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March 16th, 2006
At its maturity, experts say the science of nanotechnology could one day spur breakthrough cures for cancer and other diseases. Until that long-awaited day, consumers are likely to experience nanotechnology in more pedestrian ways – perhaps by chewing chocolate-flavored gum or buying diamonds cultured in labs, not mined from the Earth.
Those are among hundreds of available consumer products being spawned as companies manipulate matter at the atomic level, according to The Project on Emerging Nanotechnologies, a Washington, D.C. initiative associated with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.
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