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Professor Paul O’Brien from Manchester University returned to inform and entertain us, yet again. Paul led our very first SciBAr on the topic of Nanotechnology and returned to lead our discussion on what’s new in Nanotechnology and discuss with us … Continue reading
This was our first SciBar meeting! Professor Paul O’Brien led the discussion on Nanotechnology. Engines, pumps & scissors the size of molecules – built in billions at nearly zero cost. 65 people attended.