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July 16th, 2005

Fast Development of Nano-Manufactured Products

Abstract:
Chris Phoenix, Director of Research, Center for Responsible Nanotechnology: The extremely high performance of the products of molecular manufacturing will make the technology transformative—but it is the potential for fast development that will make it truly disruptive. If it took decades of research to produce breakthrough products, we would have time to adjust. But if breakthrough products can be developed quickly, their effects can pile up too quickly to allow wise policymaking or adjustment. As if that weren't bad enough, the anticipation of rapid development could cause additional problems.

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