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November 11th, 2003

Nano*High

Abstract:
Nano*High is a series of free Saturday morning lectures and laboratory tours sponsored by UC's Berkeley Lab, for High School students of all interests and teachers of all subjects - no science background needed. Meet and talk with world-renowned UC Professors and Berkeley Lab scientists and graduate students. Learn about their research into the world of the ultra small and how it will affect our future. All talks will be held at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory at 10am in the Building 66 auditorium.

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