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August 9th, 2005
VC View: Nano Power!
Norm Wu: In Parts One and Two of this series, I discussed some of the exciting nanotech opportunities that venture capitalists see in the marketplace today or expect to ramp up over the next three to five years. The impact of these investments will be quite broad – from instruments and innovative materials to sensors, displays and semiconductors.
Some of the most exciting, highest impact nanotech developments, however, will require a longer gestation cycle – perhaps even ten or more years to really hit their stride.
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