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March 11th, 2007
Look within to find answers for all problems, saints say. Perhaps, almost similar is the hope of scientists: that working at tiny things in nano-scale can help us achieve many things inconceivable in the past.
"One can start arranging molecules to achieve the functions of a complex machine. A future with controlled molecular assemblies of this kind, the molecular nanotechnology, will revolutionise everything - from food to thought will change with this newly acquired power," writes T. Pradeep in Nano: The Essentials, from Tata McGraw-Hill ( http://www.tatamcgrawhill.com ) .
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