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May 1st, 2016

Searching for a nanotech self-organizing principle

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One of the frustrations of nanotechnology is that we generally canít make nano materials in large quantities or at low cost, much less both. For the last five years a friend of mine has been telling me this story, explaining that thereís a secret manufacturing method and that heís seen it. Iím beginning to think the guy is right. We may finally be on the threshold of the real nanotech revolution.

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