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August 12th, 2006

Nanotechnology software enables students

Abstract:
Christine Peterson: High school students in the COSMOS program were treated to an early version of the NanoEngineer-1 modeling software for atomically-precise nanotechnology. Foresight Director of Education Miguel Aznar reported to Nanorex president Mark Sims on the nanotech course results.

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