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August 1st, 2004

Magnifying Nanotechnology

Abstract:
If you've read the Michael Crichton best-selling book, "Prey," in which a research lab creates self-replicating microscopic robots that turn against its creators, you probably view nanotechnology as a mysterious predator waiting to wreak havoc on an unsuspecting society. In this fictitious version, nanotechnology destroys. In the real world, scientist are developing applications based on micro molecules that do indeed have the potential to change the way we live-but for the better.

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