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January 24th, 2006

All hail invisible machines

Abstract:
Dorothy Illing: "The purpose of this conference is to examine what new devices and what new materials will be enabled once you start to use quantum mechanical rules to assemble things on the atomic and molecular scale," said the University of Queensland's head of quantum nanoscience, Gerard Milburn.

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