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Better microscopes will be instrumental in nanotechnology development

Customizing and combining existing tools may help advance the fledgling field of nanoscience, says Steve Bunk.

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  1. Steve Bunk is a science writer based in New Mexico.

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Bunk, S. Better microscopes will be instrumental in nanotechnology development. Nature 410, 127–128 (2001). https://doi.org/10.1038/35065204

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