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April 2nd, 2007
Nanotechnology at the Edinburgh International Science Festival
The Edinburgh International Science Festival in Scotland, which started today and runs until April 15, has 14 venues hosting 133 events, all designed to let you explore, discover, debate and wonder at the marvels of science - nanotechnology among them.
One venue, the National Museum of Scotland - Science Zone, hosts an event titled "Extreme Machines": Meet the engineers who work on the smallest nanotechnology machines to the latest wind turbines and learn how to make your own ‘extreme' machine!
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