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February 6th, 2003
Education overhaul urged for nanotech revolution
Nanotechnology is taking on a life of its own, inexorably changing electronics in the same way as the transition from tubes to integrated circuits. But the educational community has yet to respond, and research officials are concerned that the fledgling industry will not grow unless nanotechnology becomes a standard part of the U.S. physics and chemistry curriculum.
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