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June 8th, 2005

2005 Toshiba/NSTA ExploraVision Awards Winners Gather in D.C.

Abstract:
Eight national winning student teams of the 13th annual ExploraVision Awards Program will present their incredible inventions and ideas for future technologies. The winning students, ranging from grades K-12, will use prototype models and websites to explain their projects.

(Includes) Visible-Light Photocatalysis: Uses nanotechnology to detoxify and clean polluted water and air.

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