Terasem Announces Launch of the Online Journal of Geoethical Nanotechnology

Feb 14, 2006, 00:00 ET from Terasem Movement, Inc.

    MELBOURNE BEACH, Fla., Feb. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- The Terasem Movement, Inc.
 (Terasem), announced today the launch of the Online Journal of Geoethical
 Nanotechnology, a quarterly journal freely available to libraries and the
 public at http://www.terasemjournal.org .
     The Online Journal of Geoethical Nanotechnology is the journal covering
 nanotechnology from multiple diverse perspectives including engineering,
 physics, chemistry, biology, law, performance art, business, sociology and
 psychology.  This inaugural issue of the Online Journal of Geoethical
 Nanotechnology strives to be a unique and valuable resource asset for
 students, researchers and enthusiasts.
     The premier issue includes articles by Natasha Vita-More, President of the
 Extropy Institute; Martine Rothblatt, Ph.D., technology creator; and Baruch
 (Barry) Blumberg, M.D., Ph.D., President of the American Philosophical Society
 and winner of the Nobel Prize for Medicine.
     "The Online Journal of Geoethical Nanotechnology fills a crucial, unmet
 need in the rapidly developing field of automated molecular assembly," said
 Douglas Mulhall, author of The Calcium Bomb and Our Molecular Future.  "This
 new Journal is an ideal forum for the rapid publication of scholarly articles
 on the global, ethical implications of atom-sized machinery."  Gillian
 Markowski is the Journal's Content and Web Presentation Editor. Loraine J.
 Rhodes is its Managing Editor.
     In addition to publishing the Journal, Terasem (founded in 2002), also
 convenes publicly accessible symposia, which include the Annual Workshop on
 Geoethical Nanotechnology and the Colloquium on the Law of Cyberconscious
 Persons.  Terasem Movement, Inc. also conducts demonstration projects,
 encourages student participation, and issues grants.

SOURCE Terasem Movement, Inc.