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October 29th, 2005
Yesterday, at the Foresight Conference in San Francisco, Eric Drexler (a foremost member of the Roadmap team) presented an overview of the project so far, and offered more information about the "DC10c" dimer transfer tool that he has designed in cooperation with Damian Allis.
To keep pace with technical developments in the Roadmap effort, CRN has organized a Task Force of experts in many disciplines to explore the societal, environmental, and geopolitical implications of "desktop-scale factories," and to prepare comprehensive recommendations for the safe and responsible use of advanced nanotechnology.
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