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March 18th, 2004

NanoCenter to feature weekly lectures series

Abstract:
Today USC will begin playing host to the S.C. Citizens' School of Nanotechnology, a series of Wednesday night lectures sponsored by the USC NanoCenter at Sumwalt College. The lectures, which will be conducted at 7 p.m. to a group of about 40 participants, will focus on the potential societal importance of nanotechnology in a way potential consumers will be able to understand. The lecturers - Cathy Murphy, Davis Baird, Donna Chen, Robert Best, Jonathan Fletcher and Steve Lynn - represent the departments of chemistry and biochemistry, philosophy and English, as well as the School of Medicine, and are members of the USC faculty nationally respected for its expertise in the field of nanotechnology.

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