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October 15th, 2004
The Foresight Institute has tapped the same man who helped launch private spaceflight to rejuvenate its contest to deliver practical, working nanotechnology, institute officials announced today.
Peter Diamandis, who ran the X-Prize Foundation and its $10-million prize to put a privately built craft into space, will now oversee the institute's Feynman Grand Prize as chairman of the prize steering committee.
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