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April 26th, 2004

Reward for thinking small

Abstract:
Thankfully, there are no sci-fi dangers lurking in the nanotechnology lab being built by Cal State Long Beach physics professor Mladen Barbic. Its purpose is innocent: to explore ways to use nanotechnology the study of super-tiny particles to enhance medical imaging devices so doctors can see individual human cells and molecules. Barbic, a rising star in the field of nanotechnology, was recently awarded a prestigious, $450,223 grant from the National Science Foundation to build a lab with a specialized microscope to see nano-size particles.

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Long Beach Press Telegram

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