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October 21st, 2004
During the 20th century, science unlocked the secrets of the atom, created the computer and unravelled the molecule of life, DNA.
Australians were the first in the world seven years ago to build a nanometre-scale device so sensitive it could detect a sugar cube dissolved in Sydney Harbour.
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