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July 3rd, 2006

Microscopic U.S. flag comes from experiment in nanotechnology

Abstract:
Imagine singing "Oh, say, can you see" to a flag you can't see. That's what graduate students at the University of Texas at Dallas had in mind when they created the likeness of an American flag so small it would take more than 10 to span the width of a human hair.

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