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July 25th, 2007
Today, we can experience Nano Journeys, an interactive tour into the worlds of the micro- and nano-cosmos. Three different tours lets us scale down into the human arm, into a computer processor, or into the LED of a car's headlight to discover the smallest dimensions of our universe.
The latter journey is part of an information campaign by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research to inform the larger audience about the research and everyday impact of nanotechnology.
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