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April 29th, 2005
David Tomanek, a physics professor at Michigan State University, said the future demands nanotechnology, which he defined as "self-assembly at the atomic level."
"Nanotechnology wants to imitate the method of nature. Like a flower seed, we put it into the ground, put water, and beautiful flowers come out. We wish the computer to self-assemble that way," Tomanek said.
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