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December 8th, 2006
Just as with the industrial revolution in the early 19th century, the new technology of the nano revolution promises great potential, but also a lot of unknowns.
More than 100 people gathered Thursday at Winona State University to listen to Johns Hopkins University nano researcher Dr. Tarl Prow discuss the future of nanotechnology and medicine.
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