Nanotechnology 2.0




Nanotechnology may one day allow the molecular fabrication of many products from basic raw materials. This video by futurist Christopher Barnatt explains current “top down” nanotechnologies, as well as potential future “bottom-up” innovations in molecular self-assembly.
Source: ExplainingTheFuture
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