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March 7th, 2007

U of T prof invited to explain nanotech solar energy system

Abstract:
It's not often that a professor at the University of Toronto gets to share the stage with a former U.S. president, a legendary singer-songwriter and a knighted billionaire.

Nanotechnology expert Ted Sargent, whose U of T team is developing a better way to capture solar energy, will get that chance tomorrow at the annual Technology, Entertainment and Design conference in Monterey, Calif.

The exclusive four-day gathering brings together the planet's top political, business, academic and celebrity "thinkers" - all of them determined in their own way to save the world.

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