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March 14th, 2006

2006 compensation survey

David Forman: So you want to work in nano? Had you said that 10 years ago, you would have been laughed out of the room – or, at least, been greeted by empty stares: Work in what?

But now nano is hot. The technologies are touted as next-generation solutions for energy, health and environmental woes. Government and business leaders from North Dakota to New Delhi promote micro and nano-related development as a way to boost their economies.


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