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October 28th, 2009
One of the fathers of nanotechnology will serve as the keynote speaker for a nano-education conference in Danville on Tuesday.
Sir Harry Kroto, who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1996, will address more than 130 educators from the southeastern United States at "NanoTeach 2009."
The conference will give teachers the tools and resources to teach nanoscience from kindergarten through 12th grade. Kroto will also hold a Science Café for the public on Monday night.
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