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Nanosystems: Molecular Machinery, Manufacturing,
and Computation, by K. Eric Drexler (1992, Wiley Interscience,
Nanosystems is the first technical introduction to molecular
nanotechnology. It describes fundamental physical principles, components,
devices, and applications to computers and manufacturing.
____ copies at $24.95 each = $ __________
Nanotechnology: Research and Perspectives,
edited by BC Crandall and James Lewis (1992, MIT Press, hardbound)
This heavily illustrated volume of proceedings from the First
Foresight Conference on Nanotechnology (1991) gives a good overview of the
various fields contributing to molecular nanotechnology development.
____ copies at $39.95 each = $ __________
Unbounding the Future: The Nanotechnology
Revolution, by K. Eric Drexler, Chris Peterson & Gayle Pergamit
(1991, Morrow, paperback)
A popular introduction to nanotechnology and its potential
effects on society. Includes scenarios to help readers picture the effect
of nanotechnology on our lives.
____ copies at $9.95 each = $ __________
Engines of Creation: The Coming Era in
Nanotechnology, by K. Eric Drexler (1986, Doubleday, paperback)
The classic book that first defined the field of nanotechnology
and its implications. Includes broad coverage of anticipated technologies.
____ copies at $10.95 each = $ __________
Nanotechnology Playhouse, by
Christopher Lampton (1993, Waite, softcover with disk)
A short introduction to nanotechnology with illustrations,
some technical and some fanciful, in book and DOS diskette.
____ copies at $14.95 each = $ __________
Prospects in Nanotechnology: Toward Molecular
Manufacturing, edited by Markus Krummenacker and James Lewis (1995,
Proceedings of the First General Conference on Nanotechnology
(1992): includes enabling technologies, development paths, policy, funding.