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1. description - this video presents a vision for the future of architecture by John M. Johansen (1) 1. description of entry: anti-graffiti coating being contemplated in San Francisco's public areas (1) 1. description of entry: news article discusses potential future of nanotechnologically augmented foods (1)
1. description: advertisement for {NAS} conference on nanotechnology in cement & concrete (1) 1. description: anti-fog coating (1) 1. description: article about architectural applications of nanotechnology (1)
1. description: article covers discussions held at a workshop on how to manage the disposal of products that contain nanotechnologies (1) 1. description: article covers the use of nanotechnology to transfer heat into power (1) 1. description: article describes the conversations that occurred during a forum (1)
1. description: article discusses 2 ways in which nanotechnology can be used to curb air pollution (1) 1. description: article discusses issues surrounding Berkeley's regulations on manufactured nanomaterials (1) 1. description: article discusses potential applications of nanotechnology in pavement engineering (1)
1. description: article discusses potential benefits & risks of nanotechnology (1) 1. description: article discusses potential environmental risks and benefits of emerging nanotechnologies and current state and federal regulations (1) 1. description: article discusses potential implications of nanosilver leaching into wastewater system (1)
1. description: article discusses potential uses of a photoconducting nanostructure - essentially a cable that creates a small charge as electrons pass through it (1) 1. description: article discusses potential uses of nanotechnologies to cut down carbon emissions (1) 1. description: article discusses use of nano-particulate titanium dioxide {(TiO2)} photocatalysis to improve air quality - specifically degrading formaldehyde (1)
1. description: article discusses use of nanotechnology to enhance foods in a viariety of ways - such as augmenting the proteins found in emulsions. (1) 1. description: article discusses use of nanotechnology to meet increasing agricultural demands in the future (1) 1. description: article discusses use of nanotechnology to monitor status of bridge materials & smart bridges. also discusses barriers to implementing new technologies (1)
1. description: article discusses use of superfund laws to clean up nano waste (1) 1. description: article discusses use of {MEMS} (microelectromechanical systems) to monitor moisture & temperature in concrete (1) 1. description: article goves overview of the kinds of potential beneifts society may reap from nanotechnology (1)
1. description: article speculates the success of a technology upstart that created a new kind of battery to be used in hybrid vehicles (1) 1. description: blog about how nanotechnology can change the face of architectural practice (1) 1. description: blog entry about author's aprticipation in a forum on nanotechnology and occupational health and safety. cites lack of knowledge about safety for nano workers (1)
1. description: blog entry about safety debates around nanotechnologies (1) 1. description: blog entry about the release of a report by the United Kingdom's Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution titled { (1) 1. description: blog entry about {nanoSTUDIO (1)
1. description: blog post referencing another post on personal rapid transit - or {PRT (1) 1. description: book about nano applications specifically geared towards designers and architects (1) 1. description: bried overview of {OECD} workshop examining potential environmental benefits & harms to the environment (1)
1. description: California government website outlining their position nanotechnology and toxic substances control (1) 1. description: coating or paper that can be used for structural strength (1) 1. Description: Coating that converts visible light into disinfecting ultraviolet light (1)
1. description: coating to make fabric hydrophobic (specifically wool fabric) (1) 1. description: commentary discusses nanotechnologies for water filtration and appropriate technology transfer (1) 1. description: concrete nanotechnologies (1)
1. description: images demonstrating vision of nano materials for the home (1) 1. description: Inorganic nano-composites (1) 1. description: law review article covers current regulation of nanotechnology (1)
1. description: law review article covers the governance of nanotechnology (1) 1. description: news article covers the use of a nanotechnology that reduces waste odor from pigs (1) 1. description: newspaper article discusses Environemtnal Protection Agency's intent to issue new regulations by the end of the year (1)
1. description: newspaper article discusses the work of researchers to capture nanowaste from sewage (1) 1. description: newspaper article hihglights recent call for more research to be conducted on nanoparticles currently used in sunscreen (1) 1. Description: Newspaper article that highlights a professor's claim that his research is being supressed by the Shinshu University becuase his research demosntrated that carbon nanotubes are linked to cancer (1)
1. description: overview article discusses potential nanotechnology applications for architecture (1) 1. description: overview of environmetal impacts from nano-silver (1) 1. description: potential patenting issues of nanotechnologies & regulatory issues (1)
1. description: press release for fan that uses nanotechnology to purify indoor air (1) 1. description: reducing the particle size of iron can improve their bioavailability (1) 1. description: researchers from the University of Washington use nanotechnology to capture energy produced by a tree (1)
1. description: roadmap segment by the National Nanotechnology Initiative discussing fuel savings through the use of lightweight materials using nanotechnologies (1) 1. description: scholarly article gives overview of the use of nanomaterials in water purification (1) 1. description: scientists at Rutgers University working on cheap solar cells using plastic (1)
1. description: This article covers the early issues surrounding the City of Berkeley's decision to implement regulation on nanotechnology (1) 1. description: This article covers the events surrounding the hospitalization of six German consumers that used an aerosol advertised as being a nano product. (1) 1. description: this article discusess legal issues associated with using the term 'nano'. At the time of this article (1)
1. description: This article discusses recent breakthroughs in piezoelectrical devices (1) 1. description: this article discusses some of the potential implications that will be felt in architectural practice and construction as nanotechnologies continue to develop. (1) 1. description: this article discusses the lack of injuries reltated to nanotechnology. (1)
1. description: This article explains some of the details of Berkeley's regulations on nanotechnology (1) 1. description: this biweekly column gives some overview to the kinds of nanotechnologies present in construction and architecture (1) 1. description: university researchers share their research results on a self-sensing carbon nanotube/cement composite that can be used to monitor traffic flow (1)
1. description: use of carbon nanotubes can potentially keep concrete from forming potholes and cracks (1) 1. description: use of titatnium dioxide nanoparticle coating to shed dirt (1) 1. description: using nanotechnology can potentially reduce textile waste through tighter measurements (1)
1. description: World Changing write discusses potential benefits of nanotechnology (1) 1. description: {RFID} tags serve as barcodes (1) 1. Desription: Newspaper article highlight the current lack of regulation of nanoparticles in cosmetics (1)
1.description: newspaper article covers the work of a new program that is using nanotechnology to create more representative models of the way certain reactions occur at the earth's surface (1) 2. how built: (9) 2. how built: biomimetic (1)
2. how built: bottom up (4) 2. how built: bottom up - alternating layers of silica and a polymer called polyallylamine hydrochloride (1) 2. how built: bottom up: build nanocrystals & nanorods cotaed with ligands (1)
2. how built: bottom up: printed nanotube transistors (1) 2. how built: {N/A (3) 3. Benefit: (2)
3. benefit: can be used to monitor traffic (1) 3. Benefit: can deflect graffiti (1) 3. benefit: can fight against iron deficiency (1)
3. benefit: Can potentially alert proper authorities as to status of materials - essentially the safety of a bridge (1) 3. benefit: Can potentially be used for energy technologies. (1) 3. benefit: can potentially be used to (1)
3. benefit: can potentially be used to monitor small cracks & fissures in concrete - potentially avoiding problematic structural damage to bridges & buildings (1) 3. benefit: can potentially extend the life of concrete - saving money & reducing cost to environment (1) 3. benefit: can prevent fogging (1)
3. benefit: can save on fuel costs & fuel consumption (1) 3. benefit: coating helps materials shed dirt (1) 3. Benefit: disinfectant (1)
3. Benefit: low fat foods can taste as good as full fat foods (1) 3. benefit: new kind of lithium-ion battery has more power (1) 3. benefit: potentially can be used for energy technologies (1)
3. Benefit: potentially capture nanowaste from other waste streams (1) 3. benefit: potentially reduce fuel use by reducing weight but maintainign strength of materials used for transportation. Also potential applications for architecture (1) 3. Benefit: Potentially reduce pollution (1)
3. Benefit: sunscreens with nanoparticle additives (1) 3. benefit: {RFID} tags are scanned automatically while goods are still in shoping basket (1) 3. how built: this research is paving the way for longer-lasting (1)
4. risk: (9) 4. Risk: Carbon nanotubes linked to cancer (1) 4. Risk: If nanoparticles can penetrate the (1)
4. Risk: if people are not educated about nanotechnology now (1) 4. risk: potentially harmful - more research needed (1) 4. risk: this article cites the commission's report which states that the speed of development in nanotechnology can not be properly monitered by appropriate regulatory entities. (1)
4. risk: uncertain (1) 5. development stage: in use (7) 5. development stage: near-future / in use (1)
5. development stage: near-future {R&D (4) 5. development stage: vision (2) 5. development stage: {N/A (3)
5. development stage: {R&D (14) 6. city use: agriculture (1) 6. city use: architecture (4)
6. city use: buildings (1) 6. city use: buildings - housing (1) 6. city use: car batteries (1)
6. City use: cosmetics (2) 6. city use: glass & other transparent materials (1) 6. city use: regulation (2)
6. city use: transportation (3) 6. city use: water treatment (2) 7. sustainability: (13)
7. sustainability: {N/A (1) 8. description of entry: advertisement for a conference (1) 8. description of entry: article (9)
8. description of entry: article with image (1) 8. description of entry: article with images (1) 8. description of entry: article with photo (1)
8. description of entry: article with video demonstrations (1) 8. description of entry: blog / column entry (1) 8. description of entry: blog entry (7)
8. description of entry: blog entry with images of personal rapid transit vehicles (1) 8. description of entry: blog entry with photo of Richard Meier's Jubilee Church (1) 8. description of entry: blog entry with text & photo of researchers near a tree (1)
8. description of entry: blog entry with text & stock image of nano strucutres (1) 8. description of entry: blog of nanotechnologies for architecture & design (1) 8. description of entry: design website (1)
8. description of entry: industry news article (1) 8. description of entry: law review article (1) 8. description of entry: magazine article (2)
8. description of entry: magazine article with images (1) 8. description of entry: magazine article with text & image of person affiliated with project (1) 8. description of entry: magazine article with text & image of printed nanobarcodes (1)
8. description of entry: magazine article with text & nano scale image (1) 8. description of entry: magazine editorial with image (1) 8. description of entry: news article (2)
8. description of entry: newspaper article (5) 8. description of entry: on-line magazine article (1) 8. description of entry: overview article (2)
8. description of entry: press release (1) 8. description of entry: press release from Rutgers University with photographs of invention (1) 8. description of entry: press release with photographs (1)
8. description of entry: scholalry article (10) 8. description of entry: scholarly journal article (2) 8. description of entry: section for roadmap (1)
8. description of entry: state government website with video and pictures (1) 8. description of entry: this webpage gives a description of a book published by Springer. The book itself is about nanotechnology & nano applications specifically geared towards architects & designers (1) 8. description of entry: university newspaper article (1)
8. description of entry: video of lecture given by John Johansen with clips of visions for the future of architecture (1) 8. description of entry: web article (1) 8. magazine article (1)
8. on-line magazine article (1) 9. nano (1) 9. search terms: followed link (1)
9. search terms: followed link from Nanodev (1) 9. search terms: followed link from website's main page (2) 9. search terms: followed link from {CNS/UCSB} weekly clips (5)
9. search terms: followed link from {CNS} / {UCSB} weekly clips (1) 9. search terms: followed link on Nanotechbuzz website (2) 9. search terms: n/a (1)
9. search terms: nano (2) 9. search terms: nano and architecture (5) 9. search terms: nanomaterial (2)
9. search terms: nanotechnology (38) 9. search terms: nanotechnology material (1) 9. search terms: nanotechnology materials (1)
Adult (1) Agriculture (1) Agriculture: methods (1)
Agriculture: statistics & numerical data (1) Agriculture: trends (1) air quality (4)
and buildings (1) and has a longer lifespan (1) and keep bathrooms clean (1)
and the notion that relinquishing technologies alone will not work (1) and the state of funding (in 2005) for research into safety (1) Animals (2)
Bacillus subtilis (1) bactericidal activity (1) battery electrodes (1)
benefit: this method can be used to purify indoor air - alleviating or preventing illnesses associated with polluted air (1) Berkeley (1) Biofuels (1)
Biogenesis (1) Biomedical Engineering (1) Biotechnology (1)
Body Fluids (1) bridges (2) buildings (5)
built environment (1) built environment in google scholar (1) can be applied to glass and other materials (1)
city (2) Clinical Trials as Topic (1) cloth (2)
clothing (4) cmos (1) construction (5)
Construction Materials (1) Cyanides (1) deposition (1)
description: (1) development (1) Diabetes Mellitus (1)
Diabetes Mellitus: epidemiology (1) Diabetes Mellitus: etiology (1) Diagnosis, Computer-Assisted (1)
Disease (1) Disease: etiology (1) Ecosystem (1)
efficiency (1) Electric Stimulation Therapy (1) electricity (2)
Electrochemistry (1) Electromagnetic Fields (1) Energy Intake (1)
Energy Transfer (1) Environment (1) Environmental Monitoring (1)
Equipment Design (2) Equipment Failure Analysis (1) escherichia coli (2)
Europe (1) Eutrophication (1) Evolution, Chemical (1)
Fast Foods (1) Fertilizers (1) fight against obesity (1)
food (2) Food Industry (1) Food Industry: methods (1)
Food Industry: statistics & numerical data (1) Food Industry: trends (1) Food Technology (1)
Food Technology: methods (1) forecasting (1) gas sensor systems (1)
Guanine (1) guidance (1) health (3)
Health: statistics & numerical data (1) Health: trends (1) help detect forest fires (1)
Home Care Services (1) Humans (4) Industry (1)
is safer (1) land use (2) Light (1)
longer-lasting coating (1) make solar energy a more viable source of energy (1) Merrill Lynch was being investigated for including companies in their Nanotech Index that have little to do with nanotechnology. (1)
metal oxides (1) Microalgae (1) Microfluidic Analytical Techniques (1)
microhotplates (1) Models, Chemical (1) Monitoring, Ambulatory (1)
mwcnts (1) Nanocrystalline (1) nanometer titanium dioxide ultrasound (1)
Nanostructures (2) nanotechnology (4) Nanotechnology: methods (1)
Nanotechnology: trends (1) Neoplasms (1) Nitrogen (1)
Nutritive Value (1) Obesity (1) Obesity: complications (1)
Obesity: epidemiology (1) Obesity: etiology (1) or electronic data storage (1)
or guage the health of trees (1) or weigh-in-motion measurement (1) other transportation (1)
Particle Size (1) personal (2) Phosphorus (1)
photocatalytic decomposition (1) Plasma (1) play structures (1)
potential applications for airplanes (1) potential uses for (1) potentially used for energy technologies (1)
Preventive Medicine (1) private data (1) protect packaged foods (1)
Research (1) research and (1) Research: trends (1)
Risk Assessment (1) roadmap (1) roads (4)
Safety (1) save time and money on graffiti clean up (1) search terms: followed link from main page of website (1)
search terms: followed link from Nanodev listserv (1) Sensors (1) sewage (1)
Silicon Dioxide (1) SnO2 (1) speedier check-out (1)
sterilize hospitals (1) streets (2) such as cleaning up contaminants like nuclear waste (1)
supply chain management (1) Systems Integration (1) Telemedicine (1)
Telemetry (1) tem (1) Textiles (2)
that is wires that create an electrical charge as they are moved. (1) Thermodynamics (1) they may be able ot damage cells (1)
they may not be receptive to these new foods (1) this event sparked concern over nanotechnologies. (1) Tin-Oxide (1)
Titanium (1) titanium alkoxide (1) traffic (1)
Transducers (2) transit (2) transportation (1)
trends and aims (1) urban design (2) vehicle speed (1)
walls (1) waste (10) water (5)
Water Pollutants, Chemical (2) World Health (1) World Health: statistics & numerical data (1)
World Health: trends (1) Zinc Oxide (2) zinc-oxide nanowires in layered arrays on plastic backing (1)
} 3. benefit: {N/A (3) } 4. risk: this article presents evidence that there is little to worry about in the way of nano-caused injuries (1) } 4. risk: While the aerosol was later proven to contain no special nanotechnological element (1)
} 4. risk: {N/A (1) } 5. development stage: in use (1) } 5. development stage: vision (1)
} 6. City Use: (1) } 6. city use: agriculture (1) } 6. City Use: architecture (2)
} 6. city use: depends on how these piezoelectrical devices can be scaled. (1) } 6. City use: energy (1) } 6. City use: food (1)
} 6. city use: legal system (1) } 6. city use: monito environmental conditions (1) } 6. City use: personal (1)
} 6. city use: potentially for photovoltaics (1) } 6. city use: potentially for transportation & architecture (1) } 6. city use: potentially for transportation & roads (1)
} 6. city use: shopping (1) } 6. city use: transportation (3) } 6. City Use: water (1)
} 6. city use: {N/A (2) } 7. sustainability: {N/A (2) } 8. description of entry: magazine article (3)
} 8. description of entry: short article based on the original article published in Science (1) } a class in which architectural students at Ball State University designed homes that use nanotechnologies (1)