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October 29th, 2010

Bond: Nanotecnology Is Not Science Fiction

Abstract:
U.S. Senator Kit Bond delivered the keynote address at the NanoFrontiers Symposium at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri where the Senator praised the life changing promise this field of science holds for human health, our troops in the field, and meeting the world's growing energy needs.

"Nanotechnology is not science fiction. It is science. It is not just ‘Honey I shrunk the kids,' but a potential solution to many real-world problems we face," said Bond. "I encourage all of you to listen, and learn from others here. And discover how you can help create - and be a part of - the exciting future of science. We do not want to keep this science in the laboratory. We want to bring it to the battlefield, to our hospitals, and to our homes. And we want Missouri to lead the way."

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