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Nanotechnology Project Opens at Disney World

March 16, 2010

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A new long-term exhibit at Walt Disney World's INNOVENTIONS at Epcot® opened last month to educate the public about nanotechnology and the science of the very small. Take a Nanooze Break features a number of interactive activities that allow visitors to explore common objects at the nanometer scale, manipulate models of molecules and interact with scientists and engineers who conduct the latest nanotechnology research. Full Story


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