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May 16th, 2007
Nanotechnology is the future! We've heard this a million times before, but now it finally seems that nanotubes have a foot grounded in reality.
Tech buzzwords come and go, some more long-lasting than others. Like "convergence". But it isn't often that so many researchers in so many areas get hooked on a thing. That thing today is nanotubes. These miraculous structures are promising to deliver in so many areas that big companies—IBM, Intel, and the likes included—and small companies alike are rushing in to invest in nanotechnology in general, and nanotubes in particular.
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