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June 21st, 2006

Everything is animated

Abstract:
Howard Lovy: Nanorex Inc., the world’s first developer of tools for the design, simulation and analysis of atomically precise molecular machine systems, will launch its educational outreach program by placing an early pre-release version of its powerful molecular modeling software at the fingertips of some of California’s brightest high school students.

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Howard Lovy's NanoBot

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