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February 12th, 2004
World's largest science meeting begins in Seattle
The world's largest general science meeting begins today in Seattle, bringing together researchers, policy-makers, journalists and the interested public to discuss everything from global warming and gravity waves to Idaho's cloned mules and the science of love.The conference begins today with a seminar, open only to paid registrants, on the field of nanotechnology.
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