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May 26th, 2005

Another Utopian Nighmare, But Don't Blame 'Nano'

Abstract:
Fortune has one of those periodic glimpses into the future which terrify many people who complain that science is out of control ... One of the problems that anyone working in nanotechnologies faces is it that they are often blamed for this particular vision of the future, whereas the truth is that nanotechnologies are only one small part of it.

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