NASA's vision for deep-space exploration may be missing an opportunity to re-fortify the agency's long-running but sporadic ties to nanotechnology, according to an assessment from Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy. Breakthroughs in nanotechnology could hasten bold missions, while fostering advances in energy, medicine and other fields crucial to U.S. economic health, according to the study report, which urges more focused oversight of U.S. nanotechnology research by the ...
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