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May 8th, 2008
Keith Schwab: watching me, watching you
Nanotechnology engineers materials at the scale of atoms and molecules. And what that means is that as the science advances, electronic devices — including those for surveillance and record-keeping — will get much smaller and more powerful.
Keith Schwab of Cornell University talked about this and more as part of a Fred Friendly Seminars series being broadcast on public television stations in 2008. The series title is Nanotechnology: The Power of Small.
This special Clear Voices for Science podcast was produced in cooperation with ICAN Productions and the Fred Friendly Seminars, with funding from the Department of Energy and the National Science Foundation. Go to powerofsmall.org to find out more.
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