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April 29th, 2004
Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum 2004
Berkeley Nanotechnology Forum 2004, a day-long conference designed to bring together University of California, Berkeley, students, alumni and Bay Area professionals interested in nanotechnology. The forum will feature realistic near-term applications in nanotechnology, as well as career implications for scientists, engineers and business students, and focus on UC Berkeley's past and future leadership in nano-entrepreneurship - the process of turning nanoscience into nanobusiness.
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