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April 13th, 2006
Evolution? Or Revolution?
Mike Treder: In an online news story, James Murday, from the Nanoscale Science Engineering and Technology Subcommittee of the US National Science and Technology Council, says:
"Nanoscience is going to impact both commercial and military uses. From a security and defense perspective, the United States prides itself and wants to be ahead of the technology."
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