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November 17th, 2003

B.C. urged to think big about thinking small

It's time for British Columbia to start thinking big about thinking small, say the organizers of the B.C. Nanotechnology Conference set for Vancouver next week. When the 125 invited scientists, technologists, educators, government representatives and venture capitalists gather Nov. 20 they'll be talking about just what B.C.'s role will be in what they call the nano-scale revolution.

Vancouver Sun

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