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February 15th, 2005
Nanotechs shine their light on the future
A team of postgraduates from the University of Queensland hopes to ignite a passion for science and technology in primary and secondary school students.
The PhD students, from the university's NanoMaterials Centre, are employing their own youthful enthusiasm along with practical examples of how nanotechnology is used to bring the topic to life.
University of Queensland Nanotechnology and Biomaterials Centre
University of Queensland NanoMaterials Centre
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