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March 17th, 2003
Students glimpse the future. And it's tiny.
After weeks of preparation, the teams finally face the test. They must examine the prospects and pitfalls of using nanotechnology aboard the space station Athena in the year 2033. What could the tiny science do for surveillance and defense, the competitors asked themselves. Where would it fall short?
Christian Science Monitor
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