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October 26th, 2005

U.S. Scientists Doing MM

Abstract:
Mike Treder: Is anyone doing actual lab work on molecular manufacturing?

We're often asked that question, and now we have a positive answer: The research group at Rice University that produced the nanocar. Their reported goal is to "build tiny trucks that could carry atoms and molecules around in miniature factories."

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