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May 12th, 2004
'Traveling Time Machine' gives kids a peak at possible 'nanofutures'
Amid some of the most cutting-edge innovations and mind-boggling theories the world has yet to offer, it wasn't difficult for Tanner Flack to decide what he liked best. "All the toys," Tanner, 11, a fifth-grader at Aberdeen's May Overby Elementary, said with a smile. But these weren't your average action figures and teddy bears. Kids like Tanner were manipulating a miniature Mars Rover and utilizing nanotechnology to "save the life" of a virtual patient Monday.
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