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November 30th, 2007
Starting tomorrow, a new exhibit on the UCSB campus will give students and community members an opportunity to see why. The California NanoScience Institute's "Too Small To See-2" is a hands-on exhibit designed at Cornell University to introduce people to the basic concepts of nanotechnology.
At just 1,500 square feet, the exhibit is a smaller - or nano - version of the original "Too Small To See" exhibit, which began a national tour in 2006. The tiny version, on display for the first time at UCSB at Elings Hall, is designed to fit in smaller buildings like local libraries.
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