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October 9th, 2006

Viruses begin to do nanotechnology construction at MIT

Abstract:
Christine Peterson: From the Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Awards for 2006, MIT’s Angela Belcher and colleagues are using viruses to build at the molecular level.

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