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July 5th, 2006

Grasp nanotechnology at Exploratorium

Abstract:
Rockwell is the conceptualist behind the San Francisco science museum's new Nanoscape exhibit and on Saturday he wants to see hundreds of hands lacing thousands of "atoms" into a structure that will scrape the ceiling of the cavernous exhibition space to illustrate an object smaller than, as he says, "a fraction of a speck." By building big, visitors will get a glimpse of complexity in a landscape of the very small.

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