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April 9th, 2003

Researchers at UCD are using the tiniest tools of the trade to fight HIV

Abstract:
Nanotechnology has created bouncier tennis balls, given beer longer shelf life, and made improbably small computer processors possible. When this method of miniaturizing and assembling technology from single molecules is brought to biotechnology, research tools can be synthesized that will range a mere three to six atoms across.

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