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January 24th, 2005
2005 Outlook: Nanotech
Lawrence Aragon interviews Steve Jurvetson.
For a nanotech primer, you'd be hard pressed to find someone more knowledgeable than Steve Jurvetson. He and his firm, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, have invested in more than 20 nanotech, MEMS and novel materials startups, he's co-chairman of the NanoBusiness Alliance and he regularly speaks and blogs on the topic. But if you're going to talk to him, be prepared to slow him down every few minutes. When he gets excited, the onetime chip designer talks really fast. And because he's so well versed in the subject, he tends to sound like a scientist. We took the easy route and did the following Q&A over email.
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