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ROCORegister of Cultural Organisations (Australia)
ROCORussian Orthodox Church Overseas
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The stylish new Brew Bar in RoCo hair salon, inset, me all dolled up for Hatwalk Pic: MCLAREN PHOTOGRAPHY.COM Reception desk made out of reclaimed wood, right, chandelier light installation Unique styling stations made out of upcycled furniture and wood
Roco nearly gave up his second presidential bid to seek medical treatment in the United States.
Nearly halfway through the first 10 years Roco talked about, we are now in the midst of a new engineering world where nano processes and discoveries are helping thousands around the world in ways perhaps too subtle to get broad notice.
"Nanotechnology is important because it involves reaching the foundation of matter," Roco said.
By 2010, Roco says, the third generation will arrive, featuring nanosystems with thousands of interacting components.
Roco, who chairs the National Science mad Technology Council's Subcommittee on Nanoscale Science, Engineering, and Technology, points out that 75 percent of the 7,000 or so nanotechnology patents are held by Americans.
Langer, "Implications of Nanotechnology in the Pharmaceutics and Medical Fields" in Roco & Bainbridge, eds., infra note 3, 98 at 101-02.
Mihail Roco, chair of the interagency group that advised the president on nanotech, predicts that, within 10 years, half of all pharmaceuticals will be created by using nanotech.
In March, Senator Raul Roco swore in a majority of the old board and some new members as "the official" trustees.