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April 19th, 2006

How Nanotech Might Slow the Transition to New Energy Sources

Abstract:
Jack Uldrich: Yesterday I discussed how new nanomaterials will facilitate the development of more effective fuel cells. I remain very bullish on fuel cellís long-term viability, however, I think the transition to fuel cells is going to happen at a pace slower than many of its advocates expect. The reason, ironically, is nanotechnolgy. Let me explain.

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