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June 8th, 2006

HI-CITY Bioscience to invest RM10m in plant

Abstract:
"The application of nanotechnology in Hi-City operations is currently at its initial stage, and expected to come on stream with positive results in the coming years," Heah said. Nanotechnology was originally used to define any work done on the molecular scale, or one-billionth of a metre. This term is now used broadly for anything that is usually smaller than a micrometer.

(Ed.'s note: No, it is not "now used broadly for anything that is usually smaller than a micrometer." It is sometimes incorrectly used "for anything that is usually smaller than a micrometer.")

Source:
btimes.com.my

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