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UW-Madison gets $13 million to study nanotech

than 25 chemists, biologists, physicists and engineers to research directed assembly at the nanoscale. Alongside the development of these assembly processes, researchers also will discuss, examine and evaluate the societal implications of nanotechnology's possible applications.

"We know from past experience that it's no longer appropriate to pursue science without thinking about the soci......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Paul Nealey 09/27/04


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