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January 19th, 2004

Houston is playing leadership role in nanotechnology revolution

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The country has moved from horse and buggies to automobiles, air travel to space travel, and now it is on the precipice of an opportunity with such promise as has not been seen since the Industrial Revolution. Nanotechnology will bring about, "more changes in the next 30 years than we saw in all of the last century," according to Mihail Roco, National Science Foundation senior adviser for nanotechnology.

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