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April 11th, 2005
Teachers learn about nanotechnology
Like most people, third-grade teacher Linda Bilodeau had very little knowledge of nanotechnology before she went to the University of New Hampshire Wednesday. "It was basically all new to me," she said.
But she left with an understanding of how the atomic-scale science could be a big part of the lives of the 8-year-old students she has now at the Peter Woodbury School in Bedford.
University of New Hampshire
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