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May 6th, 2004

Science blinded by culture

Abstract:
I'm fascinated by the work of cultural anthropologist Genevieve Bell. I spoke with her back in '98 or '99, when she first came to Intel and I contributed occasional articles to the Detroit News science section. No story came out of our interview at the time, but I remember how our conversation helped open my eyes to an element of technology and innovation that too many people in the science world neglect or negate: the role of culture.

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Howard Lovy's NanoBot

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