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Berkeley junior Glory Liu performed the vocals in "The Nano Song."

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

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