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February 9th, 2004
Nanotech 2004 conference: No small feat for Boston
Sandip Tiwari has never heard of the conference called Nanotech 2004, but do not assume that is analogous to Tom Brady being oblivious to the Super Bowl. In a month's time, Boston will host the biggest conference in the world that brings together people interested in creating the tiniest structures - according, at least, to the organizers, who say that businesspeople will join academics at the event.
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