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September 9th, 2010

Editorial: Choices for Congress

Abstract:
Michael Stopa, a Harvard physicist specializing in nanotechnology, brings an interesting resume - none of it involving public service - to the table, but his casual attitude toward global climate change is disappointing.

Source:
milforddailynews.com

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