Archive for July, 2006

Now that’s a question

July 31st, 2006

And so it begins

July 31st, 2006

I know you have questions. Lots of questions. 

But lets talk about that later.

First, lets talk about something of importance.  I was reading an article by Mike (Mihail) Roco and it somewhat surprised me.  Here it is:

After 2015-2020, the field will expand to include molecular nanosystems–heterogeneous networks in which molecules and supramolecular structures serve as distinct devices. The proteins inside cells work together this way, but whereas biological systems are water-based and markedly temperature-sensitive, these molecular nanosystems will be able to operate in a far wider range of environments and should be much faster.

You can read the rest of it here. His timetable seemed a bit aggressive at first, then I started thinking about it. What I realized is that I’ve been saying this for the last two years. It’s more than just knocking on our doorstep.  It’s here.