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September 18th, 2005
Nanotech: US ambition, UK pessimism
Christine Peterson: ichard Jones asks: ďWhy does the molecular manufacturing community seem to have many fewer members in the UK than it does in the USA? I donít think itís fair to say that the dramatic vision of molecular manufacturing is pursued in a contextual vacuum - I think there is quite a well-developed world view that underlies the molecular manufacturing vision. Is there something about that world-view that makes it more attractive in one country than another?
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