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July 6th, 2004

Professor achieves nanotech advances

Abstract:
Size does matter, or at least distance does, according to University chemistry professor Jim Hutchison's research. Last month, Hutchison and his team at the Oregon Nanoscience and Microtechnologies Institute made a scientific breakthrough when they discovered a method to control the spacing between nanoparticles. (more on earlier article)

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Oregon Daily Emerald

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