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February 14th, 2005
Molecular Manufacturing, Nanoscale Stuff, NNI
How do you tell if your billion-dollar research program will contribute to developing molecular manufacturing (MM)?
The broad goal of MM is to build lots of innovative stuff at the nanoscale and make it do what you want, right? And since a specific proposal for how to develop MM doesn't exist yet, almost anything to do with the nanoscale might turn out to be helpful, right?
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