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March 21st, 2004

Playing with Nanoblocks

Abstract:
In CRN's construct of a desktop nanofactory, products are built by putting together combinations of predesigned nanoblocks. This is intended to maximize the latent innovation potential in the widespread distribution of low-cost (or free), albeit technically restricted nanofactories. It also could prevent illicit, unwise, or malicious product development.

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