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June 10th, 2010

“Oceans”: it’s what keeps us working toward nanotech

For many of us, it's our desire to preserve and restore the environment that brought us into the work of pursuing molecular nanotechnology in the first place. How do we keep going over the decades that this goal is taking to accomplish?

One way is to restore our enthusiasm for the goal through films such as "Oceans", the documentary now showing in mainstream movie theaters.


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