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December 2nd, 2004
Frontiers' First Semester Elicits Mixed Reviews
It has been nearly four months since Frontiers of Science was formally introduced into the Columbia’s Core Curriculum, and the class is still undergoing changes.
Next semester’s curriculum adds lectures on nanotechnology presented by Nobel Laureate Horst Stormer, on nanoscale biology by Julio Fernandez ...
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