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July 8th, 2003

UO puts big hopes in tiny technology

Abstract:
It can take Kurt Langworthy all day to look at an object barely an eighth of an inch long. That's because Langworthy, a research assistant at the University of Oregon, spends much of his day in the world of nanotechnology, an odd but captivating branch of science that looks at materials in billionth-of-a-meter bites.

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