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 ^Project Year^Project Title^ Participants^ Summary| ^Project Year^Project Title^ Participants^ Summary|
-|2017|Graphene nanotechnology| |You will build a nanoelectronic device out of a single sheet of graphene. You'll get hands-on experience building microscopic structures, and using powerful measurement tools like an atomic force microscope.|+|2017|Graphene nanotechnology|Chris and Ian|You will build a nanoelectronic device out of a single sheet of graphene. You'll get hands-on experience building microscopic structures, and using powerful measurement tools like an atomic force microscope.|
 |2016|Nanotechnology:​ Carbon-based electronics|Ryan and Deven|You will build a transistor out of a single carbon nanotube. First we'll build an accurate scale model of the transistor, then we'll make the real thing. You'll get hands-on experience with the same processes that are used to make computer chips, and with microscopes that are powerful enough to see carbon nanotubes.| |2016|Nanotechnology:​ Carbon-based electronics|Ryan and Deven|You will build a transistor out of a single carbon nanotube. First we'll build an accurate scale model of the transistor, then we'll make the real thing. You'll get hands-on experience with the same processes that are used to make computer chips, and with microscopes that are powerful enough to see carbon nanotubes.|
 |2015|Nanotechnology:​ Carbon-based electronics|Evelyn and Polina|You will build a transistor out of a single carbon nanotube. First we'll build an accurate scale model of the transistor, then we'll make the real thing. You'll get hands-on experience with the same processes that are used to make computer chips, and with microscopes that are powerful enough to see carbon nanotubes.| |2015|Nanotechnology:​ Carbon-based electronics|Evelyn and Polina|You will build a transistor out of a single carbon nanotube. First we'll build an accurate scale model of the transistor, then we'll make the real thing. You'll get hands-on experience with the same processes that are used to make computer chips, and with microscopes that are powerful enough to see carbon nanotubes.|

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