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December 29th, 2004

From Robot Olympiads to the World Year of Physics

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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