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November 14th, 2005

Nanotechnology captures imagination

Abstract:
Imagine being able to take a pill that knows exactly where what ails you is hiding in your body and then commences to attack and destroy that ailment. Imagine having the computing power of a supercomputer in a device the size of a cell phone or being able to manipulate atoms into any shape to create anything.

While it may sound like the best parts of your favorite science fiction story, all of these things could be possible in the next 15-20 years as scientists continue to make great leaps into the world of nanotechnology.

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