Aaron L. Brody

“Nano, nano.” I always thought that was the signature theme of Robin Williams’ character Mork from the television program “Mork and Mindy.” But, it seems, 10–9 —“nano”—might be a dimension teetering on the high-wire between science fiction and real technology.

Since Nobel Laureate Richard Feynman’s seminal 1960 book There’s a Lot of Room at the Bottom—or was it Eric Drexler’s 1986 Engines of Creation or his 1997 Nanosystems?—the scientific world has been dazzled and intrigued by this quantum leap…

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