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Professor discusses nanotechnology on SETI's radio program
David Guston, professor of political science and director of ASU's Center for Nanotechnology in Society, discusses the remarkable potential and the possible perils of nanotechnology and what CNS-ASU is doing to understand its implications for society on SETI Institute's weekly radio program, "Are We Alone?"
Joining Guston on this week's show, "Nano Nano," are:
Bill Flounders, executive director of the Marvell Nanofabrication Laboratory at the University of California at Berkeley; Joseph DeSimone, professor of chemistry at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and chemical engineering at North Carolina State University; Stan Williams, senior fellow and founding director of the Information and Quantum Systems Lab at Hewlett-Packard; and Michael LeBarbera, professor in organismal biology, anatomy and geophysical sciences, University of Chicago.
SETI Institute's radio program "Are We Alone?"
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