NanoBusiness 2007 conference in New York

Last week in New York, the NanoBusiness Alliance hosted the NanoBusiness 2007 conference, which has traditionally focused on nanotech start-ups and small-cap specialists (as well as the investors and lawyers who pursue them). However, this year, while attendees still skewed heavily toward these trad...

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