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September 26th, 2005

New insights for Foresight

Abstract:
Nanotech is almost always about doing things differently. Recently, one of the earliest organizations devoted to nanotechnology went through some changes, too. The Foresight Nanotech Institute, a public interest think tank with a 20-year history at the forefront of nanotechnology theory, wants to become involved in its more immediate uses as well. Scott Mize was brought on as president a year ago to help execute that transition. He talked with Small Times' David Forman about the institute's history, its new charter and the road ahead – both near term and long term – for nanotechnology.

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