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February 11th, 2005
Molecular manufacturing: Who needs it, and why?
Blogger Adam Keiper (Managing editor of The New Atlantis) reports "Today’s presentations before the National Research Council committee studying advanced nanotechnology concluded with a trio of panelists describing their research and offering their assessment of the current state of the artin advanced nanotechnology."
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