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March 4th, 2007
If good things come in small packages, a group of UC Riverside researchers are convinced that the smaller that package, the better.
Working on a scale where things are measured in nanometers, these scientists are sometimes manipulating individual molecules in a quest they hope will lead to a new generation of smaller and faster computers, cancer sensors that could travel in the bloodstream, materials that might enhance or regrow nerve tissue, and better solar energy cells, just to name a few applications.
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