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July 7th, 2004

Nanotechnologists see big things through the looking glass

Abstract:
Churning and drifting through the world's oceans indeed in any place where there is water are diatoms: single-celled, planktonic algae. It is the astounding geometric shapes of these frustules and their elaborate pore patterns that attract nanotechnologists, who see them as ideal models for nano-scale gears, optics or various kinds of microfilters.

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