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Physics 2000: Science Trek
An illustrated tour of particles, waves and why atoms work the way they do.

"The Evolving Monogram on Many Body Physics"
An in-depth look at the science behind chemistry, metals, materials and more.

"Folding@home" Distributed Computing
Using hundreds of thousands of networked home computers to study nature's nanomachines.

Nanostructures for Nerve Repair
Injectable, self-assembling scaffolds could help heal spinal cords, bones and more.

Learning from Biology
Making new materials the way nature makes shell and bone.

Green Chemistry chem%5Cindex.html
Finding ways to make "stuff" without also making pollution.

NSF Science and Technology Center for Environmentally Responsible Solvents and Processes
This common compound could replace any number of toxic solvents in industry -- and could reduce greenhouse gases in the process.

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