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January 2nd, 2006
Intro to productive nanosystems
Christine Peterson: As we enter 2006 our thoughts turn to the future: what can we expect from nanotechnology as it reaches its full potential? For a quick introduction, check out Productive nanosystems: the physics of molecular fabrication by K. Eric Drexler.
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