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January 9th, 2004

'It's a Nano World' after all

Abstract:
The world too small to see is revealed in a traveling science museum exhibition, "It's a Nano World," which is on view at Innoventions at Epcot in Lake Buena Vista, Fla., through March 1. It is the first exhibit at Innoventions to highlight nanotechnology. "Nanotechnology, innovation on the molecular scale, will impact our lives in very big ways, as Innoventions guests will experience at this extraordinary exhibition," says Barry Van Deman, section head for science literacy at the National Science Foundation.

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