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  • Virus Ground Zero | Ed Regis

    Virus Ground Zero

    • UNABRIDGED (6 hrs and 58 mins)
    • By Ed Regis
    • Narrated By Rob McQuay
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    An acclaimed science writer takes readers behind the scenes at the Centers for Disease Control to tell the story of an engrossing odyssey across the viral frontier.

    haesel says: "overlong essay"
  • Nano: The Science of Nanotechnolgoy | Ed Regis

    Nano: The Science of Nanotechnolgoy

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 33 mins)
    • By Ed Regis
    • Narrated By Dean Sluyter
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    It's the ultimate technology: nanotechnology - the attempt to build ordinary objects from the atoms up, molecule by molecule. So named because its building blocks are the smallest pieces of matter, nanotechnology will give us complete control over the structure of matter, allowing us to build any substance or structure permitted by the Laws of Nature. Placing atoms as if they were bricks, nano-machines could turn grass clippings into prime sirloins - directly, without cows.

    David says: "Little more than a biography of Eric Drexler"
  • The Info Mesa: Science, Business, and New Age Alchemy on the Santa Fe Plateau | Ed Regis

    The Info Mesa: Science, Business, and New Age Alchemy on the Santa Fe Plateau

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 6 mins)
    • By Ed Regis
    • Narrated By Dean Sluyter
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    How did a small southwest town transform itself into a hotbed of research science, advanced technology, and money? Tracking key figures in Santa Fe's emerging industries, Ed Regis explains how entrepreneurial scientists are using complexity theory and powerful, experimental computer programs to create practical - and profitable - applications. Their efforts to convert vast, diverse data, whether chemical or biological or computational, into useful information is leading to new drugs and medical therapies, ultimately revolutionizing our understanding of effective business strategies.

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