Gold is valuable to many in copious quantities, but for a team of Duke University scientists, a sub-cellular amount was all that was needed to create a nanostructure which could potentially act as a tiny biological sensor. One which could penetrate individual cells and report back on a cell’s inner workings in real time.
Thanks to nanotechnology the way wars are fought is destined to change forever. Competing countries are feverishly working to see who can solidy the first piece of cutting edge 21st Century technology to give them the winning edge in the arena of war. British scientists believe they have the ingredients to create an “invisible” ship by using materials that would bend light and render the object undetectable to the human eye. And I thought suicide bombers were the extent of our problems! To get the rest of this bizarre story CLICK HERE
Nokia, the world leader in cell phone technology is ahead of the curve again with their newest concept phone, the Morph. This device, powered off of nano technology will enable the user to bend the phone and twist it into various shapes. The color scheme gives a nod to “all things green” tapping into a shifting global consciousness that is rapidly embracing a eco-revolution. The innovative technology is currently on display at the Museum of Modern Art.