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September 28th, 2006
The heir apparent to Rick Smalley?
Eric Berger: ... if you asked me at this moment for Smalley's heir in Texas, I would probably have to go with Ray Baughman, director of the NanoTech Institute at the University of Texas at Dallas. He and his colleagues seem to have the magic touch right now.
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