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November 7th, 2003
Make this nanotech/war book required reading in congress
If you are looking for a book to send to your legislators for the holidays, you might want to consider the Ratners’ latest release, “Nanotechnology and Homeland Security.” Make that a stocking stuffer, for this is a compact sequel to the father-son team’s “Nanotechnology: A Gentle Introduction to the Next Big Idea.” This is probably not a book for the small tech cognoscente, but it may be perfect reading for people unfamiliar with nanotech’s potential, particularly in defense and homeland security.
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