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August 19th, 2006

Productive nanosystems on AAAS nanotechnology site

Abstract:
Christine Peterson: Well end the week on an upbeat note: Its good to see the American Associate for the Advancement of Science AAAS, publisher of the journal Science covering long-term nanotechnology prospects on their EurekAlert website. An updated essay by Eric Drexler looks at "Revolutionizing the Future of Technology."

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