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October 27th, 2003
Nanofactory Design Study Prompts Concern for Preparedness
A detailed design study for a personal-size nanofactory has been published by Chris Phoenix, Director of Research for CRN. The proposed nanofactory could rapidly manufacture a wide array of advanced products, including more nanofactories, while using minimal resources. ‘Design of a Primitive Nanofactory’ appeared in the peer-reviewed Journal of Evolution and Technology. The 84-page technical paper is the most comprehensive examination of nanofactory architecture yet produced.
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