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June 3rd, 2006
Celebrating the science of small
The campus community filled the Arts Lecture Hall room 116 on the leisurely Friday afternoon of May 19 as arts and cutting-edge science came together to host Prof. Dr. John C. Polanyi, revered winner of the 1986 Nobel Prize in chemistry, during the one-day event of 2006 Ontario Nano Symposium.
Coining the term "nanoscale printing press," Dr. Polanyi's research strives to potentially print electronic circuits molecule by molecule, a milestone heralded to spearhead the next drive towards miniaturization.
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