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December 12th, 2007
Even space is no limit for the young
Silla Sameera of DAV Public School, Berhampur, has highlighted nanotechnology for space missions.
She has tried to draw a concept that would use nanotechnology for making robots which would replace astronomers in repairing satellites.
The idea, she said, was of her own. The top 10 makers of the project would be felicitated today by Science and Technology Minister Sanjiv Sahoo, coinciding with the birth anniversary celebration of Pathani Samanta.
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