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February 20th, 2004
Plausible and Sensible
CRN Director of Research Chris Phoenix presented his paper "Studying Molecular Manufacturing" at the IEEE Conference on Nanoscale Devices & System Integration today. Here he reports on the reception to his remarks: At the start of the week, I was planning to soft-pedal the message, talking mainly about boring and conventional stuff. But after speaking with a variety of scientists about the technological possibilities, I realized two very important things.
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