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September 27th, 2004
While the work of nanotechnology will be invisible to end-users, it will affect all aspects of their lives, including areas like health, electronics, environment and also in manufacturing processes.
In an interview with The New Paper, Dr Meyya Meyyappan, director at the NASA Center for Nanotechnology, Ames Research Center, said that nanotechnology is still in its developmental stage but is set to take off in a big way by the next decade.
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