February 26, 2005

Rip McWinkle

It’s amazing that with all the brouhahas and kerfuffles over nanotechnologies recently that articles such as this one in the Scotsman can still get published.

This takes pole position for sloppiest bit of nano journalism so far this year with choice quotes such as “The science involves the manipulation of particles at a microscopic level to make new materials and tiny machines known as nanobots” and “possible future uses include in replacement body parts.”

Precisely the same sort of rubbish we were hearing five years ago.

Posted by Cientifica at February 26, 2005 12:34 PM | TrackBack
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