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October 15th, 2003
Connecticut Establishes Leadership in Nanotechnology
As Governor Rowland's newly proclaimed Nanotechnology Week, October 12-18th, kicks off in Connecticut, nationally-known leaders in the nanotech field, industry elite, academic and government researchers, will meet at the University of Connecticut this Thursday, October 16th for the State's first-ever, one-day Nanotechnology Symposium. This Symposium is being hosted by the Connecticut Nanotech Initiative (CNI) and is intended to educate Connecticut's businesses, governmental leaders and educators about the impact of nanotechnology and help propel Connecticut to a position of leadership in this emerging and important field.
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