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Engines of Creation: The Coming Era of Nanotechnology

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Engines of Creation: The Coming Era of Nanotechnology
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Publisher: Anchor
ISBN/ASIN: 0385199732
ISBN-13: 9780385199735
Number of pages: 320

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Nanotechnology, or molecular technology, involves the manipulation of individual atoms and molecules, something the human body already does.In Engines of Creation, Drexler attempts to predict, justify, quantify, and caution us about this important new field in engineering. His book could have been the first and foremost discussion of this fascinating subject.

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