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The American Chemical Society's YouTube channel called Bytesize Science recently featured a few of our NanoCenter members to celebrate the 25th anniversary of National Chemistry Week. The topic is nanotechnology today and chemistry's involvement. NanoCenter members Dr. Brian Eichhorn, Dr. Janice Reutt-Robey, and PhD student Alexandra Brozena cover fuel cell advances, organic solar cells, and issues faced when working with carbon nanotubes.

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