Friday, March 25, 2005

Call for papers

I'm not entirely sure how I missed this when it first came out, but this seems like an interesting call for papers

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The Online Student Journal of Nanotechnology

Now accepting papers from graduate and undergraduate students on epistemological, societal, ethical & legal implications of nanotechnology, and its convergence with other technologies.
Articles, reviews, and papers of any length will be considered.

Possible areas for papers include (but are not limited to): Reviews of nanotech in popular media; Historical Aspects (Feynman’s speech, Drexler’s influence, origins of the term ‘nanotechnology’, etc.); Overviews of areas of concern (like nanoparticle toxicity); Implications of the technologies (like self-replication); business community’s role in nanotechnology; how nanotech changes traditional hierarchy of the sciences

Email submissions as attachments to the editors (; include author’s name and area of study, title of paper, & brief abstract. We ask that all the submissions please include a bibliography for all references at the end of the paper and be formatted as Word documents. Questions may be directed to:

It looks like there isn't a due date, but I could just be missing something.

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