We've all read the grey goo headlines but we've also seen the hype regarding what nano has to offer. I often tell people it's nothing special, just stuff that happens to be a few billionths of a metre in scale.

If it's not grey goo and it's not the Drexlerian promise of a decade since, then where is modern nanoscience and when will it truly become nanotechnology?


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Quite true there is nothing scary about nano just quantum mechanics in action

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