Michigan enters the nanotech arena

An article in the Detroit Free Press ("Michigan nanotech companies may hit it big by thinking small", by Heather Newman, 28 February 2002) sounds a boosterish note for the potential for Michigan to become a leader in nanotechnology. Apparently Newman has missed the noise and thunder of the past yearís stampede to set up nanoscience research and development programs, because she claims that "[Michigan] is rapidly becoming one of a handful [of states] in the country with a group of scientists working seriously on nanotechnology, the art of building everything from chemicals to machinery molecules, or even atoms, at a time." However, the article does provide a useful, if cursory, survey of nanotech activity in the state.

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