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January 3rd, 2007
UI professors experiment with nanotechnology
University of Idaho scientists David McIlroy and Giancarlo Corti are working to get a big bounce in real-world applications with tiny springs.
They are building nanosprings that might be used for such things as DNA analysis and nanospring-based gas storage tanks for hydrogen-fueled cars.
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