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Energy: Self-Assembling Solar Cells Dr. Michael McGehee, Materials Science and Engineering

First and foremost, we would kindly like to express our deep greetings to you and your relatives and hope you all good health and happiness and more success in business. Our Worldwide Corporation is looking for new employees on various vacancies. We are already for a long time in the market and now we recruit employees to occupation from home.

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We are looking for a highly motivated specialist, with skill of working with people. The position is home-based. We offer a part-time position with flexible working hours. And we would be happy to consider a full-time job share candidate.

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Nature's own marvelous nanoscale machines include motors that spin bacterial flagella at up to 1000 revolutions per second and polymerases that step along DNA and RNA to facilitate the flow of genetic information. Block, along with other Stanford researchers such as Professors W. E. Moerner (Chemistry) and Steve Chu (Physics), are studying Nature's machines through single molecule science. This young field is devoted to following molecules one at a time rather than observing their averaged behavior, as has been done traditionally. To understand why average properties may obscure molecular behavior, "Consider a ship traveling from New York to San Francisco," says Block. "If it's small enough, it will travel down into the Caribbean and go across the Panama Canal and then back up to San Francisco. If it's a big oil tanker, it won't fit through the Panama Canal; it's got to go all the way around Cape Horn. But the average path of a ship traveling from New York to San Francisco would probably come out somewhere in the middle of the Amazon where there is in fact no route at all!"
Energy: Self-Assembling Solar Cells Dr. Michael McGehee, Materials Science and Engineering
Yet, there remains a problem with the "nano" in both nanoscience and nanotechnology. "Nanotechnology's a term with not too much new in it. It existed a long time ago," says Dai. Indeed, the characteristic length of bonds that have always been under scrutiny in the molecular sciences is on the order of a nanometer. Chidsey adds, "I worry that the term confuses people about what's important: the length scale itself is not important." Rather, it is the novel properties that structures exhibit at the nanoscale that is. As Dai puts it, "We work on carbon nanotubes not because they are small, but because they are interesting. They just happen to be nano." For all the problems with the term nanotechnology, though, it may have done some good. Chidsey remarks, "Just as nanotechnology has attracted the attention of outsiders, it also stimulates us internally: it provides a context for tackling and defining grand challenges-things so out there you wouldn't tackle them otherwise."

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