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"Small Wonders" - Scenes from NSF's Nanotechnology
All photos: Peter West/National Science Foundation
at NSF's "Small Wonders" nanotechnology
symposium fill the auditorium at the Ronald
Reagan Building in Washington, DC.
remarks, NSF Director Rita R. Colwell
talks about the promise of nanoscale science
and engineering research.
speaker, Dr. Richard E. Smalley, describes
the "wet/dry" frontier of nanotechnology.
at a morning panel, "... From Materials
of the University of Illinois, makes a
presentation during the session "Devices,
Instrumentation, and Electronics."
Participants in the closing
panel discussion: "Issues & Implications
of Nanotechnology for Society. (From left
to right: moderator Joseph Bordogna, NSF;
Horst Störmer, Nobel Laureate, Columbia
University, Lucent Technologies; Richard
Smalley, Nobel Laureate, Rice University;
Arunava Majumdar, University of California,
Berkeley; Robert Westervelt, Harvard University;
and Samuel Stupp, Northwestern University.)
hall outside of the amphitheater during
a break in the program.
crew tapes a demonstration of Digital
Instruments-Veeco Metrology Group's "NanoMan",
a system enabling manipulation of nano-scale
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