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July 27th, 2003

Subatomic science

Abstract:
A nanotechnology forum at Brookhaven College will provide a chance to learn about a growing technology with relevance to everything from computing to the human lifespan. The public is invited on Tuesday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. to the forum, which is presented by Brookhaven's Ellison Miles Geotechnology Institute in partnership with Rice University in Houston. (see "SCIENCE" section)

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