Small Scale (Micro-, Nano-, Pico-) Stuff 
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microphotographs: Molecular Expressions at Florida State Univ

Lots of great photos here -- a wide variety of subjects, often taken under polarized light. Additionally, there are numerous tutorials on various aspects of light microscopy and associated topics such as electromagenetism. A real winner -- check it out!

microphotographs: STM Image Gallery from IBM


Cells Alive

wow! incredible indexed color photomicrographs of cells, subcellular structures, crystals, and lots more -- all with bright-colored text on a dark background [sound familiar?] 

Image Gallery of Buckyballs, Nanotubes, etc. from Rice Institute Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology

lots of neat pictures here

Richard E. Smalley's Home Page at Rice University Center for Nanoscale Science and Technology

links to the image gallery above and a number of interesting journal articles 

Center for Nanofabrication and Molecular Self-Assembly at Northwestern University

part of the Institute of Nanotechnology at Northwestern University



Exploring the Nanoworld from the MRSEC at the University of Wisconsin

All sorts of neat stuff you can do -- modeling with Legos, QuickTime nanomovies, resources/references, .... Thanks to Larry Woolf at General Atomics < > for this tip 

This site is a resource for education and outreach efforts associated with the National Science Foundation-supported Materials Research Science and Engineering Center on Nanostructured Materials and Interfaces.
NanoManipulator from UNC Chapel Hill


Interactive Nano-Visualization


Nanoworld Image Gallery at the University of Queensland

register on the site [a simple, painless process] and get permission to download and use images like the one at left [Sn electrodeposited on Cu] -- free for noncommercial purposes. About 700 images available. home page

links, news, products

Small-Scale Chemistry home at Colorado State U

Links2Go: Nanotechnology

An annotated list of 50 links to nanostuff

It's a small, small, small, small world by Ralph C. Merkle

an extended web version of the article published in the Feb/Mar 1997 issue of MIT Technology Review.  This version has greater technical detail and embedded links.

Ralph Merkle's Nanotech Page

links and papers from a leading researcher in the field

University of Cambridge Nanoscale Science Laboratory

like most British university science web sites, this one is extremely well put together and has a really fascinating image gallery

WWW Virtual Library of Microscopy

includes an extensive list of image galleries and much, much more

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Last update 03 / 14 / 02