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April 27th, 2005
Lecture sings praises of nanotech
In the fourth of his BBC Reith lectures, Lord Broers debunks the myth that nanomachines could turn the planet into grey goo.
The idea that nano-robots could run amok is "speculative and unproven", he says.
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