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November 27th, 2007

$40K Nanotechnology Challenge Grant: Watch our progress

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Foresight Nanotech Institute has received a large Challenge Grant, but to fulfill the challenge we need to raise $40K in matching gifts. You can watch our progress on the pie chart as we work toward our goal.

Are you up for the nanotech challenge?

Thanks to contributions like yours, we've been able to advance beneficial nanotechnology through our publications, prizes, and Technology Roadmap for Productive Nanosystems. With your support, Foresight can continue as a growing force enabling businesses, scientists, technologists, policy makers, investors, and individuals to be informed about how nanotechnology can contribute to a better future.

Now you can double the impact of your donation and membership dollars.

Thanks to a generous $40,000 Challenge Grant, every contribution you make to Foresight is matched dollar for dollar. This Challenge is for a limited time only, so give today. Donations and memberships sent by December 31, 2007, qualify as 2007 tax deductions [in the U.S., as permitted by law]. For extra tax savings, you can donate appreciated stock.

Nanodot readers can donate here: https://foresight.org/forms/php/donate.php

Thanks in advance if you can help. Your support of nanotech, Foresight, our Roadmap, and Nanodot is greatly appreciated. —Christine

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foresight.org

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