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May 5th, 2004
Columbia Hosts 'Nano-Day in New York'
About 500 New York City high school students bucked the trend on one of the first beautiful Saturdays of spring: instead of spending time outdoors, they participated in a daylong symposium on the frontiers of nanoscience and nanotechnology. The recent event - dubbed "Nano-Day in New York" - was jointly hosted by the Columbia University Nanocenter and City College of New York, in collaboration with Barnard College and Rowan University and took place on the CCNY campus.
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