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January 25th, 2006
Nanotechnology and nanophotonics have a world of potential but are not yet markets, according to speakers yesterday at Photonics West.
Mark Lurie and Eric Drexler of the Foresight Nanotechnology Institute, a nanotechnology think tank and public interest organization, and Tom Hausken of Strategies Unlimited, a technology-focused market research and strategic planning company, appeared before a packed auditorium at one of the show's market seminars. Lurie described the institute's approach to developing nanotechnology, and Drexler provided technical details.
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