February 2008

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Nano technology's implications Recognizing the possibility for "a looming global energy crisis of an unimaginably large scale," Ellen Stechel, mana..

Weirauch, Wendy, Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Nano technology's implications Recognizing the possibility for "a looming global energy crisis of an unimaginably large scale," Ellen Stechel, manager of Fuels and Energy Transitions with Sandia National Laboratories, presented her insights on technology applications of a very small scale. She believes that research and developments in nano technology will provide science and engineering advances in the 21st century as revolutionary and transforming to society as electricity, transportation, computers and communications have proved to be in the 20th century. The need for clean and affordable energy tops the li

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