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June 17th, 2005
Imagine the possibilities. Materials with 10 times the strength of steel and only a small fraction of the weight. Shrinking all the information housed at the Library of Congress into a device the size of a sugar cube. Or detecting cancerous tumors when they are only a few cells in size.
That's former President Bill Clinton, in a speech given at Caltech a few years ago when he called for the creation of a U.S. National Nanotechnology Initiative.
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