"Nanotechnology and Homeland Security: New Weapons for New Wars" has just been published by Prentice Hall PTR. It is well-organized, straightforward guide to the science of nanotechnology and its applications with details of implications for our US national security. The book is a collaboration between renowned nanotech pioneer Mark Ratner, and high tech entrepreneur Daniel Ratner.
Rather than being a simple resource guide, the book examines a new way of thinking about energy, security, weaponry and defence. Areas covered include:
Posted 4th November 2003
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