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March 24th, 2006

SAE and MISTA events to show that nano's time is now

Abstract:
John Bedz: The small tech community has for a number of years promised to change the world by making things smaller, faster, safer, better and less expensive. It is a nice promise, and a very believable one at that. An innovation boom is indeed headed our way as tools, manufacturing capability and market needs come together, allowing for these promises to be fulfilled. Concentrating on how products will make customers more competitive, rather than selling “new and cool” as a business proposition, also benefits that same community.

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