September 6, 2000   

   Nano-scale jets possible
A simulation shows the way to make jets as small as six nanometers in diameter. Think of microscopic inkjet printers making integrated circuits or injecting drugs directly into individual cells. Full story
Software squeezes 3-D data
Bulky 3-D graphics get slimmed down for Internet access by a variation of image compression technology.

DNA strands form nano-machine
Mix together the right DNA strands and you can open and close a nano-scale "tweezer."

Scaled links make nets navigable
It's not who you know but where they live that can help you get places.

Magnetic interface photographed
Microscopic imaging reveals the magnetic mysteries that lie inside disk drive platters.

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