Julian's Techsplurge nanotechnology blog joined The International NanoScience Community, leading social network of nanotechnology researchers, students, industrial partners and users.
“To me, nanotechnology is not just about the future of science and technology. It is the collaboration between countless disciplines that create astounding results. It is a human story, one filled with amazing personalities, where people from different backgrounds combine strengths to tackle many of the pressing issues in society today. (And the fact it has a science fiction twist makes it even more appealing!) I think Nanopaprika really makes this idea its driving point: a place where we can cross our own cultural boundaries to connect and grow from our different viewpoints. I am delighted to be a part of this community and to work with Nanopaprika.” – Julian Taub, nanotech blogger.
The main goal of the partnership is to bring the bloggers view closer to our scientific social network.
“Julian shows us researchers many times a mirror; it’s good to read what others think about nanolab work and the products of our research. We are happy to welcome Julian's Techsplurge at Nanopaprika” – András Paszternák, founder of Nanopaprika.
The integrated social network - blog can be reach at www.nanopaprika.eu/techsplurge
About Julian’s Techsplurge:
techsplurge.tumblr.com – Nanotechnology is already playing an important role in our lives. Unbelievable breakthroughs are occurring on daily basis all over the world. To spread the good word of nano, I’ve created Julian’s Techsplurge: a blog that keeps you up to date with advancements in nanotechnology, in a way that engages both researchers and laymen alike. It’s a blend of the science behind the scenes, easily relatable analogies, and information about nanotech in society. So sit back, relax, and let the nano universe wash over you!
www.nanopaprika.eu - The heat is on for an online social networking community for nanoscientists. The International Nanoscience Community (TINC) has pulled together a community with more than 5500 members, researchers, students, industrial partners from Europe, India, the USA, and 80 other countries. TINC 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!
András Paszternák, PhD.