The Giant of Nanoscience

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Thanks for watching this episode of SciShow! And thank you again to The Kavli Prize for supporting this episode. The Kavli Prize in Nanoscience is awarded for outstanding achievement in advancing our understanding of atomic, molecular and cellular structures. To learn more about Dr. Dresselhaus work, you can visit her page:

Mildred Dresselhaus was a giant in the field of nanoscience. She didn’t invent anything you have in your home right now, but she made it possible for us to have self-charging phones, smarter refrigerators, and more.

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