Wednesday, October 12, 2011


Greetings LIFEers! Our class was joined again this week by Professor Daniel Kainer from the Montgomery campus of LSCS. Last time we discussed bio-fuels. This time we talked about nanotechnology; technology of things the size of a billionth of a meter. In other words, really really really small man-made things. We're talking building things at the molecular level. Check out his slide show below, and imagine a future time when a doctor can inject us with tiny robots to swim through our bloodstream and destroy cancer cells, or when our power plants are the size of a refrigerator. Better encourage your kids and grand kids to join the science field; it's all happening here and now...!

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