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July 30th, 2005

What goes up comes down in innovation

Ralph De La Cruz: So, we have a possible cancer breakthrough and a shuttle glitch. Two announcements an ocean apart. But scratch just below the surface and you'll find an important connection.

"Nanotech is at the top of the global innovation agenda," Matthew Nordan, vice president of research at Lux Research Inc. said two months ago. "And NASA is a key player in nanotech."


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