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April 27th, 2004

Molecular Industry book donation plan for schools worldwide

Abstract:
The aim is to educate young people on future issues of nanotechnology and the way to molecular industry. First book donation program over 100,000 books. To creat a generation who can make informed choices about their future and the impact of new and disruptive technologies like nanotechnology and the converging markets
nanotechnology - biotechnology - cognitive science and information is the aim of this program.

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