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January 22nd, 2004

Army scientists opening up big possibilities in small packages

Inside the 93-acre Army Research Laboratory in Adelphi, scientists Kevin Kirchner and Matthew Ervin share offices with sophisticated machines that have functions invisible to the human eye -- and indecipherable to most people. "We play lots of tricks with layers of atoms," Kirchner said. "That's why we have all these fancy schmancy machines." The "fancy schmancy machines" let Kirchner, Ervin and other scientists explore the world of nanotechnology.

The Gazette

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