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Bozeman students explore science at tiniest scale

Montana State University NanoDays
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Ky Mickelsen, 23, a chemistry graduate student at Montana State University, left, helps Logan Reardon, 11, a fifth-grader at Whittier Elementary, tie balloons while building a life-size carbon nano-tube during MSU's NanoDays event on Thursday, April 11, at Montana State University.

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Fifth-grade students from Whittier Elementary watch a demonstration on nano-gravity forces during MSU's NanoDays event on Thursday, April 11, at Montana State University.

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Fifth-grade students from Whittier Elementary watch a demonstration on nano-color spectrum changes during MSU's NanoDays event on Thursday, April 11, at Montana State University.

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Jacob Robison, 23, a chemistry graduate student at Montana State University, center right, shows an example of carbon molecules to fifth-grade students from Whittier Elementary during MSU's NanoDays event on Thursday, April 11, at Montana State University.

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Liam Bailey, 11, left, and Wyatt Amende, 11, fifth-grade students from Whittier Elementary play in life-size nano-tubes during MSU's NanoDays event on Thursday, April 11, at Montana State University.

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Welcome to Nano Land.

Montana State University students and professors created hands-on exhibits and experiments Thursday to teach elementary students and members of the public about the emerging field of nano science – the study of very, very tiny things.

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