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May 26th, 2005

ICT - Nigeria's Roadmap to Development

Abstract:
The simple fact which we all ascribe and must agree to is that, if we compare our world today with the world one hundred years ago, we would encounter amazing advances in science, commerce, health care, transportation, and countless other areas. Now, let us advance our thought along this line on what will happen to us and the changing world, one hundred years from now! One thing is clear: It will be a world ruled by Nano-Sciences and Nano-Technology - where knowledge in the nanoscale (very-tiny-scale) becomes the centre of gravity for human progress, productivity, sustainable growth and creation of wealth.

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