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May 12th, 2006

Hopkins gets in on something very small

Abstract:
The Johns Hopkins University hopes to be at the forefront with its new Institute for NanoBioTechnology, which officially launches Monday. A coalition of more than 100 faculty and staff members will focus on solving medical problems by manipulating the tiniest of instruments and organisms.

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