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By Rob Smith

ISBN: 978 1846930386
Published: 2007
Pages: 354


Nanotechnology is for mankind a long-term research project. It is certainly the science of the future but whether it will bear fruit in the next ten years or the next hundred years nobody knows. But after biotechnology it is certainly where most of the high-risk investment money is heading.
The risk from a grey goo engulfing the world - as prophesied by some - while not impossible is thankfully unlikely as so many safeguards can be built in.
I hope that this book will help to advance the cause of nanotechnology by showing what it can do for mankind.

About the Author

Rob Smith graduated in Electronics, Physics and Mathematics and then spent some years working for large electronics companies and restoring Astronomical Observatories. After his first wife suddenly died he picked up the pieces of his life and married again, this time to a lady from Russia. Having lived for some years in Spain he and his new family returned to Hampshire where he now works as a Lecturer.


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