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May 24th, 2005

Stanford software brings precision and practicality to nanotechnology

Although mechanical engineering Assistant Professor Kyeongjae Cho works with theory and software simulations, it is in his Multiscale Simulation Laboratory where nanoscience and nanotechnology get real. That's because Cho's emphasis is not on speculation about fanciful applications in the distant future but on building a framework for productive research today. This summer he plans to make nanotechnology simulation software developed in his lab freely available for academic use through, a site funded by the National Science Foundation.


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