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February 18th, 2005
A Mason finds his muse
Jack Mason has written about micro and nanotechnology for Technology Review, Salon.com, and the publication you are now reading. But mere words from the small world weren't enough for him.
The veteran journalist decided to broaden his palette through an online store on eBay called Nanotechno Fine Arts. The Web boutique shows and sells his images based on molecular engineering.
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