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October 12th, 2003

Lecture addresses enormous potential of nanotechnology

Abstract:
A prominent physicist will be on the Western Michigan University campus Oct. 20 and 21 to talk about the why the world of the infinitesimal is such a big deal. Dr. J. Thomas Dickinson, the Paul A. Anderson professor of physics and professor of material science at Washington State University, will speak on "The Enormous Little World of Nanotechnology" at 4:15 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, in the Lee Honors College Lounge.

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