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Future Tense Newsletter: Go Big or Go Nano

Greetings, Future Tensers, As we’ve learned throughout this month’s Futurography course, it can be difficult to determine what we’re talking about when we talk about nanotechnology. The term is an enormous umbrella, one that can cover synthetic biology, materials science, computer engineering, and much more. That enormous conceptual range helps explain why some researchers find themselves under the spell of what Andrew Maynard and others call nanofatigue.
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