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July 27th, 2007
NASA says a new product created by Auburn University shows, well, vision.
NASA Tech Briefs publishers have selected an optical microscope system developed at Auburn University and produced and sold by CytoViva Inc. for a Nano 50 Award.
The annual competition recognizes the most exceptional new products in the nanotechnology field.
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