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DATE

2005-12

AUTHORS

Thomas Imerito

ABSTRACT

For science, the long-term promise of nanotechnology resides in the natural chemical, physical, and biological systems that underlie materials that comprise the world in which we live. For technology, a field of endeavor that contemplates the elimination of highway potholes, hospital infections, cancerous tumors, superfund cleanups, bad golf shots, window washing, and laundry day is sure to have a future that is long and bright. For humanity, nanotechnology is laden with immense expectation and, as with all things new, lingering uncertainty. A University of North Carolina study of public perceptions of nanotechnology published in September 2005 by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars and funded by the Pew Charitable Trust indicates a contradictory set of attitudes toward nanotechnology, including low awareness, positive attitude, anticipation of benefits, suspicion of industry, and low trust in the government’s ability to regulate the field. Beyond that, if nanotechnology has inherent limits, they are not evident at this time, because as Feynman said, “There’s Plenty of Room at the Bottom.” More... »

PAGES

18-23

Journal

TITLE

JOM

ISSUE

12

VOLUME

57

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