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April 3rd, 2003

Nanoscience students build the future

Abstract:
Spyridon Skordas monkeys with molecules and tinkers with atoms. As a doctoral student at the state University at Albany, he spends as many as 60 hours a week staring at computer monitors plugged into million-dollar microscopes.

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