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January 24th, 2007

Business Blog Roundup

Abstract:
It's not just a small world, it's getting a lot smaller. And for manufacturing, small will be BIG. In 10 years, a Motorola blogger predicts, "the total value of manufactured goods that make use of nanotechnology is estimated to be in excess of $2.5 trillion." The GE Global Research blog has a fascinating story, with stunning photo, about a breakthrough in self-assembly technology, in which non-oxide ceramics assemble themselves with "exquisite morphological control down to the nanometer scale."

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