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CRANN and Science Gallery celebrate launch of Nanoweek 2012 with Magical Materials Exhibition

CRANN, the Science Foundation Ireland funded nanoscience institute based at Trinity College Dublin, today celebrated the launch of Nanoweek 2012 with the opening of a new exhibition jointly developed with Science Gallery.

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CRANN Image Competition 2012

Thanks to all who entered this year's competition. The standard was very high and the following are the top four.

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Australian playwright wins STAGE, Prestigious International Script Writing Competition

Australian playwright, Alana Valentine, as been announced as the winner of STAGE for her play "Ear to the Edge of Time" as the best new play about science and technology. The play was chosen by a panel of six Pulitzer and Nobel Prize winners.   Ms Valentine will be given her award at a staged reading of the play on the 21st of October at the Samuel Beckett Theatre, in Trinity College Dublin.

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CRANN’s tribute to the Olympics

The stage is set for the Olympics but in this adventure we uncover the plight of the NanOlympians, graphene and carbon nanotubes, who are fighting to be more involved in the Olympic Games.


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CRANN researchers discuss new materials on RTE's Science Squad

Prof Jonathan Coleman and Post Graduate Arlene O'Neill are interviewed about the work that is being carried out in CRANN on developing innovative methods for the production of new materials that could be used to strengthen everyday plastics.


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