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Nanobiotechnology and life extension

Connolly, P. (2003) Nanobiotechnology and life extension. In: Converging Technologies for Improving Human Performance. Kluwer, pp. 182-190. ISBN 1-4020-1254-3

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Abstract

This paper concentrates on only one of the complex debates emerging due to the convergence of nano-bio-info cogno (NBIC) and the ability to improve human performanance: that is, how nanobiotechnology will affect life extension.