Scientists are now able to manipulate matter at a molecular level and are working to create tiny mechanisms that have the potential to bring about the next technological revolution. A panel talks about the technology and how it could transform a range of scientific fields.

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  • James Ellenbogan principal scientist, nanosystems group, Mitre Corporation
  • Ellen Williams physics professor at University of Maryland
  • Don Eigler IBM Almaden Research Center
  • Carlo Montemagno professor of bioengineering at Cornell University

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