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April 9th, 2004
Breakfast in Silicon Forest: Nano Comes to Life
Electronic News sat down to discuss the future of nanoscience with Skip Rung, executive director of the Oregon Nanosciences and Microtechnologies Institute (ONAMI); Sam Angelos, VP and general manager of Hewlett Packardís technology development operation for its imaging and printing technology platforms; Jay Lindquist, senior VP of corporate marketing at FEI Co.; and Robert Madge, senior director of advanced product engineering at LSI Logic.
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