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May 2nd, 2003
Workshop on Nanotechnology Grand Challenges in the Environment
A multidisciplinary group of scholars will meet at the NSF May 8-9, 2003, for a visionary planning workshop to discuss how nanotechnology research can be used to protect, inform, manage and improve the environment and how potential harm from nanotechnology can be studied and prevented.
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