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September 30th, 2003
Nanotechnology in crime prevention and detection
The Conference Centre at Church House, Westminster, London, October 28-9, 2003. ‘Nanotechnology in Crime Prevention and Detection’ is a 2-day conference examining and debating opportunities in nanotechnology that may dramatically change the way crime prevention and detection is approached.
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