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June 28th, 2005

MITís Gershenfeld: Desktop molecular machines within 20 years

Christine Peterson: The June 2005 Technology Quarterly report in the The Economist includes an update on the work of MITís Neil Gershenfeld. Thereís a summary of his fab lab project and some projections: ďHe admits that his far-flung fab labs are not the advanced molecular machines he foresees in the next 20 years on a desktop near you, but just clunky precursors.Ē


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