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March 3rd, 2003
Moving atoms to create a man
One of the biggest names in the science of the very small wants to put his research tools in the hands of children everywhere, via the Internet. Donald Eigler, one of the world's leading nanotechnology researchers, said he wants to "prepare the next generation of scientists" by making the field more accessible.
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