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December 15th, 2003

One miracle at a time

Abstract:
Full nanotechnology solutions are not expected to emerge for a few years yet, but companies are already working on applications ranging from flash memory based on molecular grids to the use of carbon nanohorns in fuel cells.

Source:
Computerworld Singapore

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