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February 11th, 2004

Nanobiotech Pioneers Predict Nanomedicine Impact within Five Years

Abstract:
With nanobiotech research growing at an astounding rate - and funds starting to follow - what are the most promising near-term prospects for nanomedicine? Predicting which applications will have the resources - and luck - to succeed is a dicey proposition, experts acknowledge. But NanoBiotech News posed the questions to the field's preeminent pioneers and found that real-world applications of nanomedicine will happen within five years. Ground-breaking nanotechnology researcher Ralph C. Merkle, Ph.D., and the father of nanomedicine Robert A. Freitas, Jr., JD, are among the industry heavyweights who weighed in with NanoBiotech News on the state of the science and where it's headed.

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