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February 27th, 2003
Pace-Setting Nanotubes May Power Micro-Devices
Inner-space journeys, such as that envisioned by Harry Kleiner and Isaac Asimov in "Fantastic Voyage," might become possible with nanotube-powered micro-submarines that use flowing blood as both a power source and a medium of transport.
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