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November 6th, 2007
Indian nano-tech group in US to create big splash
A group of Indian Americans well placed in the nano-technology industry have formed The Indus Nanotechnology Association (TINA) to create a bigger impact in the market, estimated to be worth $1 trillion (Rs.39.25 trillion) by 2015.
TINA arose from the Nanotechnology and Nano-Bio Convergence Conference held here last week, where seven of the 14 featured speakers were Indian Americans in academics, research, government and industry.
TINA will be coordinated by conference organiser Thomas Abraham, president of Innovative Research and Products, a Connecticut firm conducting industry and market analysis of new generation technologies.
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