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November 12th, 2003

Super Screener

Abstract:
New anthrax scares are a reminder that our nation is still vulnerable to bioterror. As this ScienCentral News video reports, one nanotechnologist wants to detect bioterror agents much more quickly, so she's made a tiny sensor that works like our own cells.

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