Friday, May 30, 2008
Welcome to Week-in-Review by R. Colin Johnson. Here I review the week's tops stories as compiled from interviews I do for EETimes--where you'll find global news for the creators of technology at EETimes.com. This week's top stories include how nanotubes may be as bad as asbestos, how computers are modeling the mechanism by which nanoparticles harm living cells, how high-temperature superconductors could pave the way for supermagnets and how analog design expertise is rare and valuable. You'll also see a capsule review of this week's MEMS Ahead blog and a sneak preview of this weekend's Bourne report.
Posted by R. Colin Johnson at 9:00 AM