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October 13th, 2004
Bringing Nanotechnology into the High School Classroom
The Cornell NSEC program has established a major new K-12 outreach activity, The Center for Nanoscale Systems Institute for Physics Teachers (CIPT). CIPT is designed to update high school teachers on recent advances in physics, with an emphasis on nanotechnology, and to provide participants with take-home laboratory exercises on this subject for their classrooms.
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