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March 10th, 2005

Paladin Pictures and MRSEC Awarded for Nanotechnology Film

Abstract:
Paladin Pictures, Inc. and the University of Virginia Materials Research Science & Engineering Center (MRSEC) have received The Communicator Awards’ Award of Distinction for their work on the Nanotechnology film, The Nano Revolution. The annual international competition aims to honor excellence in visual communications, recognizing media productions that exceed industry standards. (Ed.'s Note: includes a great video)

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