October 22, 2010 - Stanford professor Kathryn Moler lectures on nanotechnology and the opportunities for innovation it provides. She discusses its use in building organic solar cells as well as its potential to improve medical care.
This lecture was part of the "Classes Without Quizzes" series during the 2010 Reunion Homecoming Weekend at Stanford University. This weekend was sponsored by the Stanford Alumni Association and featured many lectures and opportunities for alumni to enjoy the resources of Stanford.
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