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May 17th, 2004
DU dean thinks big: Small tech is the key
A dean at the University of Denver is leading the charge to connect academia, government, industry and investors at a day-long event designed to produce a blueprint for the future of tiny technology in Colorado. Rahmet Shoureshi, dean of the School of Engineering and Computer Science at DU, is spearheading a Monday, May 24 nanotechnology/microtechnology summit at the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder.
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