Sunday, February 06, 2005

Lux Research's states report

Hi Howard -- here's that piece I talked about earlier

Best -- C.

Update: This quote from ZettaCore founder Randy Levine does, indeed, answer my main criticism -- H:

    "As the report mentions, this is a study about the potential for success, not of who has already succeeded," Levine said. "All Lux is saying that some places are better poised than others to take advantage of nanotechnology for their population. So it's really a wakeup call to say, if you're not high on the list, how are you going to get higher, and if you're high, how do you stay there? There is no Silicon Valley of nanotech. You can develop good firms anywhere." More here
NanoBot Backgrounder
State rankings and quantum reality
Son of Massachusetts Miracle
The Nano-Rank Rag

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