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December 29th, 2004

From Robot Olympiads to the World Year of Physics

Abstract:
Various organizations involved in nanotechnology are stepping up efforts to communicate with the public about the technology of the extremely small. The National Science Foundation, a major force in federal nanotech funding, is including in its public lecture series such topics as "What's New in Nanoscale Structures: Fluctuations and Entropy" by University of Maryland physicist Ellen Williams (February 28), and "Biomaterials for Human Repair" by Northwestern University materials scientist Samuel Stupp (April 18).

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