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August 9th, 2005
Major nanotech advance claimed by Ansatus: but is it real?
Christine Peterson: A claim of a big nanotech advance has been received here at Nanodot, and we pass it along for your review and comment. From the Ansatus website: "The dGrids™ technolgy enables researchers to rapidly integrate self-assembled nanoscale structures into their experiments to leverage precise placement with high yields and all for less than the cost of an exotic enzyme kit."
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