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September 26th, 2005

New insights for Foresight

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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