February 22, 2006: Nano-update with Jeff Rense.

June 22, 2005: Check your local listings to watch Douglas Mulhall on History Channel's Modern Marvels show "Future Tech".

February 26, 2005 - Doug Mulhall talks about nanotechnology news with Art Bell on "Coast to Coast AM."

February 12, 2005 - Interview on "The Jack Landman Technology Show".

February 10, 2005 - Nano-update with Jeff Rense.

January 2, 2005 - Newsweek On Air interviews Doug Mulhall on the Asian Tsunami disaster.

December 28, 2004 - The Province quotes Mulhall on tsunami risk being forcasted years ago, but warnings were ignored. And radio interview on CKNW - Mulhall explains that North America's West Coast could also be hit by giant tsunami.

December 27, 2004 - Interview on CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360" about the Asian tsunami disaster.

December 21, 2004 - Nano-update with Jeff Rense.

September 7, 2004 - Read the interview with Doug Mulhall in NanoNews-Now Monthly Report on Nanotechnology & Life Extension.

June 7, 2004 - Doug Mulhall talks with George Noory on "Coast To Coast AM".

May 7, 2004 - Backbone Magazine publishes the cover story "The Way We Live" by Zack Medicoff after an extensive interview with Doug Mulhall about his book.

March 24, 2004 - Mulhall gives a special presentation on nanotechnology to the Canadian Information Processing Society in Canada's capital city.

February 9, 2004: Doug Mulhall has been invited to speak at Books & Books, 8 p.m. in Coral Gables, FL.

February 6, 2004: Small Times magazine publishes Doug Mulhall's guest column "INCORPORATE DISASSEMBLY INTO EVERY SELF-ASSEMBLED NANOTECH PRODUCT".

January/ February 2004 - The Futurist Magazine publishes Douglas Mulhall's landmark article "Reassessing Risk Assessment" that describes newly discovered environmental threats and innovative responses to them. Mulhall's paper on the same topic has already been published in the World Future Society 2003 conference volume. The paper and the article are among the first serious attempts to describe how nanotechnologies will upend the practice of environmental risk assessment.

July 27, 2003 Newsday publishes Doug Mulhall's article Science Goes Wireless about how the wireless web is transforming our universities from centralized to virtual institutions.

July 2003 Nanotechnology Now subscription newsletter publishes interview with Douglas Mulhall.

May 2003 Our Molecular Future as a finalist in the Science category of the Independent Publisher Book Awards 2003 (see #48).

February 2003 New superstrong aerogels may save future spacecraft from breaking up in the atmosphere, according to work already published by Douglas Mulhall in Our Molecular Future.

January/February 2003 The Futurist magazine publishes Doug Mulhall's cover story The Short Path From Fiction to Science and reviews Our Molecular Future in the January/February 2003 issue.

November 25, 2002 Nanomagazine publishes an interview with Doug Mulhall.

November 15, 2002 New Scientist magazine chooses Our Molecular Future as one of its top 20 "must read" books for Christmas (New Scientist Nov. 16, 2002, pp.42-43).

November 1, 2002 SmallTimes magazine publishes a favorable review of Our Molecular Future in its November/December issue (Small Times November/December 2002).

October 16, 2002 The National Post, Canada's leading national newspaper, publishes Doug Mulhall's article about using nanotechnology to adapt to a newly discovered potential cause of climate changes: The new climate change culprit.

October 1, 2002 adds 30 pages of excerpts from the book to its bookseller website - look inside the book!

September/ October 2002 Leading nanotechnology magazine SmallTimes features Douglas Mulhall's guest column about a proposed ban on nanomaterials: Ban what we don't understand? It's not the greatest way to be green.

September 13, 2002 Trends in Nanotechnology Weekly (TNTW Weeks 35&36, 2002) contains an analysis of reviews about Our Molecular Future.

September 4, 2002 Mulhall was interviewed by Newhouse News Services and is extensively quoted in their newswire story "Scientists, Environmentalists Spar over Nanotechnology".

August 20, 2002 Douglas Mulhall is quoted in the International Herald Tribune: "The next big tiny thing: Nanotechnology runs into new criticism" .

August 19, 2002 Doug Mulhall is quoted in the New York Times: "Opposition to Nanotechnology" by Barnaby Feder (webpage requires subscription [free]).

August 15, 2002 Nanomaterials ban controversy heats up - see story at Environmentalist opposes nano ban.



Other talks and events surround the book and we will post them here shortly, so please come back soon!


"The Calcium Bomb - The Nanobacteria Link to Heart Disease and Cancer" by Douglas Mulhall and Katja Hansen focuses on an issue that was first covered in Our Molecular Future.

The Calcium Bomb


Our Molecular Future is now available in Japanese!

Mandarin and Korean speaking readers will also soon be able to read Our Molecular Future in their own language. Prometheus Books has licensed these language rights and the new versions are expected soon!


Our Molecular Future has made the Barnes & Noble "Best Ten of Everything" bestseller list in the AI category.


Adaptation to big environmental changes, an underlying theme of Our Molecular Future, was the topic for this year's Innovation Round Table conference held by Canada's National Research Council . The theme was selected after Douglas Mulhall's keynote presentation to the Round Table last year. This marks the first time that a national science agency has focused on using technology convergence for adaptation to such environmental challenges.



We have also compiled a list of sources where you can find additional information.



Talks & Events

September 28, 2003 Interview with Art Bell on Coast to Coast AM.

On July 18, 2003 Mr. Mulhall was interviewed about Our Molecular Future by San Francisco based All-American Talk Radio host Peter B. Collins.

On March 23, 2003 Doug Mulhall made a keynote presentation at the American Chemical Society (ACS) Symposium 'Nanotechnology and the Environment' at the 225th National ACS Meeting in New Orleans. The symposium was sponsored by USEPA. Mulhall's presentation focussed on the growing conflict about risks versus benefits of nanotechnology. The paper was entitled: "Ban what we don't yet understand? It's not the greatest way to be green"

On January 21, 2003 Doug Mulhall was on the air as the guest of Coast To Coast AM radio show host George Noory.

On January 20, 2003 Douglas Mulhall was interviewed by Chris Cook of CFUV 101.9 FM in Victoria, Canada about the environmental implications of nanotechnology.

On December 19, 2002 Mr. Mulhall is interviewed by Terry Spence of CFax Radio in Victoria, Canada.

On November 27, 2002 Doug Mulhall appeared live on CH TV's Noon News and was interviewed by VI Island Television for their environmental program in Victoria, Canada.

On November 21, 2002 Douglas continued his talk with Jeff Rense.

On November 7, 2002 Doug Mulhall discussed Our Molecular Future and new discoveries since the book was published with Jeff Rense on his nationally syndicated talkshow - the Jeff Rense Program.

On October 17, 2002 Mr. Mulhall talked about Our Molecular Future with Rob Lorei on WMNF radio, Tampa Florida.

On October 7, 2002 Douglas was interviewed by Tracy Romine on CNet Radio, San Francisco and broadcast nationally on satellite radio.

On September 22, 2002 Mr. Mulhall was on Jack Landman's CyberCity Radio Show, this time talking about a big new breakthrough in development of superstrong nanomaterials.

On August 21, 2002 Douglas Mulhall was interviewed on the BBC World Service regarding the risks of nanomaterials.

On August 18, 2002 Doug Mulhall was interviewed by Jack Landman on the CyberCity Radio Show, San Antonio, Tx.

In a two-part series, on August 10 and 17, 2002, Dr. J. of Changesurfer Radio talks with Douglas Mulhall about the coming convergence of GRAIN (Genetic Engineering, Robotics, AI and Nanotechnology), and the societal implications:

On July 10, 2002 Doug Mulhall was guest on Art Bell's Radio Show Coast to Coast AM. Art Bell hosts one of the most listened to syndicated radio talkshows in North America.

On April 9, 2002, Mr. Mulhall gave a keynote speech to several hundred scientists and entrepreneurs at the Innovation Round Table organized in Canada's capitol, Ottawa, by the nation's primary research arm: the National Research Council. See news story from the front page of the business section in The Ottawa Citizen.

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