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October 30th, 2003
Imaging and Imagining Nanoscience & Engineering
This Conference will explore theoretical, pictorial and textual representations of nanoscale science and engineering (NSE) from cross-disciplinary perspectives, including microscopy, molecular modeling, scientific illustration, philosophy, science studies, art theory, and literature studies. With new imaging techniques, such as STM and AFM, the rapid emergence of NSE is inherently linked to visual representations. The public’s perception of NSE is influenced by high-gloss popular science images of the nanoscale.
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