Douglas Mulhall’s best-selling book, Our Molecular Future, was one of the first to describe how nanotechnology, robotics, genetics and artificial intelligence are leading to the technological Singularity. The book is still in print 14 years later. It was selected for the New Scientist magazine must-read list, featured on the Discovery Channel’s Modern Marvels, also translated into Chinese, Japanese, and Korean. Douglas Mulhall’s subsequent work on nano-medicine is featured in the network television documentary Dangerous Calcium.
His work on topics like nano-ecology appears in publications including The Dekker Encyclopedia of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, and the Springer Encyclopedia of Sustainability, Science and Technology. He is a contributor to the award-winning Cradle to Cradle Design Protocol® used for designing thousands of products, and is co-author of Materials Passports, launched in Europe this year in a $10 million EU initiative. The water recycling systems he designed provide safe sanitation for 100,000 survivors of the 2009 Haiti earthquake. He presently works on business development with EPEA International in Germany and is a Research Fellow at Technical University München & Guest Researcher at the Technical University of Delft in The Netherlands. He also trains hundreds of companies and agencies.