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April 11th, 2003
Officially, war kills nano summit; but some suspect it went AWOL
The World Nanotechnology Summit did not take place this week at the Hilton New York. It did not feature 43 of the world's top nanotechnology leaders as speakers. It did not give venture capitalists, lawyers and executives the opportunity to "hear about the latest developments worldwide and to make important new contacts," as its Web site promised.
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