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Subject: Is nanotechnology sufficiently developed to take it seriously?

Date: Sat Sep 11 04:28:02 1999
Posted by Leonard Rego
Grade level: grad (non-science) School: Concept Today
City: Dubai State/Province: Dubai Country: UAE
Area of science: Physics
ID: 937038482.Ph

What are the implications of nanotechnology in the financial world? Is it 
a technology worth investing in, for the long term? I've read a little 
about how it may redefine certain asects of technology as we know them, 
particularly areas like chip design, robotics etc. The NTDC is an 
organisation that finances nanotech development, but how much of what such 
developers claim is actually true?

Thanks for taking the time to read my query. Hoping for an answer soon.

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