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August 10th, 2005

Nanotechnology takes on distressing new meaning in Australia

Abstract:
Christine Peterson: Check out the work of the Computational Nanotechnology Group at Swinburne University of Technology in Australia: “molecular computing is a practical use of nanotechnology for generating glitch and error.” Nanotechnology can now be used to mess up pictures of Superman, Popeye, and James Brown. It can mess up music too. I wonder whether the folks at the Chancellery Strategic Initiative realize that this is where their Molecular Computing grant funds are going?

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