Monday, August 25, 2008 on the top-5 facts you didn't know about nanotechnology

What do Howard Stern, the Cold War, escorts, and nanotechnology have in common? They all made's "5 things you don't know about ..." column. And I am obviously particularly flattered that some CNS-ASU research we presented at AAAS this spring was listed as the #1 fact you don't know about nano:

"A recent study conducted out of the University of Wisconsin-Madison found that out of 1,015 adult Americans polled, only 29.5% agreed that nanotechnology was morally acceptable. In stark contrast 54.1% of Brits, 62.7% of Germans and 72.1% of French survey participants found the technology acceptable."

(Click here for the full column.)