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March 29th, 2007
NanoFocus2007 spotlights value
From the iPod Nano to science fiction novels, nanotechnology has garnered an exotic reputation in the public's consciousness, says Aatish Salvi, vice president of the National Nano Business Alliance.
But many businesses have a less fanciful view of the new technology.
"The question is, how can you use nanotech to create value"" Salvi said.
The answer is there are quite a few ways, according to Salvi and other presenters at NanoFocus2007, a two-day nanotechnology conference that began Wednesday at the Cox Convention Center in Oklahoma City.
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