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December 18th, 2003
Nanotechnology Part Two: Markets
Nanotechnology is a broad set of technologies aimed at developing novel materials, processes, and devices. The previous article in this series built a taxonomy to segment the basic technologies. This article explores a few applicable nanotechnology markets and outlines the opportunities and technologies, some not purely nano-scale, that challenge traditional approaches. The companies and researchers in nanotechnology target breaking fundamental limits of today’s proven technologies. The markets highlighted here include computing, data storage, and medicine.
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