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Home > News > Taking The NanoPulse -- Sizing Up Nanotechnology

May 8th, 2007

Taking The NanoPulse -- Sizing Up Nanotechnology

Abstract:
"Through these experiences I've had the opportunity to look at developments in nanotechnology from a very broad perspective. I've seen the many facets of the development of nanotechnology in the U.S. Those facets include government support of nanotechnology growth; companies of all sizes involved in research and -- more important -- commercialization of nanotechnology products. I've seen clearly how private investment is seeing the bottom-line potential of nanotechnology. And I've been able to gain insight on the balance between environmental research versus consumer demand and interest in new nano-enabled products. It's clear to me that the economic landscape for nanotechnology is changing quickly -- and for the better."

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