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August 16th, 2004

A Blunt View of the Cutting Edge

Abstract:
Q: What are some of the most promising areas of innovation? A: The whole biotechnology area is one that's ripe, particularly as it relates to the marriage of the basic biological sciences with the physical sciences and computation. There's an area known as nanobiotechnology. Some people refer to it as bio-nanotechnology, but it really has to do with being able to manipulate and image things on a nano scale and marry living tissue with manmade tissue and materials.

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