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April 14th, 2004

Simulation Maps Nano Patterns

Abstract:
Microscopic machines promise to be useful in manufacturing materials molecule-by-molecule and eventually for applications like targeted drug delivery. But to construct a nanoscale machine you must figure out how to fabricate parts that are not much bigger than molecules. Researchers from the University of Michigan have used a computer simulation to develop a method of chemically building nanoscale patterns on a surface. (more on earlier article)

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