I am a science teacher working with the PREM Program at Jackson State University (Jackson, MS). I am in the process of creating an exhibit at the Museum of Natural Science in Jackson, MS. Along with me, other teachers are in the process of creating lesson plans in Nanoscience and doing research in Nanoscience. I am really interested in obtaining some paper buckeyballs for the exhibit. In November, Harold Koto will speak at JSU and at the Museum of Natural Science. I need any help the I can get-any free information and materials.
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