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October 15th, 2003
Big hopes for minuscule innovations
There is big money in small things, a leading venture capitalist said Thursday. But, in the near term, most funding for work in nanotechnology is going to come from government grants, not outside investors seeking long-term profits, Steve Jurvetson told researchers, professionals and students at Rice University on Tuesday.
His firm, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, was one of the earliest investors in nanotechnology.
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