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Press Release 10-033
Take a Nanooze Break

New Epcot Center exhibition brings nano to the masses

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Photo of the marquee banner for the Take a Nanooze Break exhibition.

The marquee banner for the Take a Nanooze Break exhibition.

Credit: Carl Batt, Cornell


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Photo of the Take a Nanooze Break exhibit at the INNOVENTIONS at Epcot in Buena Vista, Fla.

The Take a Nanooze Break exhibition at INNOVENTIONS at Epcot at the Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Credit: Carl Batt, Cornell


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Photo of a visitor engaging the activities at Too Small to See, a precursor traveling exhibition.

A visitor engages the activities at Too Small to See at Epcot®, a precursor traveling exhibition that helped pave the way for Take a Nanooze Break.

Credit: Carl Batt, Cornell


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Iluustration showing green light stimulating diamond defects to emit one red photon at a time.

A Harvard-based team has manufactured a matrix of diamond nanowires with defects called nitrogen vacancies. When stimulated with green light, these defects emit one red photon at a time. Such a construct is promising for the new field of quantum computing. Learn more in one of the most recent NSF press releases on nanotechnology, For Nanowires, Nothing Sparkles Quite Like Diamond.

Credit: Zina Deretsky, National Science Foundation


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