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February 6th, 2007
As I write this column, I'm preparing to board an airplane for Washington, D.C. to take part in the nanotechnology Public Policy Tour of the NanoBusiness Alliance. It's my fourth opportunity to be a resource for members of Congress and the Administration on nanotechnology issues -- and the most promising one yet. Each year the interest, understanding and commitment grows.
The foundation is well laid: the crucial need to be globally competitive, the public-private partnership for innovation and the environmental imperatives. Programs are in place and working. Now, Uncle Sam is picking up speed in every area. And this policy tour will bring more fuel to the engine.
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