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September 17th, 2004

Nanotech News

Abstract:
We'll talk about the latest in nanotechnology -- tiny tubes and tiny wires that could have a big impact. We'll find out why scientists are excited about a vibrating tube of carbon, and how nanowires could be used to detect and identify viruses. (Audio 33:30) (more on earlier article)

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