Grant awarded to fund area nanoscale exhibit (The Ithaca (N.Y) Journal)
ITHACA -- The National Science Foundation awarded $1.8 million to fund the building of a Sciencenter museum exhibit on nanoscale science and engineering.
Announced earlier this month by Cornell University, the grant is awarded to Main Street Science, the education program of Cornell's Nanobiotechnology Center; the Sciencenter, and Painted Universe, a design/ fabrication firm in Lansing.
With the $1.8 million, the Nanobiotechnology Center and Painted Universe will design and build a 3,500 square-foot exhibition entitled "Too Small to See," which will be housed at the Sciencenter. More here
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