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May 16th, 2005

Advancing Beneficial Nanotechnology

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Advancing Beneficial Nanotechnology: Focusing on the Cutting Edge. 13th Foresight Conference on Advanced Nanotechnology.

This meeting will examine the prospect of building with atomic precision using molecular machine systems. How far along are we toward this goal? What will it mean for the environment, medicine, national competitiveness, and the military? How can we aim for preferred social outcomes? Join us as we look at the Next Industrial Revolution in a forum accessible to policymakers and NGO representatives as well as scientists and technologists across multiple disciplines.

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