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The following couple of a long time carry the chance of exceptional development in quite a lot of pervasive applied sciences which are more likely to have a profound impression on how we are living, paintings, and spend our rest time. those applied sciences are set to revolutionise the worlds
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Ultimately everything in commerce will be raw materials grown or mined through highly engineered technologies, manufactured products, or advanced services dependent upon engineered systems. Even those aspects of human enterprise THE NEXT TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF TECHNOLOGY: OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS which are closest to raw nature – agriculture and animal husbandry – are increasingly technologised. Their steadily rising productivity depends upon technologybased systems. The story of farming and its high productivity in World 1 is well known.
The rest of the world is steadily moving toward the same condition. 34 Globalisation of world economies, through promotion of international trade and commerce, is creating a global division of labour among all nations. Ultimately everything in commerce will be raw materials grown or mined through highly engineered technologies, manufactured products, or advanced services dependent upon engineered systems. Even those aspects of human enterprise THE NEXT TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF TECHNOLOGY: OPPORTUNITIES AND RISKS which are closest to raw nature – agriculture and animal husbandry – are increasingly technologised.
Micro-organisms in their democratic acceptance of DNA from any other species are already able to produce large quantities of very complex molecules, too expensive or even too difficult to manufacture by traditional means. But apart from these specialty chemicals, micro-organisms hold the potential for becoming effective competitors for commodity chemicals. A characteristic of every species is that it cannot do anything that its DNA does not permit. Micro-organisms are mostly programmed by their DNA to operate at modest temperatures and pressures, and are capable of producing only specific things.
21st Century Technologies: Promises and Perils of a Dynamic Future by OECD Publishing, Editors, Barrie Stevens, Wolfgang Michalski, Visit Amazon's Riel Miller Page, search results, Learn about Author Central, Riel Miller,