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March 30th, 2005

The business of imagination

Abstract:
Subsequent products of the nanotech revolution, says Mr Jurvetson, will become apparent in the next three to five years: more efficient solar cells, cheaper sensors, television screens created by new industrial processes, and memory chips with exponentially more capacity.

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