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November 17th, 2006
Live from the CPO's Summit: Supply Goes Global
On the technology front, Brandyberry pointed to nanotechnology (which he defined as 'putting every atom in its most efficient place') as the trend that will impact business trends perhaps more than any other in the next two or three decades.
"Nanotechnology is one of the things that keeps CEOs up at night," he said. "Coal atoms lined up the right way can produce a diamond. Sand atoms realigned can produce silicon."
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