i can send you more files than you will likely ever read. however most nanotechnology and nanoscience books are very expensive. please do not be discouraged by that statemnt. i might suggest you find some particular books you wish…"
dear david ,
thanks for your comment to nanouniversity, the drowing present something for discussions, everyone can propose his imaginations not for the components of university but also how we con realizing the project ,esterategy ,aimes,......
I can think that all the forum members would share our experience so that we can do the things much better.
I suggest you to create a discussion blog in the site to share everyone experience.
Hello I am a student pursuing my Btech from ece(electronics n communication).
I request you to drop some suggestions to let me acknowledge about my future plans(MS). I am deeply interested in Nanobiotechnology, specially forensic science,medicines or sumthng related to human anatomy concepts. I would be happy if I would get some interesting suggestions and advices too.Please do tell me that is it feasible, taking my background into consideration to have such kind of interest that is quite different from eachother i request you to suggest some wayz so that i can corelate my interest wth my current stream.
Thank you for accepting me as a friend, it's very honorable for me.
I've read some of your comment s and discussion; especially "where to study nanoscience" was very useful.
May I know please what your special field of study or work is?
Maybe the free global resources would be helpful on your 'where to study nanoscience group'. You can post a link if you think it is a good idea. I have found that many students cannot afford university education, but are still interested in learning more on their own. There are plenty of resources to get them started and this encourages life-long learning. I don't think we should ever be complacent as there is always something interesting to explore in nature and the research will continually open new windows at more levels of reality.
Have a great weekend.
Welcome! Nanopaprika was cooked up by Hungarian chemistry PhD student in 2007. The main idea was to create something more personal than the other nano networks already on the Internet. Community is open to everyone from post-doctorial researchers and professors to students everywhere.
There is only one important assumption: you have to be interested in nano!
Nanopaprika is always looking for new partners, if you have any idea, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org