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April 6th, 2006

Nano leaders look to future

Abstract:
For all the wonders and potential of the world of technology, the real trick for the scientists exploring it is to make the technology useful. Max Lake started down that path 15 years ago. Lake, president of Applied Sciences Inc., started working with carbon nanofibers then, and assumed that once he perfected their creation, they’d sell like miniature hotcakes. Not so, lake told about 300 people at the Ohio Nanotechnology Summit on Wednesday.

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