August 5, 2005

NANOTECHNOLOGY ROUNDUP: Lots of people want to know more about nanotechnology. The Foresight Institute website (here) is a good place to start. There’s also a lot of good stuff at the Center for Responsible Nanotechnology’s blog. There’s also a short, non-technical explanation of the technology, and some of its implications, here, in an article I wrote for the Environmental Law Reporter a while back.

Eric Drexler’s seminal book, Engines of Creation : The Coming Era of Nanotechnology, is still a must-read for people wanting to learn about the subject. A (much) more technical treatment can be found here, and a less-technical treatment can be found here.

I haven’t read Glenn Fishbine’s The Investor’s Guide to Nanotechnology and Micromachines, but it gets good reviews. And I recently reviewed J. Storrs Hall’s Nanofuture: What’s Next For Nanotechnology, which makes a nice introduction for laypeople.

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