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July 6th, 2005

U of Maryland Gets an 'A' For Its Nanotechnology Research

Abstract:
If you get them going, the University of Maryland academics who are devoting their days to nanotechnology research will spout off dozens of ways their chosen field could someday change the world.

Drug delivery will be accurate enough to target specific proteins within cells. Solar panels will be powerful enough to replace fossil fuels as our primary energy source. Chemical sensors will be small enough and cheap enough to be scattered in public spaces, detecting toxins before any damage is done.

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