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July 19th, 2004

Much Less is Much More in the New Era of Nanoscience

Abstract:
Estimates are that 1 in 25 of the 50 million students-turning-into-adults will be employed in some phase of nanoscience or nanotechnology by 2019 in the United States. Most industry sectors will pale in comparison to the coming business investment in nano value-added investments running a range of sectors from medical, textile, construction, aerospace, electronics, agriculture --- almost every business sector will be changed.

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