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June 7th, 2004

Nanotechnology Film Wins Top Telly Animation Honors

Abstract:
Top award for video animation at the 2004 international Telly Awards has gone to two Concord (Massachusetts) creative firms, working together to create a film for MIT's exciting new nanotechnology laboratory. DigiNovations' North Bridge Productions and Boston Animation paired up to design and create the film, which shows the work of MIT scientists and engineers at the molecular scale to create exotic new materials and devices to protect U.S. soldiers.

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