Posted: September 18, 2007

CRN nanotechnology conference presentations online

(Nanowerk News) In case you missed last week's Challenges & Opportunities: The Future of Nano & Bio Technologies conference, our friends over at the Center for Responsible Nanotechnology (CRN) have now put most of the presentations online where you can peruse them at leisure.
The files are either pdf or powerpoint and can be downloaded for free. Here is what's available:
Jason McCoy, Seawater Foundation: "Photosynthesis and human intelligence to green coastal deserts"
Gary Marchant, Center for the Study of Law, Science, and Technology: "Emerging technologies v. the environment"
Chris Phoenix, CRN Director of Research: "A history of nanotechnology — From 1959 to 2029"
Jim Von Ehr, Zyvex: "Atomically precise manufacturing"
Prof. Ralph Merkle, Georgia Tech University: "On mechanosynthesis"
Jack Smith: "Seeing the nano future through storytelling"
Tihamer Toth-Fejel, General Dynamics: "How to build a nanofactory"
Dr. J. Storrs Hall, Institute for Molecular Manufacturing: "What could a nanofactory make?"
Mike Treder, CRN Executive Director: "Circles of concern"
Brian Wang, Advanced Nano: "Economics in a new era"
Douglas Mulhall, author of Our Molecular Future: "Energy, ecology, and planetary engineering"
Source: CRN