Not Eric Drexler and George Whitesides dueling in Deadwood, but Indianapolis where some of US nanotech’s big guns give an opinion on the future in the Indianapolis Star where nanotechnologies could:
– Save and improve lives by producing probes and machines that enable detection of cancer in its earliest stages and that enter the human body for medical diagnostics and repair.
– Help students learn more about applications for math, science and engineering.
– Be an engine for economic development in Indiana by expanding high-tech capabilities for business and manufacturing.
– Create a new class of ultra-small, super-powerful computers and other electronic devices..