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October 29th, 2004
Nobel winner: Science 'revolution' coming
A chord two millimeters wide strong enough to suspend a car in mid-air may seem like a physical impossibility, but it's the type of product that nano technology and research is on the brink of making a reality.
Dr. Horst L. Stormer, a Columbia University professor and 1998 recipient of the Nobel Prize, said there are a myriad of possibilities being opened up through the study of science on a nano scale.
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