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At 1:22pm on April 12, 2009,
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Judith Light Feather
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Hi John,
I noticed that Larry Bell from the Boston Museum of Science will be an Invited participant in the Partnerships for Nano Education Workshops in L.A. later this month. I am sending Miguel Aznar, my co author on the Nano Education k12 book to the meetings as I will be in Colorado meeting with the Denver Nature and Science Museum about exhibits during that time period.
Even though I won't be attending, the workshop is very important for the future of nano education k12 in this country. Please tell Larry Bell that I would like to communicate with both of you after the workshops and I wish him success in the participation. It will take a powerful group such as Dr. James Murday has initiated to move us forward.
Good luck to him,
Judith
At 7:47pm on March 24, 2009,
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At 5:43pm on March 9, 2009,
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Judith Light Feather
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Hi John,

Thanks for the Invitation to be a friend. I have been working with Dr. Anita Goel in Boston and would like to suggest that you video her and other scientists working in nano,bio,physics as holograms that can be part of the Museum of Science to reach the public. Holographic art in museums is the future and many are capable of developing it. If you have an interest in this area, let me know and I will recommend the best company for the project.
Respectfully,
Judith
 
 
 

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