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March 6th, 2004

Accelrys Hosts Conference to Address Issues in Nanotechnology

Abstract:
AccelrysWorld 2004 - being held at the Hotel Del Coronado on March 8, 2004 - is a scientific conference organized by Accelrys Inc., a leading provider of scientific software solutions based in San Diego. The conference will bring together top scientists from around the world to discuss current issues related to the development of visionary new consumer products and novel drugs and treatments.

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