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June 4th, 2004

Intersection of biotech and nanotech will produce big advances

Abstract:
Be honest: Everything you know about nanotechnology is from that GE television ad in which the nerdy professor meets the super-model, and within the space of about 30 seconds they fall in love, get married and produce a nerdy baby wearing eyeglasses. Don’t feel left out, however, if you have trouble chatting about “nano” over your neighbor’s backyard grill. The field of nanotechnology is so new that many insiders have trouble keeping track.

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Wisconsin Technology Network

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