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December 21st, 2003

A Grand Plan for a Tiny Science

Abstract:
A good bit of vision is needed to grasp the possibilities of nanotechnology, the science of using very small things. As such, it could be the perfect technology for Israel, a country that knows about small. In the 1990's, Israel established itself as a global center for technology, using an influx of Russian immigrant engineers and harnessing homegrown military technology to create thousands of software and Internet start-ups. The boom led to the creation of more than 100 Israeli technology companies that are traded on foreign stock exchanges, including 80 traded on Nasdaq.

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