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April 23rd, 2003
Advances pave way for 'nanobots'
Despite tantalizing lab results, building robots on a molecular scale would seem to be a futuristic pipe dream. But a research report on robotic technology published by Business Communications Co. Inc. claims that nanobots are "on the cusp," thanks to robust research worldwide on the problem.
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