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June 5th, 2003
Nanotechnology conference a big success
"Nanotechnology can and will be applied to almost everything we make," said College of Engineering Dean Paul Peercy during his introduction to UW-Madison's first conference on nanotechnology, held May 30 and 31 on the engineering campus.
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