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November 10th, 2009

Nanoweek: cloudy with a chance of ice-cream

Abstract:
Tanaiste Mary Coughlan will launch Nanoweek at the Science Gallery on Thursday. The event runs from 30 November to 4 December and aims to raise awareness of the contribution that nanoscience makes to the Irish economy and society in general. Nanotechnology enabled EUR15 billion in exports last year. The event will include talks from representatives of firms such as Intel. Former Rose of Tralee and UCD science graduate Aoibheann Ni Shuilleabhain will be in the Nano Ice Cream Van, a mobile laboratory which uses nanoscience to produce clouds that rain ice cream.

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