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March 11th, 2003
Indian scientist makes breakthrough in nanotechnology
An Indian scientist and his team at the Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore, have demonstrated that nanotubes--cylindrical carbon rolls no thicker than an atom -- may make good batteries for tiny devices or even power pacemakers, thereby dispensing with cumbersome power packs.
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