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April 16th, 2006

'Real catch' in emerging field

Abstract:
Luring Dr. Mauro Ferrari to become the first president of the Alliance for NanoHealth, which will be announced Monday, comes at a critical time. Like other U.S. cities, Houston is racing to lay groundwork in hope of cashing in on an intellectual and industrial boom from the emerging field of medicine and nanotechnology. Although bionanotechnology still is largely confined to laboratories, a growing number of scientists point to it as the future of medicine.

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