Einstein centenary survey features nanotech

From Spiked: "2005 – announced as Einstein Year – marks the centenary of the publication of Albert Einstein's equation E = mc2. To mark this occasion, Sandy Starr at spiked and science communicator Alom Shaha have conducted a survey of over 250 renowned scientists, science communicators, and educators – including 11 Nobel laureates – asking what they would teach the world about science and why, if they could pick just one thing." Foresight's Eric Drexler chooses molecular nanotech, of course. Other familiar names: Richard Dawkins, Freeman Dyson, Harold Kroto, John McCarthy.

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