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January 20th, 2005
Pittsburgh scientists see a wide open future in using nanotechnology to make a new generation of products that are not only smaller, but cleaner, stronger, lighter and more precise.
"The huge vision for nanotechnology is that we'll be able to make new and disruptive technologies for everything from electronics to medicine to manufacturing," said nanotechnology expert Richard McCullough, dean of Carnegie Mellon University's College of Science.
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