Welcome to the Nano home page

The purpose of this site is to provide
  • A forum for people to collaborate on nanoscience and nanotechnology
  • Links to nano education related material
  • Links to relevant technical journals and papers
  • Review of nano products

I like to build things and will attempt to provide information related to building or interfacing to nanodevices primarily, and have expanded my blogs to cover additional topics:
  • NanoBlog covers all things nano.
  • Electronics covers electronics circuits, components, simulators, devices, prototyping, and evaluation boards.
  • Entrepreneurship & Innovation covers entrepreneurship, innovation, creativity, and tools or ideas that help create and build a business.
  • Computer Networks covers computers, networks, peripherals, and tools to support a business and develop nanotechnology systems.
  • Software/Firmware covers firmware and software that can be used to support the operation of nanodevices or system with nanodevices.
  • Interest of the Day covers astronomy, physics, science, aviation, movies, animations, and other miscellaneous topics.
  • The 4-brane Project covers life long learning tools and courses.
  • Models and Analysis covers modeling and analysis of functions and data using Mathematica plus the Raspberry Pi computer running Linux and Mathematica.
  • My YouTube Channel for my graphene FET layout tutorial using LayoutEditor.
In addition to these blogs, there are a number of wiki pages that contain links to useful information. One of my most used is the Sellected Nano RSS Feeds. This wiki shows the RSS feeds of 15 nanotechnology based publications in one glance.

This site offers users the ability to
  • Interact by built collective knowledge via wiki pages
  • Blogs
  • Articles
  • Newsletters
  • Discuss through forums
  • Monitor nano events on the nano calendar
  • Monitor changes to the sit via the TikiCalendar and user selectable watchers

This site is a work and progress and as yet has not invoked advertising tool but this may change in time. Lastly, I recommend that you visit the Instructions page to learn how to manage and use this profile