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July 14th, 2003
US Nanomaterials Demand to Reach $35 Billion in 2020
After a decade-long buildup, nanotechnology is beginning to see its first commercial successes, although basic materials are grabbing the spotlight from more sensational early projections of cancer-killing nanobots and self-assembling automobiles. The development of nanoscale materials is a key step in the eventual production of more sophisticated nanomachines, nanoelectronics and nanomedical devices.
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