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January 20th, 2004

Nanotech`s big challenge: Getting to market

Like a lot of executives these days, Julie Chen is under a lot of pressure. But her concerns are not about meeting quarterly number projections or outsourcing jobs to India. Instead, Ms. Chen is out to make the U.S. the leader in what the Bush Administration calls “the next industrial revolution” – nanotechnology. As director of the National Science Foundation’s nanomanufacturing program, a key strand within the federally funded $3.7 billion National Nanotechnology Initiative, Ms. Chen knows that the stakes are high. Failure could cost the industry billions of dollars.


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