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September 22nd, 2005
Large areas of the manufacturing sector are taking an increasing interest in the development of nanotechnology, but a report to be released next week indicates that most companies will not be developing the technology themselves. And that means they could be taking a big risk with their prospects, according to a leading proponent of nanotechnology.
"If companies don't embrace it, they will become dinosaurs," said Peter Binks, head of the State Government's Nanotechnology Victoria.
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