The Nature of Things | Season 2011-2012, Episode 3 | Oct 27, 2011 | 45:13

The Nano Revolution: Will Nano Save the Planet?

The Nature of Things explores an exciting new technological frontier - nanotechnology's environmental potential for energy, pollution and consumer solutions.

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