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From the Materials Research Science and Engineering Center on Nanostructured Materials and Interfaces at the University of Wisconsin-Madison comes this dynamic site. At its core, the site introduces visitors to the tools that allow us to "see" atoms, play with them, and create a variety of "nano-architectural wonders." The site offers a substantial amount of information that supports the user's understanding of how customization of materials can create everything from "atomic trampolines to DNA to ferrofluids to semiconductors that give off blue light!" With pages created for a range of audiences, from the general public and K-12 to higher education faculty, the site offers something for anyone interested in the topic.
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