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February 8th, 2007

Chinese nanotechnological words of power

Abstract:
I did not know, when I suggested in my last post, "Wi-Fi in the land of Qin," that if the Yellow Emperor were alive today he would be investing imperial funds in nanotechnological research, that the January/February issue of the International Journal of Nanotechnology is devoted to the topic "Nanotechnology in China." Nor did I intend that every post today visit the Middle Kingdom, but who am I to ignore the Mandate of the SinoBlogosphere? And since the editors of the special issue observe that "the progress of nanotechnology is expected to provide the solutions for the problems in energy and environment which are the great challenges for China, the most populated country in the world, in the next decades," the topic does seem to be squarely within the remit of How the World Works.

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