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The new 'smart' science of Bio-inspiration is going to produce a plethora of products over the next decades that will transform our lives, and force us to look at the world in a completely new way. Read Peter Forbes' article in Scientific American on self-cleaning materials inspired by nature.

This book fills us with wonder at what we know, and with excitement at what we might find out.

Forbes is consciously trying to blur the distinction between a proper awe for the intricacy and beauty of Nature's nanostructures and an appreciation of the ingenuity of human engineers who try to emulate them, and he usefully demolishes the case for any remaining paranoias about self-replicating nanobots. He has succeeded splendidly. When do I get it?

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