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May 31st, 2005
FEI Is Looking Large in Nanotech
Whenever the hype surrounding a new technology reaches a certain pitch, someone dusts off the historical nugget that most of the loot from the California gold rush went to those who made and sold the tools. It's happening again as nanomania builds, with makers of electron microscopes finding their wares in increasing demand.
Never mind that some of the "toolmakers" of the Internet boom of recent years, notably the fiber optics companies, are still recovering from the subsequent bust. There's reason to think that companies like FEI are already among the earliest beneficiaries in the race to harvest products from the fledgling field of nanoscience.
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