is received in Russia. With that in mind, here are some markers of Russian interest in the concept: Dmitry […]

Read the full article →

Video of my Oxford nanotechnology lecture

December 7, 2011

I recently gave the Inaugural Lecture for the Programme on the Impacts of Future Technology at the Oxford Martin School, and the lecture video is now available.* The talk describes the application of physical law and exploratory engineering to studies of the future potential of nanotechnology. Summary here: News & Research Highlights. * With thanks […]

Read the full article →