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September 14th, 2006
Surprisingly, nanotechnology multimedia actually looks useful
Christine Peterson: We at Foresight see a lot of nanotech websites and books of limited usefulness, to put it nicely. For quite a while I’ve been getting ads for an online multimedia library on nanotechnology from Nanopolis, and ignoring them.
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