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March 24th, 2006

Prof urges students to get small

Abstract:
Gregory Holland, OCCC engineering professor, said hes excited about small matters nano particles. A hands-on program dealing with nano particles is planned to begin in fall 2007.

(Ed.'s note: "... and about 100,000 nanometers can fit on a single hair." actually, nanometers aren't "things," they are a unit of measure, which is probably what the writing student meant. See our Basics for details.)

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