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February 13th, 2007
I love Harris & Harris (Nasdaq: TINY) for the little things -- the very little things, to be precise. This publicly traded venture-capital firm and Motley Fool Rule Breakers pick has been specializing in nanotechnology-related investments for more than a decade, and it remains one of the best "pure play" investments in the field of nanotechnology.
Harris & Harris first made an impression on me when it bought into a promising nanotech company called Molecular Imprints. MI offers the semiconductor industry step-and-flash nanoimprint lithography equipment, capable of etching chips at resolutions below 20 nanometers. As Moore's Law (basically, that computer chips will keep getting cheaper and more powerful over time) continues to relentlessly work its way down the measuring scale, MI's technology could soon have many semiconductor manufacturers clamoring for it.
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