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June 23rd, 2005
Mike Treder: Three Greek words — nano (dwarf or tiny), techne (craft or skill), and logos (science or learning) — combine to make nano-techno-logy: applying science at a tiny scale to the craft or skill of building.
Within twenty years, perhaps in less than ten, nanotechnology will revolutionize the manufacturing industry. A new desktop manufacturing appliance called a nanofactory will make a wide range of amazingly powerful products at extremely low prices.
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