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Soon to be released ‘Exploring Nanotechnology’ CD

Nanopolis writes "Imagine what would happen if you could introduce your break-through technology to thousands of viewers comprised of venture capitalists, banks, investors, brokerage firms, industrial and research players?

Find out by participating in the collaborative Nanopolis encyclopedias. The exclusive multimedia "Exploring Nanotechnology" encyclopedia CD-ROM will be launched within 30 days !

More… Since a conference with just a few daysí lifetime and geographical limitations, cost at least $3000 – for an entry-level dinner cost of $90 Nanopolis gives your technology a chance to have both a multimedia presentation and the guarantee that it will be worldwide seen and understood.

Would you like to have your technology explained in a few seconds? Would you like to have your company's presentation included in the innovative and unique multimedia encyclopedia on nanotechnology? The more you understand the gains of this small investment, the more youíll realize that you need to participate in the upcoming "Exploring Nanotechnology ", the first and only multimedia animated space of nanotechnology science and industry."

2 Responses to “Soon to be released ‘Exploring Nanotechnology’ CD”

  1. Anonymous Coward Says:

    just what we need.

    "Imagine what would happen if you could introduce your break-through technology to thousands of viewers comprised of venture capitalists, banks, investors, brokerage firms, industrial and research players?"

    Probably nothing of any value whatsoever. You might succeed in getting more worthless hype, though.

    Why does everyone think that the key to getting nanotechnology here is getting people "excited"? The key is doing hard work in laboratories, not getting banking types who barely know what an atom is to throw money around at random.

  2. Chemisor Says:

    Re:just what we need.

    > Why does everyone think that the key to getting
    > nanotechnology here is getting people "excited"?

    Probably because all scientists have no money whatsoever and are struggling to make the ends meet just to run the experiments they are already working on. Really, it's just too much to expect people to think on their own free time. What's free time anyhow?

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