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May 21st, 2005

Think globally, act globally

Howard Lovy: I wrote a recommendation for Daniel Moore, a Ph.D. candidate at Georgia Tech, for the Sam Nunn Security Program fellowship. Fortunately for Daniel, the program overlooked the recommendation from such an obvious security risk as me, and decided to accept him. So, in addition to his Ph.D. work, Daniel will study nanotech issues as they relate to national and international security.

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