Tom O’Neal testifies in D.C.

The University of Central Florida’s Tom O’Neal appeared before the Subcommittee on Science & Space of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation in Washington recently to provide insight into the commercialization and potential for nanoscience technology.

O’Neal, associate vice president of research in the Office of Research and Commercialization at UCF, said science is on the verge of revolutionary breakthroughs in nanoscience.

“We can look forward to orders-of-magnitude increases in computer efficiency, human organ restoration using engineered tissue, ‘designer’ materials created from directed assembly of atoms and molecules and the emergence of entirely new phenomena in chemistry and physics,” he said.

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