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Page One, December 20/27, 2000
Tiny wires store more,   Tinier transistors keep Moore's Law on track,
3-D geometry adds twists to microfabrication,   Virtual annotation fosters understanding,   Silicon process produces pockets

Page One, December 13, 2000
Nanotube fabric looms large,   Silicon nanocrystals glow,
Exploratory robot hops and rolls,   Lasers flex gel muscles,
Atomic scale wire speeds electrons

Page One, December 6, 2000, 2000
Biomotor powers propeller,   Safe havens offer practical quantum processing,
Mechanical data storage goes massively parallel,   Frosted nanotubes make metal wires,
Interference delivers atomic details

Page One, November 29, 2000
Molecular motor shifts speeds,   Virtual mic carries concert hall sound over 'net,
Researchers ready radio-receiver-on-a-chip,   Proton memory is ultracheap but slow,
Crystal forms gas-triggered switch

Page One, November 22, 2000
Holey chips channel light,   Piezoelectric sliver forms sensor,
Self-tuning software speeds networks,   Software cross-sorts gene data,
Electron beams turnout tinier tubes

Page One, November 15, 2000
Biometrics takes a seat,   Oversize oddity could yield quantum computers,
Switch narrows molecular-macroscopic gap,   Tiny metal wires chart nanoelectronics,
Chip techniques block power leakage

Page One, November 8, 2000
Electronics link mind and body,   Chip promises faster light-to-circuit link,
Coffee effect could benefit circuit connections,   Tiny silicon crystals loom large,
Switch offers cheap local-long distance link

Page One, October 25/November 1, 2000
Disk-on-a-chip takes shape,   Shaky table top sorts parts,
Forked nanotubes are tiny transistors,   Society goes on data binge,
Pulse harbors magnetic mystery

Page One, October 18, 2000
Nanotubes gain larger kin,   Quantum computing without weirdness,
Pyramid pixels promise sharp pictures,   Molecule movement could make memory,
Researchers make cheap telecom laser

Page One, October 11, 2000
Quantum dot logic advances,   Researchers peer into quantum dots,
Flexible displays come into view,   NASA gets snake robot off the ground,
Vibrations make electrons jump

Page One, October 4, 2000
DNA does logic,   Quantum quirk promises smaller circuits,
Pop-up book melds real with virtual,   Lab-on-a-CD corrects itself,
Linked particles advance quantum computing

Page One, September 27, 2000
Ants solve tough problems,   Camera gets all the exposure,
Coated specks form nano building blocks,   Sturdy virus makes tiny container,
Freezing speeds rapid prototyping

Page One, September 20, 2000
Hue-ing to quantum computing,   Robots emerge from simulation,
Software sorts Web data,   Processor design tunes memory on the fly,
Superconducting transistor debuts

Page One, September 13, 2000
Cheap lasers on the way,   Nanotubes make microscopic bearings,
Integrated inputs improve interactivity,   Microorganisms infect computer chips,
Sandia brews cheap telecom laser

Page One, September 6, 2000
Nano-scale jets possible,   Software squeezes 3-D data,
DNA strands form nano-machine,   Scaled links make nets navigable,
Magnetic interface photographed

Page One, July 26, 2000
Tiny robots flex their muscles,   Optical coax takes tight turns,
Making a caged ion blink,    Simulation acts 7-year-old's age,
Computer science faces decision theory

Page One, July 19, 2000
Hearing between the lines,   Search tool finds answers before queries,
Scatter could boost fiber capacity,    Software makes data really sing,
Magnetic microscope recovers damaged data

Page One, July 12, 2000
Bendable nanotubes store bits,   Protein coated chips sniff out bacteria,
The little light-sensitive molecule that could,   Fault-tolerant free speech,
Chemical reaction zips nanowires onto silicon

Page One, June 28/July 5, 2000
Cortex chip goes both ways,   Sampling ability broadens quantum computing,
Nano-scale plotter goes parallel,   NASA grasps intricacies of human hand,
Algorithm evolves more efficient engine

Page One, June 21, 2000
Nature nurtures nanotech,   Virtual physicals at hand,
Sandia speeds microtube chip making,   Data compression makes the heart grow fuzzy,   Multicast promises lighter wireless Internet



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