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March 15th, 2004

Granite center is set in stone

Abstract:
Remember high school biology? For some, it was the first time since second grade that they used real animals in science class. Most students dissected dead frogs to learn about anatomy. The lucky ones got to use cats. Child's play, say Granite School District officials. If all goes according to plan, Granite's high school students will plunge into the atomic world of nanotechnology - where researchers arrange atoms and molecules to create microminiature machines.

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Salt Lake Tribune

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