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March 21st, 2007

Talking Nano With IBM

For more than 10 years now, Dr. Paul M. Horn has been a senior vice president and director of research at IBM Corporation (nyse: IBM - news - people ). His specialty: translating technology-based research into real, marketplace opportunities.

Trained as a solid state physicist, Horn has held key management positions in science, semiconductors and storage, successfully applying these disciplines to solving real world technology problems. His top priority as head of the research division is to stimulate innovation in key areas of e-business and quickly bring those innovations into the marketplace. These innovations are supposed help grow IBM's existing business as well as create new businesses for the future.


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