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Nanotechnology Video Wins Competition, Scores Big Hit on YouTube

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Photo of Ryan Miyakawa warming up the orchestra before recording The Nano Song.

Ryan Miyakawa warms up the orchestra before recording "The Nano Song." The song became a big hit on YouTube.

Credit: Glory Liu, UC Berkeley


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UC Berkeley junior Glory Liu--a classics and political economy major with three years of classical music training--performed the vocals in "The Nano Song," cheerfully explaining nanotechnology to a band of puppets. Lyrics include the lines, "A million nanometers that are lined up in a row/Are just about as long as a single flake of snow ..."

Credit: Ryan Miyakawa and Patrick Bennett, UC Berkeley

 

Photo of Patrick Bennett and Glory Liu directing the puppets.

Patrick Bennett, an engineering grad student at UC Berkeley, helped produce "The Nano Song" video. Here, he is shown with vocalist Glory Liu directing the puppets.

Credit: Glory Liu, UC Berkeley


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