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December 26th, 2003
State universities cooking up big plans for tiny ideas
Oregon schools join to establish a scientific research center to explore nanotechnology and attract federal grants. In a whitewashed basement lab at Oregon State University, engineering professor Deb Pence pumps refrigerant through a fractal pattern etched on a metal disk the size of a quarter. Forty miles south, at the University of Oregon, chemist Jim Hutchison coaxes gold atoms to line up over a template of DNA. His nanoparticles could become building blocks for a new class of electronic devices.
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