Mechanosynthesis, atom by atom

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Mechanosynthesis, atom by atom

Post by vik » March 22nd, 2011, 9:34 pm

University of Nottingham physicist Philip Moriarty is one of the few scientists who has been able to do extensive research into molecular mechanosynthesis. In 2004 Moriarty engaged in a debate with Chris Phoenix over the feasibility of molecular manufacturing. In 2008 Moriarty received a grant from the British Government to examine the viability of mechanosynthesis. In this Next Big Future interview with Sander Olson, Moriarty discusses the progress that has been made during the past decade, the challenges of working with diamond, and the prospects for building components out of silicon and diamond:

http://nextbigfuture.com/2011/03/philip ... gfuture%29

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