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February 18th, 2005
The practice of partnering computer simulations with real-world experiments is becoming more vital as scientists delve deeper into the potential of nantechnology, according to a US scientist.
"We cannot use the way physical systems behave on the large scale to predict what will happen when we go to levels only a few atoms in size,” Uzi Landman, professor of physics at the Georgia Institute of Technology. “But we know the rules of physics, and we can use them to create model environments in which we can discover new phenomena through high-level computer-based simulations."
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