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January 30th, 2004
Nanotechnology Can Have a Big Future in the Bay Area
The San Francisco Bay Area is an internationally recognized hotbed of nanotechnology, but it must not relax or rest on its laurels if this science of the ultra-small is to provide big future economic benefits to the region. This is the main message of a 36-page report on nanotechnology in the Bay Area released today by the Bay Area Science and Innovation Consortium (BASIC).
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