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December 19, 2018

MIT.nano, a nearly $400 million research facility that will make state-of-the-art nanotech tools available to over 2,000 MIT researchers. “In recent decades, we have gained the ability to see into the nanoscale with breathtaking precision,” says Professor Vladimir Bulović, MIT.nano’s founding director. “This has led to the development of tools and instruments that allow us to design and manipulate matter as nature does, atom by atom and molecule by molecule. MIT.nano has arrived on campus at the dawn of the Nano Age.”

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