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Fundador de Hotmail creará una ciudad dedicada a la "nanotecnología"

Sabeer Bhatia, fundador de Hotmail, creará una ciudad dedicada a las nanotecnologías en el estado indio de Haryana.

La inversión inicial alcanzará los 2.000 millones de dólares. Bhatia declaró que las nanotecnologías representan el futuro de la industria de las tecnologías de la información y de la industria biotecnológica.

La ciudad recibirá el nombre de Nanocity y allí además de nanotecnologías, se desarrollarán biociencias, software, productos de Internet de próxima generación e investigación de materiales.

La nanotecnología es un conjunto de técnicas que se utilizan para manipular la materia a la escala de átomos y moléculas. Nano es un prefijo que indica una medida.

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