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April 23rd, 2005
Nanotechnology is still not on the average person's radar, but there are researchers, venture capitalists, and universities acutely tracking its progress as "the next big thing."
More than 100 of those scientists, students, entrepreneurs and true believers attended a nano event Wednesday in Winona and heard University of Wisconsin engineering and physics department associate professor Wendy C. Crone say, "It could be the next industrial revolution we will see in our society."
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