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October 3rd, 2005
In their shiny new laboratories at Purdue University's Birck Nanotechnology Center, scientists are working on a mindbogglingly tiny scale — a realm in which a grain of sand would loom as a mountainous cube.
By manipulating individual atoms and molecules, researchers at the $58.3 million complex hope to create everything from superstrong materials and powerful computers to biosensors that can vastly improve early cancer detection.
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