technology and Algae Biofuels Exhibits Open July 26 at the Bradbury Science Museum -->
"We're pleased to open two new exhibits, on some of the Laboratory's latest research, as part of our 70th anniversary year. I'm sure these exhibits will broaden the public's knowledge and appreciation of
"Nanotechnology--The Science of the Small," demonstrates the importance of understanding how nanoparticles work, while "Algae to Biofuels: Squeezing Power from Pond Scum," gives visitors an overview of algae biofuels.
"We developed this exhibit with the
"The Algae to Biofuels exhibit highlights the work of the NMC and algae researchers at the Laboratory, the
"Nanoscience and nanotechnology are exciting new branches of science that have gained an enormous emphasis in our country since the National Nanotechnology Initiative of 2000," said
Visitors will be able to see just how small a nanometer actually is, why research at the nanoscale is important and why nanoparticles behave differently. Laboratory researchers at CINT are exploring all aspects of this new science.
CINT is a
Admission to the
Mensa, an internationally recognized high-IQ society, recently named the
Photo caption for image below: Big possibilities with tiny science! Nanotechnology scientists at Los Alamos study how to design and create structures and materials from nanoparticles.
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