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July 8th, 2003

UO puts big hopes in tiny technology

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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