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IBM Makes Nanotechnology Breakthroughs

By John | August 30, 2007

IBM Makes Nanotechnology Breakthroughs for Atomic Building Blocks

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  1. 5 reaons it might not be "Blue Skies" for IBM | John M Willis ESM Blog Says:
    February 7th, 2008 at 10:44 am

    [...] By now everyone has heard about the infamous IBM Google “Academic cluster computing initiative“. However, the story behind the story is one that would make “Cortés” proud. One of the main ingredients to IBM’s mad scheme to eliminate blue skies for ever is it’s frontal assault on America’s hollowed breeding grounds . IBM as does Google, know where the bread is buttered- Universities.  Get em young and not just any old university. In is no coincidence that first four universities endowed with IBM’s philanthropies were Carnegie-Mellon, MIT, Stanford, and Cal-Berkley. These universities, at least in the US, are the future of IT. I read recently that top CS graduates from Standford starting salaries range from 90to 100k. I don’t know about you guys but If I was smart enough to graduate from one of those universities with CS degree, becoming a “scientist” at IBM still seems like the place to be. Google may be cool, but can they measure the magnetic anisotropy of a single atom? [...]