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March 27th, 2005
Scouts share university-size lesson on tiny things
It may not earn them a merit badge, but that didn't stop the Boy Scouts of Lake Zurich Troop 309 from inviting a group of Girl Scouts to a science lab.
For three years, the scouts have visited Northwestern University to learn about nanotechnology, the process of developing microminiature structures.
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