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June 25th, 2009
Researchers at the Science and Technology of Materials Center of the University of Havana recently obtained images of atomic resolution with the first nanotechnology instrument made in Cuba.
The developers of the project told Juventud Tecnica magazine's digital edition that the Scanning Tunneling Microscope (STM) was made by Cuban researchers with the collaboration of the National Autonomous Universidad of Mexico (UNAM) as the first step towards nanotechnology development in the country.
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