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The report aired Wed, Nov 23 and includes Prof. Fuhrer and Maryland NanoCenter Director Prof. Rubloff giving insight into the rapidly developing field of nanoscale science and technology. Also shown are scenes from Prof. Ghodssi's MSAL laboratory and Prof. Takeuchi's Keck Laboratory. Click here for more details via link to the ECE website.. Watch streaming video of the report by choosing Broadband or Narrowband below the picture.

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November 23, 2005


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