A man named 'Smalley' is meant to be a king of the Small world. He was.

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    "Oct. 28, 2005 - Richard Smalley, the Nobel Prize-winning nanotechnology researcher who was also an ardent supporter of commercial nanotechnology development, died today of cancer. He was 62.

    Smalley shared the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1996 with Robert Curl and Sir Harry Kroto for discovering the C60 molecule, a soccer ball-shaped form of carbon called buckminsterfullerene, or buckyballs. " [more from Small Times]

    A humble tribute to a great man and his contribution to the world. A real pitty he passed away. He was so young. =(
    Rest in peace. You will be missed.

    More on Buckyballs.
    Photo source: 3d Image (requires blue/red lens glasses 8-] )
    Nanotech -just around the flickr corner-: Steve Jurvetson´s 'Nano & Na not' and his Blog ...our Personal Jesus in these topics par excellence.

    The talking of the small, is no small talking. (I am very smart at wordplay sometimes ;-P ). Neither the science, nor the business. If you want to know where the world is heading to, I recommend you reading some of the links I pointed at above. I remember I was in 3rd year (1994) reading an article from a business mag, from Peter Drucker in which he was saying something like: "Today everybody thinks that Fuji Film is the biggest competitor to the Eastman-Kodak empire. But Kodak is worried about another company: SONY. They fear digital."

    And here we are.

    I will never forget that example. IMO, Nanotech is today what Digital was 25 years ago. But of wider and larger scope of impact and relevance, as it is 'Digital-inside'. As I said once ;-) : Nanotech is the ultimate Eclecticism. |-)

    Watcha think, Earthens??? 0-)

    Novian, princecristal, lericson20, and 37 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. TheAlieness GiselaGiardino²³ ages ago | reply

      Oh, thank you for bringing him here!!!! Thank you very much. =)

    2. St Stev ages ago | reply

      You're welcome. Please feel free to add your buckyball to the new 'nanotechnology' group...

      www.flickr.com/groups/nanotechnology/

    3. TheAlieness GiselaGiardino²³ ages ago | reply

      Super! Done.- There´s someone around who has plenty of material to feed this group. ;-)

      J... pliz?

      Thank you, again.

    4. TheAlieness GiselaGiardino²³ ages ago | reply

      Oh, it´d be cool to have that add set option, but yet you can open a discussion with a link to the whole set (as I did here). Do, please.

      Nice the icon detail... |-)

    5. Uncle Angelo [deleted] ages ago | reply

      Maybe already touched on... didn't read all of the above-- but I see this is a picture one may wear 3-D glasses for?

    6. TheAlieness GiselaGiardino²³ ages ago | reply

      I think this is an emblematic photo to add to this page (I missed that note you added on it in time, Steve)


      Richard & Steve together, part of one *big* moment for nanotech

    7. juandesant 113 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Computer Simulations, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

    8. Sebastian- 103 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Science in pictures, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group.

      --
      Found in a search. (?)

    9. Patron Saint PR 103 months ago | reply

      This image was used on the Radio2020 Blog. You can view the post at this URL:
      radio2020.wordpress.com/2008/01/29/nanotech-radio-its-the...
      If you wish any changes to the attribution please notify us so that we may implement them. Thanks for using Creative Commons!

    10. Jim Austin Jimages 97 months ago | reply

      You are invited to add this exceptional image to
      Nano Imaging
      Please add the tag NanoImaging

    11. mikescottnz 88 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called A Picture for a GMO Free World, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      There is no 'king' illusion of this small world.

    12. PPC Interactive 81 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Experience The In Between, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

      Check out the group for more information of how to be a part of a new flickr project linked to Peter Jackson's new film, The Lovely Bones.

    13. roryb31 80 months ago | reply

      Nice! This is a great academic shot just right for our site on academic writing and translation! Thanks for putting your shot up here at Flickr with a CC license. We have put your photo up at site at thesis-translation.aaronlanguage.com/thesis_reading_these..., which is our page in Japanese on academic articles. Your name is under the picture and links to the credits at thesis-translation.aaronlanguage.com/credits/thesis_credi... where it is listed, linking to your profile here at Flickr.

    14. aaron_language 66 months ago | reply

      And we liked this so much we came back for seconds! Thanks as always for the terrific photos. Dynamite shot! We are now working on some ESL materials for our site at www.aaroncoaches.com/ for teaching writing. We will be in touch with the exact URL if we use this shot. Just wanted to let you know. And, as always, we appreciate the CC license.

    15. turitimpanaro 20 months ago | reply

      Dear Gisela, I would like to use your photo, how can I contact you separately ?

    16. TheAlieness GiselaGiardino²³ 20 months ago | reply

      Turi Timpanaro Turi, hi! This is not my picture.

      The source is: www.udel.edu/Biology/Wags/wagart/anaglyphpage/anaglyph.html

      There you may find the info you need on how to use it. ;)

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