"Age of Fear" to drive nanotech funding

from the fear-or-no-fear-nanotech-still-gets-funded dept.
According to John Ellis of Fast Company (Dec. 2001): "Before September 11, the debate among business and financial strategists was, roughly stated, nanotechnology versus genomics/proteomics. Which will be the next big thing? Where would you put your money? The best minds at Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lynch, Morgan Stanley, and Citigroup wrestled with these questions, as did those at the country's venture firms." After Sept. 11: "[The Age of Fear] means that a whole host of new technologies — like nanotechnology — will get more funding from the federal government."

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