New Venue and Dates for the Fifth Annual NanoBusiness 2006 Business Conference

It was announced by the NanoBusiness Alliance that the fifth annual business conference will be held in New York City from May 17-19. They will be moving it to a much larger venue compared to previous business conferences to better accommodate large crowds. It will be held in Marriot Marquis Hotel in New York City.The main goal of the event is to attract as many business leaders,investors, visionaries, scientists, government officials, and engineers who are interested to enter the nanotechnology business.

NanoBusiness 2006 will be a three day event that will discuss major issues regarding the revolution of nanotechnology. Issues such as investing and commercialization will be thoroughly discussed at the conference. Nanotechnology is no doubt a growing trend and billions of dollars have already been invested by business leaders and corporations.


Investors Forum Day will also be part of at NanoBusiness 2006 where there will be more than 20 companies that will present their ideas and strategies that could help with the advancement and growth of nanotechnology.

It seems that the NanoBusiness conference and exhibitions gets bigger and more successful every year. The previous conference had 50 sponsors for the event which is why they have decided that for this year’s conference they will be needing a much larger venue to accommodate a growing number of people who will be attending the event.


Modern Archery Equipment- Hints of Technology

compound bow

Hints and traces of technology showcase the evolution of amazing archery equipment that is highly dependable for its speed and accuracy.

The practice of using a bow to propel arrows is called archery. Historically, archery was exclusively used by primitive people for hunting and for defending themselves in combat.  Early bows can be traced back from the Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Periods. In Europe, different bows have witnessed the craft and skills of kings and queens as they practised the oldest archery in Scotland in 1483.

Archery is an old sport yet it has become a modern competitive sport. Indeed, it has evolved as a great sport which touched the shooting skills of many people from different walks of life. Shooting ranges have been frequently visited by archery fanatics. A missed target is always taken as a challenge, hence; saying “No” to this sport is your big loss. In fact, we are always ready to help in terms of giving informative reviews of different archery bows that will surely add preciseness to your first shot. To get you more inspired as you make your first try, our Recurve Bow Reviews will give a perfect avenue to make your most creative choice.  Choose the bow with optimum quality and performance and you will not regret of your option.

Beginner’s Choice

Traditional bows are magnificent traces of a colorful history. It is an amazing product of art.  Bows and arrows are a lot of fun to shoot. The use of the oldest projectile weapons can be traced back as far as 30,000 years. Its functions and forms have continuously evolved that creates more inspiration among archers and wannabes.

Beginners optetraditional bowd to use a recurve bow for a good start. Using a recurve bow in your most privileged shots as beginners would help you to work your way to a more powerful bow. It’s always a good to start and to understand the basic to avoid frustrations. A lower weight bows best fit for a newbie shooting skill.  To begin with too powerful bows at the beginning might give you a hard atmosphere in archery. As you begin with your first unforgettable shot, always remember to do it simply but with dignified grace. In addition, the Summer Olympic Games required the use of recurve bows.

Choice for Speed and Accuracy

However, as most archers aim for speed and accuracy, the weapons of archery have evolved through the application of modern materials and the fantastic technology of the recent times. The crafty engineering of how these weapons are done has made archery a lot more challenging and a competitive sport.

Modern archery pieces of equipment are tremendous hints of the advances in technology. Modern compound designs are made available to archery lovers who aim to develop speed and accuracy. They have a lot of advantages over the traditional bows.

A compound bow magnifies the use of a levering system. This includes the use of cables and pulleys to bend the limbs. Hence, it is stiffer than those of recurve bows. Its higher-technology construction improves its accuracy.

It was first developed in 1966 by Holless Wilbur Allen and was patented in 1969. From then on, compound bow has become dominant and highly-used.

Modern archery equipment will help you to get there and to hit your target accurately. However, you have to choose the best bow that will fit to your archery activity. Choose the one that is more comfortable to use for it will garner best results. 

The modern equipment displays  amazing technology that provides amazing choices for archers. However, your best choice should cater your needs, strength, and interests.

Uses of Nanotechnology

Have you ever wondered why nanotechnology is so popular and still continues to be a growing trend among venture capitalists and investors? What makes nanotechnology so popular that so many corporations want to venture into the nanotechnology business? Based on research and development for more than 20 years, nanotechnology certainly has benefited the society. Nanotechnology has helped improve and revolutionized some of today’s technology and has extended its uses in medicine, food, and even homeland security.

Nanotechnology can actually be found in your home. Polymer composite materials which can be found in tennis rackets, power tool housing, and luggage is derived from nanoscale additives. Those additives can also be found in cleaning materials and even in your daily shampoo. That’s how much nanotechnology has evolved throughout the years.

Nanorust cleans arsenic from drinking water. (Image courtesy of Rice University)
Nanorust cleans arsenic from drinking water.
(Image courtesy of Rice University)

Nanotechnology is also used in electronics and communication devices.It makes faster and portable systems that can manage and store large files. You can thank nanoscale transistors for the memory of your laptop. Developers believe that in the near future everything can be stored in one single tiny chip. That’s how powerful nanotechnology is. One of the most important uses of nantochenology in electronics is the magnetic random access memory (MRAM) enabled by nanometer‐scale magnetic tunnel junctions that can quickly and effectively save even encrypted data during a system shutdown or crash, enable resume‐play features, and gather vehicle accident data.

There are also environmental applications for nanotechnology. It can be used for purification of the impurities of water so that cleaning water will be more cheaper. Paper towel is a new invention by develops that has the ability to absorb oil 20 times its weight. It is made with tiny wires of potassium manganese oxide called nanofabric.

National Nanotechnology Initiative (NNI) documents the advcancement of nanotechnolgy. In their website you can read the benefits of nanotechnology and its impact in today’s environment.

What is Nano Business and Nanotechnology?

If you are one of the curious people wondering what the hype of NanoBusiness 2006 is all about then first you need to to know what Nano Business and what nanotechnology is.

The Nanobusiness Commercialization Association is a non-profit trade organization dedicated to creating a friendly political environment that nurtures research and innovation in nanotechnology. But what is nanotechnology? It is applied in various field of science and is used in organic chemistry, material science, molecular biology, and surface science and is more commonly defined as as an engineering science and technology conducted at the nanoscale (from 1 to 100 nanometers) that studies the application of minute things.

Nanotechnology started when a physicist named Richard Feynman introduced his ideas and concepts about nonotechnology. His talk was called, “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom,” explained the process of how atoms and molecules can be controlled and manipulated. But that was merely a concept and it took a long time before nanotechnology was put to use. It wasn’t until 1981 until modern nanotechnology began and the age of microscope began.


Food Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology is not only limited in the areas of biological molecules and engineering but it is also used now in the area of functional food. Although it is still a research and development study, food technologists are determined to innovate the potentials that food has in nanotechnology.

An overview of what is currently being researched, tested, and some applied in food technology:


One of the most important thing about the advancement of nanotechnology in food is because third world countries would benefit the most from it. Because of the limited supply of food there is an alarming decrease of its nutritional value. The quality is not that good and drinking water is not as clean as it should be.