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May 24th, 2005
Bell Labs exec sees nanotech enabling new communications era
Bell Laboratories President Jeff Jaffe predicted that nanoscience could make ubiquitous communications a transformational technology on the order of the telephone and television.
At the Nanobusiness conference here on Tuesday (May 24), keynoter Jaffe predicted nanotechnologies applied to communications will transform other industries in a way that no other technology has done in the past.
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