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November 2nd, 2004
Wonderfest science festival
Bay Area students and scientists will come together to explore science and satisfy their inquisitive nature at the sixth annual Wonderfest at Stanford University and the University of California-Berkeley Nov. 6-7.
Each day includes a series of 90-minute "debates," (including) "Will Nanotechnology Change the World?" with Stanford biophysicist Steven Block and UC-Berkeley physicist Alex Zettl.
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