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September 19th, 2003
Energy symposium looks to nanotech solutions
At a symposium on energy and nanotechnology here at the Stanford Campus Ted Marston, chief technology officer for the Electric Power Research Institute, called for a total revision of the continental power grid based on a number of sweeping changes. Marston said that the transformations would benefit - some greatly - from nanotechnology. In particular he singled out nano-based sensors. "Everthing we want to do is based on having the right sensors affordable and in place," he said.
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