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Subject: Free Access to Selected ACS Nano Presentations from American
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Free Access to Selected ACS Nano Presentations from American Chemical  


National Meeting in March 2009

The theme for the just-concluded Salt Lake City national meeting was  
Nanoscience: Challenges for the Future. Many of the world's foremost  
nano experts gave talks, and permitted the American Chemical Society  
to record and post these presentations on

In all, over 30 nano presentations (audio and slides) can be found by  

visiting (click on 'Nanoscience' box in right margin).

Among others, you'll find the following presentations:

	=95 Raymond Astumian, Generalized Fluctuation-Dissipation 
Relations for  
Brownian Sieves and Molecular Machines
	=95 Ashleigh Baber, Thermal and Mechanical Activation of Single- 

Molecule Thioether Rotors
	=95 Angela Belcher, =46rom Nature and Back Again: Giving New 
Life to  
Materials for Energy
	=95 Roman Boulatov, Maximum Force Obtainable from a Molecular  

	=95 Vicki Colvin, Nanotechnology in the Environment: Safety by 
	=95 Miguel Garcia-Garibay, Crystalline Arrays of Molecular 
Toward the Limit of Barrierless Rotation in Solid State Materials
	=95 Mark Haidekker, Molecular Rotors: TICT Fluorophores with  
Mechanosensitive Properties
	=95 James Hutchison, Greener Nanoscience: A Proactive Approach 
Advancing Applications and Reducing Implications of Nanotechnology
	=95 Heather Kalish, Microchip Analysis of Neuronal Secretions by 
Immunoaffinity Capillary Electrophoresis
	=95 Anatoly Kolomeisky, Thermally-Driven Nanocars and Molecular 
What Can We Learn from Molecular Dynamics Simulations
	=95 Josef Michl, Toward Designed Surface Ferroelectricity
	=95 John Rogers, Techniques for Molecular Scale and 3-D 
	=95 Mehmet Sarikaya, Biohesion: Coupling Synthetic and 
Entities Using Genetically Engineered Peptides
	=95 George Whitesides, Nanotechnology in Adolescence
To see and hear these presentations, visit Please take  
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content like this available on-line. The survey can be found on the  
pages hosting the presentations.

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