Public interest in research confirms a successful
pursuit of the role and goals it has been entrusted with by the Society.
General interest reports in reverse chronological order:
Chemical & Engineering News (C&EN), February 11, 2016
"How Lasers Make Buckyballs Look Like Superconductors"
Science News, March 10, 2014
"Phosphorene introduced as graphene alternative"
Nature, February 4, 2014
"Phosphorene excites materials scientists"
Eugenie Samuel Reich
RSC Chemistry World, January 23, 2014
"Phosphorene discovery positively impacts 2D electronics"
Physical Review Focus, August 1, 2008
"Diamonds Aren't Forever" by Mike Wofsey
"Modern Marvels: Carbon", first aired January 14, 2008.
Owing to the multitude of possible structures, carbon emerges as an "enchanted element".
Carbon nanotubes stand out among other carbon allotropes with the unique combination
of physical properties.
"Extreme Engineering: City in a Pyramid"
Lightweight and tough structural materials based on carbon nanotubes are
the key to building a
Nature Magazine - Research Highlights, April 2004
"Scientists create fifth form of carbon"
by Jim Giles
Nature Magazine - Science Update, October 22, 2003
"Nano-velcro binds faster than strongest glues"
by Philip Ball
Physics News Update, September 12, 2003
by Phil Schewe, James Riordon, and Ben Stein
New York Times, March 27, 2001
"Of Nanotubes and Buckyballs: Atomic-Scale Building Blocks"
by Kenneth Chang
for scanned article.)
ChemWeb, May 19, 2000
"nano-TOY STORY" by Annabel Wood
Photonics Spectra, March 2000
"Two Lasers Pump Atoms Through Nanotubes" by James P. Smith
PhysicsWeb (Institute of Physics), March 3, 2000
"Fractional effects in nanotubes explained"
Popular Mechanics, November 1999
Technology Watch: "From The Atom Up"
The State News, July 26, 1999
"Conference explores nanotube advances" by Julie Tilli