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July 8th, 2008

Taking The NanoPulse -- The $263 Billion Nano-Question: What's Next?

Abstract:
Lately, I've been focusing these columns on Main Street nanotechnology. The solutions that are close to home, close to market-ready. In a tight economy we're all looking for near-term results. This month, I'm going to back up and take a broader view. Why? The World Economic Forum has asked me The Big Question: what's the next wave in nanotechnology? The answer will come from a panel of corporate and research nanotechnology leaders at a World Economic Forum conference in Tianjin, China this September -- and I'm honored to join this global brain trust to offer my point of view. It's an especially timely question since recent market research suggests nano-enabled products will be a $263 billion market by 2012.

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