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February 3rd, 2004
The little things count at Md. nanotech
Maryland technology development leaders put nanotechnology - the engineering of materials at the atomic and molecular levels - on center stage Tuesday. The Maryland Technology Development Corp. highlighted research done at Adelphi's Army Research Laboratory in its latest showcase, designed to forge partnerships between companies, entrepreneurs and federal government scientists.
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