Science magazine special issue on nanotech

from the better-late-than-never dept.
In November 1991, Science did a special issue on nanotechnology. Here's their next one. The 24 November Science special issue on nanotechnology includes:
* Is Nanotechnology Dangerous?
* Powering the Nanoworld
* Cantilever Tales
* NanoManipulator Lets Chemists Go Mano a Mano With Molecules
* Strange Behavior at One Dimension
* Nanoelectromechanical Systems
* From Micro- to Nanofabrication with Soft Materials
* Microfabricating Conjugated Polymer Actuators
* Powering an Inorganic Nanodevice with a Biomolecular Motor
* Atom-Scale Research Gets Real
* Coaxing Molecular Devices to Build Themselves
Free login will get you an overview page on this special issue. Excerpt: "…Robert Service surveys nanotechnology's near-term prospects: the role of funding infusions, such as the U.S. National Nanotechnology Initiative and its European and Japanese counterparts, and the real promise of new materials and devices. He also takes a jaundiced view of some of the prophecies of boom and doom made by the field's boosters and critics. Meanwhile, amid the nanohype, researchers are forging ahead on several exciting fronts."

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