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November 17th, 2007
FastForward Radio, Live Sunday Night!
This show Phil Bowermaster and Stephen Gordon will interview special guest Brian Wang. In addition to his many other accomplishments, Brian has been a Foresight Nanotechnology Institute senior associate since 1997.
We will talk with Brian about the crappy beta versions of human enhancement that some people are experimenting with today, often to their detriment. When will better enhancements be available?
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