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January 17th, 2005
It's All Material
You could say that materials define history as much as humans do. Stone, bronze, steel, and silicon and our capacity to use them in tools have charted the course of man’s evolution.
Our steady, materials-based progress is now on the verge of sharp acceleration. Recent developments in nanotechnology mean researchers are no longer limited to the elements that nature creates they now have the potential to start at the molecular level and fashion exactly the materials they need to solve a problem.
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