Unbounding the future: the nanotechnology revolution
A comprehensive, easy-to-understand handbook that explains what nanotechnology is and how it will revolutionize life in the future. The world's leading expert in the field, Drexler also examines the spectacular accomplishments that might result from a breakthrough: elimination of disease and pollution. 20 illustrations.
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Others will be designed to fall apart easily for easy recycling, like wood. Some
may be designed for uses where they may be thrown away. In this last category,
nanotailored biodegradables will shine. With care, almost any sort of product
from a ...
The tents get folded and shipped off for recycling. Recycling things built this way
is simple and efficient: nanomachines just unscrew and unsnap the connectors
and sort the parts into bins again. The shipments Desert Rose gets are mostly ...
It seems that this equipment — everything from large vats to submicroscopic
special-purpose assemblers — can be reasonably durable, lasting for months or
years before being recycled and replaced. If the equipment were to cost dollars
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More speculation on the implications of nanotechnology—the manufacture of objects from the atoms up—that is likely, say the authors, to profoundly alter within our lifetimes the course of modern ... Read full review
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Nanotechnology sounds like a fantasy straight out of Star Wars , but then 50 years ago so did many of the things that we take for granted today--space exploration, computer chips, organ transplants ... Read full review
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