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March 10th, 2004

Talking the Talk

Abstract:
Mike Treder, CRN. Last week, Chris and I attended the "Imaging and Imagining Nanoscience & Engineering" conference put on by the University of South Carolina. It was a gathering of over 100 researchers and analysts from around the world. Much of the conference was devoted to philosophical and epistemic discussions of what nanotechnology means and what we can learn from attempts to describe or make images of activity at the nanoscale. Only a small number of sessions dealt with scientific discoveries or technical updates, and not many touched on societal implications.

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