Nanotechnology Law. Legal news and articles for February 20 - 21, 2012

The Churn: Lateral Moves and Promotions in The Am Law 200SNR Denton | SNR Denton - Patent Prosecution and Litigation Group Led By ...One-atom transistor to keep Moore's Law aliveTrustees CoverageKucinich, Kaptur vie for Ohio's 9th District House seatNew single atom transistorExtreme nanotechnology: Creating a transistor with a single atomAtom-sized device raises prospect for small, powerful computersBusiness briefs for Feb. 21Nano-transistor breakthrough to offer billion times faster computerNano-transistor breakthrough to offer billion times faster computerSingle-atom transistor may help beat Moore's LawSingle-Atom Transistor May Beat Moore's LawPhysicists Foretell Quantum Computer With Single-Atom TransistorTransistor made using a single atom may help beat Moore's Law

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Book review | 'Physics of the Future'
Louisville Courier-JournalFebruary 4, 2012

Moore's law states that computer power doubles roughly every 18 months. As chips and their attendant uses become less and less expensive, they begin to appear in more and more places; so many places, and in such numbers, that we cease to realize they ...more »

Nanotechnology Breakthrough: Single Atom Transistor Created
Decoded ScienceFebruary 22, 2012

This single-atom-device has been made considerably earlier than was predicted by Moore's law. A transistor is a device based on a semiconductor material, which can amplify and/or switch an electronic signal. To do this, the transistor has to be ...more »

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The Churn: Lateral Moves and Promotions in The Am Law 200
The Am Law DailyFebruary 21, 2012

Bruehs specializes in patent prosecution covering technologies related to chemistry, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical and cosmetic products, and nanotechnology. Cummings, meanwhile, focuses on patent prosecution and litigation in the realms of ...more »

SNR Denton | SNR Denton - Patent Prosecution and Litigation Group Led By ...
Linex Legal (press release) (registration)February 21, 2012

His practice focuses on the preparation and prosecution of United States and international patent applications in a range of technologies including chemistry, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical/cosmetic products and nanotechnology.more »

One-atom transistor to keep Moore's Law alive
ZDNetFebruary 21, 2012

Now a new paper published in the journal "Nature Nanotechnology" describes a technique for making this type of transistor with very precise control. That opens up the possibility that the method can be automated and single-atom transistors could be ...more »

Trustees Coverage
UPENN AlmanacFebruary 21, 2012

President Amy Gutmann noted that construction of the Singh Center for Nanotechnology is more than a third complete. She also noted that the Law School will dedicate its new building this spring with a visit from Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayer.more »

Kucinich, Kaptur vie for Ohio's 9th District House seat
WatchdogFebruary 21, 2012

In terms of congressional efficacy, both candidates are batting zero in the number of sponsored bills that have become law this session —Kucinich is 0 for 12; Kaptur is 0 for 24. Among Kucinich's bills was an amendment to public money to pay for ...more »

New single atom transistor
The New Age OnlineFebruary 21, 2012

...Law by creating a working transistor using a single phosphorus atom. The atom was etched into a silicon bed with “gates” to control electrical flow and metallic contacts to apply voltage, researchers reported in the journal, Nature Nanotechnology.more »

Extreme nanotechnology: Creating a transistor with a single atom
ExtremeTechFebruary 21, 2012

Consider the sheer amount of news these days surrounding nanotechnology: it is arguably one of the fastest growing sectors in technology. Recent news out of two universities on potentially groundbreaking work on single-atom transistors should not be ...more »

Atom-sized device raises prospect for small, powerful computers
Arizona Daily StarFebruary 21, 2012

NEW YORK - Scientists have taken a first early step toward escaping the limits of a technological principle called Moore's Law by creating a working transistor using a single phosphorus atom. The atom was etched into a silicon bed with "gates" to ...more »

Business briefs for Feb. 21
Tbo.comFebruary 21, 2012

Scientists have taken a first early step toward escaping the limits of a technological principle called Moore's Law by creating a working transistor using a single phosphorus atom. The atom was etched into a silicon bed with "gates" to control ...more »

Nano-transistor breakthrough to offer billion times faster computer
Sydney Morning HeraldFebruary 21, 2012

...Nanotechnology. First developed in the 1950s, transistors revolutionised the electronics industry. Since then, miniaturisation has seen the number of transistors squeezed onto a circuit double about every two years – a trend known as Moore's law.more »

Nano-transistor breakthrough to offer billion times faster computer
The AgeFebruary 21, 2012

The research is published today in the journal Nature Nanotechnology. First developed in the 1950s, transistors revolutionised the electronics industry. Since then, miniaturisation has seen the number of transistors squeezed onto a circuit double about ...more »

Single-atom transistor may help beat Moore's Law
Economic TimesFebruary 21, 2012

...Law by creating a working transistor using a single phosphorus atom. The atom was etched into a silicon bed with "gates" to control electrical flow and metallic contacts to apply voltage, researchers reported in the journal 'Nature Nanotechnology'.more »

Single-Atom Transistor May Beat Moore's Law
BloombergFebruary 20, 2012

“We really decided 10 years ago to start this program to try and make single-atom devices as fast as we could, and beat that law,” said Michelle Simmons, director of ARC Center for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology at the University of ...more »

Physicists Foretell Quantum Computer With Single-Atom Transistor
Wired NewsFebruary 20, 2012

Revealed on Sunday in the academic journal Nature Nanotechnology, the research is part of a decade-long effort at the University of New South Wales to deliver a quantum computer — a machine that would use the seemingly magical properties of very small ...more »

Transistor made using a single atom may help beat Moore's Law
Salt Lake TribuneFebruary 20, 2012

“We really decided 10 years ago to start this program to try and make single-atom devices as fast as we could, and beat that law,” said Michelle Simmons, director of ARC Center for Quantum Computation and Communication Technology at the University of ...more »

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