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October 2nd, 2006

Next hot job: Molecular engineer for nanotechnology

"The software does not currently output data that could drive such machines as, for instance, conventional CAD/CAM software outputs data to drive CNCs [computer numerical control machines]. However, we are developing a feature of the program that will do this for specific types of structures." Mark Sims, CEO of Nanorex


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