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October 4th, 2004
During the middle of the 1970s, few people could imagine that hundreds of circuits could operate on a piece of silicon no larger than a dime. Nor could they comprehend a microscopic-sized device that could be used to detect toxins in water or air.
Wednesday, Cornell will dedicate Duffield Hall, which alone represents an $58.5 million investment in nanotechnology.
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