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May 7th, 2006

Q&A: Matthew Laudon

Abstract:
Matthew Laudon has built a career on tiny matters that are thinner than human hair and promise to deliver better healthcare, more fuel-efficient cars, and cooler electronic gadgets. Mr. Laudon is the co-founder of the Nano Science and Technology Institute (NSTI) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, an organization that promotes academic research and commercialization of nanotechnology. This week, he will see thousands of people from universities, venture capital firms, and private and public businesses flocking to an annual conference that brings the global nanotech community to Boston.

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