Douglas Mulhall - Nanotechnology, Our Molecular Future
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Douglas Mulhall's work examines the transformative role of nanotechnology, robotics, genetics, and artificial intelligence, then explains how we might use them to improve our lives and cope with natural threats that range from diseases to climate changes.
He is one of the first journalists to describe the field of NanoEcology: the interface between nanotechnology and ecology. He has also co-authored work that depicts Nanobacteria : an infectious bacterium whose discovery has stunned health care professionals, and may lead to cures for heart and joint diseases.
His experience in communications started with an advanced degree in Journalism, progressed to documentary film making, then diversified into management when he co-founded the first commercial television network in the new Republic of Ukraine. He has produced a broad range of technology training materials, and written for national media such as The Futurist, Small Times Magazine, and The National Post. He contributed to the first Financial Times book on Green Business Opportunities.
He has in-depth experience with the technology/environment interface. He was Managing Director of the Hamburg Environmental Institute, a scientific assessment organization. He co-founded the first Brazilian institute, 'O Instituto Ambiental', to be devoted exclusively to water recycling.
His hands-on work with preventative public health care and disaster preparedness came from co-designing, building, and operating water recycling and flood control facilities in China and Brazil, in cooperation with the European Commission and multinational companies.
The new companion book "The Calcium Bomb - The Nanobacteria Link to Heart Disease & Cancer" by Douglas Mulhall and Katja Hansen focusses on a specific issue that was first covered in Our Molecular Future.
Doug Mulhall is an engaging and convincing public speaker. He has given numerous presentations and talks at gatherings and conferences covering current subjects as wide as the ones discussed in Our Molecular Future. To enquire about his availibity and fees, please contact his office firstname.lastname@example.org.
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