Honing the edge
Nanotechnology already has found hundreds of high-tech uses. But do its tiny particles pose big health risks? That uncertainty, and companies' reluctance to embrace the field, cloud its future. Updated Mar. 29, 2011
A continuing series on innovation in Minnesota.
New biosciences building
University Enterprise Laboratories
Veeco's Jeffrey Hohn
Sometimes the most innovative technology already exists. It just means using it in a different way.
Jim Stoppert, CEO of Segetis held a bottle of the company's bio-based...