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June 15th, 2006

Nano’s big future at National Geographic

Abstract:
Christine Peterson: Howard Miller brings our attention to a big section on nanotech at National Geographic this month (June 2006 issue). You can get a taste of it on their website, but for the main article, it looks as though you’ll need to get ahold of the dead-tree version.

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