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July 13th, 2004

Tim Harper on NanoWater

Abstract:
Read our exclusive interview. NN: Please talk about NanoWater, the reasons behind it, and the goals and timeframe. Harper: NanoWater is a very simple idea that grew out of a meeting with Former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres at the World NanoEconomic Congress in Washington DC last year. He made the only speech I have ever seen that got a standing ovation at a nanotech conference, with the simple message that perhaps technology could do something positive.

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