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December 11th, 2003
Nano Europe goes down to the crossroads
Trieste, the place some have called the Austrian city with an Italian address, has become the temporary home for more than 1,000 nanophiles this week. The city welcomed participants of the four-day EuroNanoForum, in the best way it knew how: by bringing in the bora. Thatís the infamous wind that would put Chicago to shame. It blows very hard Ė the record stands at 144 miles an hour. Itís so powerful, that the city used to keep ropes on the streets so that people could hold on to them whenever the bora came to visit.
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