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February 13th, 2003
Building nano-machines, part by part
Nanocomputers, higher resolution screens, and millibots? What kinds of gadgets will the next generation of innovation bring? The answer to questions like these depend on nanotechnology, a rapidly developing field that crosses a spectrum of sciences with studies at the nano-scale, smaller than a human cell.
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