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Using Nanotechnologies In Biotech and Medicine
Nanomaterials are More Than the Sum of Tiny Parts
- Of the 2004 global investment of $8.6 billion in nanotechnology, the earliest real payoffs may come from the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. Materials that exist in nanospace (generally defined as in the range of 100 nanometers to 0.1 nanometers) are not only smaller, but have entirely different physical ...
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