Response to RFI: National Nanotechnology Initiative Strategic Planning
- We must accelerate the pace of exploration and translation, broaden the set of researchers, and equip them with capability to do research across the full spectrum of nanoscience enabled technology, from nanomaterials to nanoscale devices, circuit and system design, to system architectures that utilize unique nanoscale and quantum phenomena. There is a bright future in materials, devices, and system integration that require end-to-end co-design and innovation. Isolated programs staying in traditional silos will be inadequate. That is where large-scale efforts, best coordinated across multiple federal agencies, can make a substantial difference. The technology edge of the US is to stay at the forefront, ahead of our competition.
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|August 12, 2023; March 11, 2021
|National Nanotechnology Initiative (U.S.)
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