When modern computers were being developed in the 1960s and 70, network certifications and computer tech certifications weren’t yet available from technical schools like they are today. They simply didn’t exist yet and the technology wasn’t yet developed. As computers became more advanced, jobs opened up and different types of training and certifications were developed, not just research jobs. Now, you can get an MSCE license after passing an exam. Will such things be possible in the future for nanotechnology once it develops more and becomes more practical? Will you be able to get some kind of certification for nanotech work? And without having to go through all the physics, mathematics, etc type classes that you do today to get a job in just researching nanotech?
I was with you, and was about to assure that "Yes, such a Certificate is inevitable…" until you said "without having to go through all the physics, mathematics, etc type classes that you do today to get a job in just researching nanotech…"!
That’s a bit like asking if you would be able to play Beethoven’s Sonata Op.13 "Pathetique" on the piano, without having to go through all those pesky piano lessons, and learning about music and stuff.
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