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July 24th, 2003

10th Annual MIT R&D Conference

Abstract:
Parachutes made of spider silk? Nanostructures that fold up like origami? Remote-controlled molecules equipped with tiny antennas? These and other remarkable achievements are all percolating at one MIT lab or another, but keeping track of them can be a full-time job in itself. Fortunately, industry professionals can catch up on what's new and notable at a single annual event: the MIT R&D Conference. (PDF)

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