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February 22nd, 2006
Nanotech Basics for Students
Mike Treder: A few days ago, I had a terrific time meeting with and talking to a bunch of high school students in Toronto, Canada. I was at the World Affairs Conference, a student-run event that annually attracts approximately 700 teenagers from grades 10 to 12. This year's theme was "Blueprint for a New World."
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