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May 4th, 2005

Bucky's Brains

Abstract:
When it comes to the big things, Richard Smalley isn't interested. He doesn't care for his office's gigantic coffee machine. "I hate that thing," says the Rice University professor. And he isn't awed by the massive computer system on campus, which today has denied him an e-mail. Rather, the 61-year-old chemist knows the important things are small.

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