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May 5th, 2006
Mini-review: The Nanotech Pioneers
Christine Peterson: We see a lot of nanotech books here at Foresight, but a quick skim of this one seems to indicate an above-average level of balance, sense, and even some humor. Compared to most others out there, I recommend it. The author also takes on the controversial issues and does an unusually good job with them.
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