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January 2nd, 2007

Educators struggle to add nanotech to curriculum

Abstract:
The Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network is developing and distributing programs aimed at engaging schools in nanoscale science and engineering education, said Carol Lynn Alpert, director of strategic projects at the Museum of Science, Boston, and a coprincipal investigator of the network.

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