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December 27th, 2006
Yellowstone scientists on PBS
Two Montana State University scientists who study heat-loving viruses in Yellowstone National Park will appear nationally in the first episode of a possible new science series for the Public Broadcasting Service.
Wired Magazine is an irreverent publication that focuses on science and technology. The pilot program will be used as a centerpiece for a joint K-12 educational effort focused on nanotechnology with the Thermal Biology Institute and the Center for Bioinspired Nanomaterials.
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