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January 22nd, 2004
Nanotechnology reviewed at conference
Imagine a world where you would never have to wash a window again, where clothes would be stain-free. It's soon coming through a developing field of science called nanotechnology. In the 1968 movie "The Graduate," Dustin Hoffman's character was told the future was in plastics. Today's graduate would be told nanotechnology. And it was on the lips of many speakers at the recent winter conference of the Maryland Economic Development Association, attended by 180 people.
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