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December 6th, 2006
Slowly but surely, nanoscience is making its way into many of the products in the world today.
Essentially, nanoscience refers to the manipulation of individual atoms and molecules as measured on the nanometer scale, which translates to one billionth of a meter. Nano pioneers say that materials, such as carbon composite graphite, can be made lighter yet stronger through nano processing.
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