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March 13th, 2003

Good things, small packages

Abstract:
Imagine a diagnostic "pill" that doctors can navigate through your system to collect video and chemical data about what's going on in your body. Or how about a space age, two-ply, self-assembling organic-inorganic thin film that makes expensive mirrors and lenses such as those used by NASA virtually indestructible.

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