K. Eric Drexler is the godfather of nanotechnology. Back in 1977, while an undergrad at MIT, Drexler came up with a crazy idea. Imagine a sea of miniscule robots that could move molecules so quickly and position them so precisely that they could produce almost any substance out of ordinary ingredients in a matter of hours.
We are speaking with him about his latest book, Radical Abundance: How a Revolution in Nanotechnology Will Change Civilization.
Then we speak with one of the industry leaders in advanced nanotechnology, Bor Jang, of Angstron Materials who is the first advnaced materials company to offer large quantities of nano-graphene platelets.