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January 18th, 2006

Why You Should Love Polymers

Abstract:
Karen Skolfield: It's James Watkins, one of five faculty that I interview to learn more about polymers, who asks if I know what a polymer is. I flub the answer because the first embarrassing thought that comes to mind is a line from the film The Graduate: “Just one word: Plastics.”

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