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February 16, 2012 | s1e102

  • Aired: 02/16/2012
  • 30:00
  • Rating: NR
Dr. C. Jeffrey Brinker, UNM Professor in Chemical and Nuclear Engineering, Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, is developing nanoscale materials for curing cancer, microelectronics, and energy harvesting. UNM nursing student Antoinette Russell volunteered to provide medical services to 2500 Africans near the village of Oyugis, Kenya. Viewer Question: “How do we know a meteorite is from Mars?”
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February 16, 2012 | s1e102
February 16, 2012 | s1e102
Nanoscale Materials, UNM Nursing student volunteers in Africa, and Mars Meteorites.
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Produced by New Mexico PBS, each month CONNECT shares the inspired thinking and innovative research of the University of New Mexico. The Producer of CONNECT is Brad Stoddard. The Executive Producer is Michael Kamins. Production support provided by the University of New Mexico.
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