GNR part 3: The Infinitesimally Small World of Nanotechnology

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“Nanotechnology has the potential to enhance human performance, to bring sustainable development for materials, water, energy, and food, to protect against unknown bacteria and viruses, and even to diminishing the reasons for breaking the peace [by creating universal abundance]” — National Science Foundation (NSF) Nanotechnology Report

The Birth of Nanotechnology

Biotech & Nanotech Converge, NanoBiotechnology

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Molecular Nanotechnology: The Next Industrial Revolution

“In thinking about nanotechnology today, what’s most important is understanding where it leads, what nanotechnology will look like after we reach the assembler breakthrough.” — Kim Eric Drexler

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Nano-Duality, Welcome to Singularity

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“[Nanotechnology] create levels of intelligence that may be our protector, maybe our competitor, or may simply regard us as pets. Or it may change our definition of what it is to be a human being.” — Congressman, Brad Sherman

3 Technological Revolutions that will Accelerate Us Into the Future

Intro to GNR(Genetics, Nanotechnology, and Robotics)

3 Billion Reasons the Biotechnological Revolution must Preserve

Reprogramming our Genetics (GNR Part 2)

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Andrew Kirima
Andrew was born in Kenya and moved to the US when he was 3. He graduated in the class of 2020 from the University of Arizona with a B.S. in Systems Engineering and a minor in ECE (Electrical & Computer Engineering). His entrepreneurial endeavors began senior year of college when he and some classmates founded Facade Technologies to sponsor their own Senior Design Project. They built a desktop application named Facile that can compile APIs to automate other applications. Right now, he is the CTO of Sencha Credit, an early stage fintech company, where they are working hard to develop the debit card that builds credit. Their mission is to empower everyone to build credit effortlessly and reach new financial heights! He loves to share his enthusiasm for the acceleration of technology on his blog, as he encourages entrepreneurship while exhibiting his passion for deeptech. Andrew understands that the speed of innovation is exponential, but he’s worried it takes too long for organizations to utilize new innovation, so his mission is to teach & demystify the complexity of deeptech to everyone. “Humans beings are evolving. Some believe we’re transcending into a new paradigm of evolution, and I want people to embrace that future.”


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