User talk:Cabuerk

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Additional sources[edit source]

Here are some things I randomly found while researching mine:

they came from this original website:

  AZojono - Journal of Nanotechnology Online

Welcome![edit source]


Hi Cabuerk,

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Lit review[edit source]

Great start on the lit review -- you need to decide if you are going to focus on synthesis or application. In addition, as you develop your literature database - keep track of your search terms and sources. --Joshua 14:28, 1 February 2008 (PST)

Clean up and link[edit source]

First make sure you log in when you use appropedia so your work is linked back to you - the nanotech and cancer article currently is missing the information that it came from you. Then go through your article and link all the key words with double square brackets - for key words dealing with nanotech that show up in red - define them by making a short stub page. In that page put a quick definition and then a link to wikipedia using {{wikipedia}}. We will go over more about the content in class.--Joshua 11:11, 30 March 2008 (PDT)

Suggestion[edit source]

Hi Cabuerk,

Can I suggest making the {{Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor (EGER)}} template, just a normal page, e.g. Epidermal Growth Factor Receptor (EGER). And then you can link to it in Nanoparticles for cancer detection and destruction or what ever other pages need the definition. To delete the template, just cut the content (for pasting into the normal page) and type {{Delete}} (including the curly brackets) in its place. An admin will delete it later.

Thank you,--Lonny 12:06, 8 April 2008 (PDT)