Nanoscience and nanotechnologies

An introduction to the strange new world of Nanoscience, narrated by Stephen Fry.

This film was produced for the NANOYOU Project as a resource for young
people, teachers and anyone interested to get a quick introduction to
Nanoscience.

Through its five chapters this short film gives an insight to what
nanoscience is, it presents some examples of properties of the nanoscale
that we find in nature and shows some of the nanotechnology
applications we may have in the future.


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Comment by TINC on October 2, 2010 at 1:30pm

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Comment by shereen anjum on October 2, 2010 at 12:19pm
ohh thanx 4 dis invitation....can i ve the video of dis.....

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