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October 24th, 2003

Engineering School aims to stir interest in nanotech

Abstract:
Unbreakable golf balls, paper-thin plasma TV screens and video-stream cell phones have one thing in common -- they are all made possible by nanotechnology. Penn celebrated this quickly expanding branch of engineering yesterday with poster displays, Philadelphia pretzels and informative PowerPoint slide shows during Nanotechnology Day, held in the Towne Building.

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