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February 15th, 2007
Mitchell Fourman, Stony Brook University. Home: Stony Brook, N.Y. Majors: History, chemical engineering. As an undergraduate researcher working on compounding nanocomposite materials with exposure to supercritical fluids, mentors high school student researchers.
Troy Ruths, Washington University in St. Louis. Home: Sugar Land, Texas. Major: Computer science. Developed animation, wrote games and programmed flash content for NanoKids e-book, a curriculum designed to teach middle-school kids about nanotechnology.
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