Quantico by Greg Bear:
Science Fiction Inventions, Technology and Ideas
Excellent near-future novel about the dangers (both technological and political) of global bio-terrorism. Several new students at Quantico, the famed FBI school, get a baptism-by-fire graduation. Highly recommended. (Note: this book is substantially similar to the novel published in the UK in 2005; according to the author, a different picture is presented of the Amerithrax anthrax event.) Read an interview with Greg Bear on Quantico. Select
A very small flapping wing UAV that can be carried by a larger flying device.
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