26th March 2008 - 11:10 PM
“The Midwest Academy for Nanoelectronics and Architecture is a giant stride in the development of the technology of small things,” Fr. Jenkins said. “It promises to move us past the limits currently imposed by the laws of physics and enable the building of advanced devices, circuits and systems that will be faster, more powerful and more compact than those that currently power our cell phones, computers and other electronic devices.”
Direct support for MANA from the public and private sectors and the participating universities will total more than $25 million over three years. Notre Dame also will offer other additional support. The consortium organizers anticipate that additional funds will be obtained through federal grant applications under the National Nanotechnology Initiative, for which the federal government plans to allocate $1.5 billion a year.University of Notre Dame: Nanofabricaton Facility University of Oxford: Carbon and Nanotechnology Group University of Queensland (UQ), Australia - Nano ...
27th March 2008 - 06:51 AM
Thy are not going anywhere near that technical. Are you kidding me this is a Catholic University we're talking about though, yes, I had heard there was work to make a stronger structural mesh. Thanks for sharing it and I hope to find more answers in the future to interesting questions as I continue to push for leading edge technology like any good Platoist would. We're in a league of our own. My wife was one after watching the Matrix that even told me if I was to have a link added to me at some point she wouldn't and would leave me for it. Many years ago when she thought nothing of the topic. This is a different place in terms of acceptable applications though they'll definatly work with the applications that are subject to be accetable by the church. Hopefully, we can get some more advanced research though as the university is getting to be a bit more un-orthadox thankfully. The ritualistic Platoism against the scholars of this world is actually sickening.