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George Lisensky

Beloit College
1. ABCs of Nanotechnology 2. Multiple Representations of Chemical Models
George Lisensky is a chemistry professor at Beloit College. He develops laboratory experiments and demonstrations for teaching college level science. He has presented many nanotechnology or materials science workshops for chemists, physicists, and engineers, including week long sessions as part of the NSF Center for Workshops in the Chemical Sciences. At Beloit College he teaches an undergraduate nanotechnology course.
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