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September 21st, 2004

Lexington workshop says nanotech next big thing

Abstract:
The next big thing in manufacturing is likely to involve something very small. That's the buzz at the International Workshop on Nanomaterials, where industry, university and government researchers concluded a two-day meeting yesterday discussing how the use of microscopic bits of assorted materials can lead to better products and performance.

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