Science Daily brings news of the future of transportation as nanotechnology changes how we make our products, described in the book Transport Communications. An excerpt from Science Daily:
By introducing nanotechnology, the authors suggest, goods could be produced and distributed locally, limiting the amount of worldwide transport that takes place annually.
Whether discussing virtual reality-based conferences or nanotechnologically-enhanced clothing that amplifies human abilities, Kissling said he and Tiffin are simply offering a glimpse into the future.
“(We’re) trying to help people look into the future: what changes are coming,” he told the newspaper, “because more of the same, we think, is limited.”
The program is full already; otherwise I would be wanting the authors, Profs. Chris Kissling and John Tiffin from New Zealand, to speak at the upcoming Productive Nanosystems Conference. —Christine