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April 14th, 2005
David Forman: If there's anything I took away from the Stephens Nanotechnology Investors Conference last week in Pasadena, Calif., it was this: If nanotech ever takes on Wall Street in a big way, it will appear to happen suddenly.
For starters, the nanotech learning curve is steep. Investors are not going to get comfortable with nano firms during the short course of a road show, the time before an IPO in which startup executives pitch their companies to investors. By the time the road shows come along many investors will already know that they're interested, or that they're not.
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