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Tuesday, 12 September 2006, 12:00AM

Nanotechnology - Are the promises of it being the next industrial revolution being realised?

Dr Alan Smith

Dr Alan Smith, Associate Director of the UK Government's Micro Nanotechnology Network

After the initial hype, which heralded the prospects for nanotechnology, the excitement continues. The expenditure of many governments is at an unprecedented level in the race for new markets that are likely to be in excess of $1 trillion in ten years' time.

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12 September 2006

Nanotechnology - Are the promises of it being the next industrial revolution being realised?
Dr Alan Smith

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